My name is Lydia. My parents gave me this name and hoped that I could be friendly and always in good manners. I was born in a sweet and great family. English is like my mother language, mainly because my parents do export business and it requires them to use English frequently. I am very close to my parents and my older sisters. I share my concern with them and do girl talks very often just like best friends do. Family to me is a safe harbor and place where I grow and learn.
I grew up as an independent and mature kid; I seldom do compromise when it comes to my ideal targets. My mother considers it is important to have a skill of my own so I learned how to use abacus while attending Chan-an elementary school. Using abacus enhanced my sensitivity of numbers and dramatically changed my performance on the major subjects in school and got rewarded all the time.
I learned discipline and to be reasonable with others during three years of Junior High school. Teachers taught me to do the right thing at the right time. They are not only teachers but also very important people of my life. Furthermore, I get along well with my classmates and we are just like siblings of a huge family.
I came a long way to find that English and business are what I am really interested in. Therefore, I attended National Taipei College of Business (later National Taipei University of Business) and majored in International Business.