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"Technology liberates styling and design to mimic clean lines that you see in contemporary furniture," Hwei explained.
Last night, Hwei Wi Hua told how he had to deliver the heartbreaking news to his grandson, Wei, that Xu Yu Hua and Liu Qin Ying would not be coming home.
But secretly Hwei Wi Hua, 65, knew there would be more trouble ahead for him and the orphaned boy - Hwei Wi Hua is now heavily in debt.
With an annual income of just one hundred dollars, the impossible task of repaying their debts will now lie around Hwei Wi Hua's neck like a hangman's noose until the day he dies.
With no pension and few possessions, Hwei Wi Hua has difficulty looking after his own needs, let alone those of a young boy who should be loved by his mother and a father.
Out of sheer desperation, Hwei Wi Hua has now begged the governments of China and Britain for help.
Despite the whirl of emotions flashing through Hwei Wi Hua's mind, he thought he had finally found solace when he heard that the bodies of the dead were to be brought back to China after almost nine months in a Lancaster morgue.
Hwei Wi Hua's family is one of several to report harsh treatment at the hands of the Chinese authorities.
(8) Many Taiwanese nuns have been influenced by this movement: Cheng Yen received Yinshun's sponsorship for her ordination, and Chao Hwei and Kuan Ch'ien were both students of Yinshun.
As Chao Hwei and others have said, Taiwan has a unique religious landscape wherein much of the populace has been accustomed to participating in an amalgam of Buddhist, Daoist, and popular religious God cults.
Even the feminist nun Chao Hwei concedes that a "gentle feminine nature" makes women ideally suited for monastic work.
(16) In comparison, Chao Hwei and Ching Hai have received scant scholarly attention in the English-speaking world, and Kuan Ch'ien is virtually unknown.
If Cheng Yen can be characterized as a soft-spoken nun who does not criticize government policies, Chao Hwei (1965-) stands as her alter ego.
Chao Hwei's strident political activism and open embrace of feminism have certainly caused a stir.
Finally, DeVido provides us with a spectrum of ideas about women as found in the works of Zhengyan to Chao Hwei, as well as in their critiques of each other.