I think being a leader is understanding when it’s
time to lead and when it’s time to step back and let other people lead, because you have to let people grow.
I love my food, I don’t need chemical fertilizers, which is very important [to me]…Watching the vegetables we planted grow[ing up] everyday, the prosperity makes me feel that I am not too old yet.
In a crowded city full of cars and
concrete, it’s so cool when someone can have a piece of nature in their backyard
and some self-sufficiency when it comes to their food. I like being a part of that.
[I] can both eat healthy green food and it also green the environment, making the surrounding living environment beautiful and healthy, and the air is fresh. I like to grow Chinese food: blue beans, mustard greens [and] garlic shallots.