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Meet Alia

My father, a normal businessman, is famous for his stubbornness. His inborn stubbornness impresses those who understand him as well as elicits anger from those who don't at all. He seldom agrees that the thinking way is an intolerable shortcoming to others when he talks about personality. Making a deal with an unfamiliar newcomer whom he instinctively trusts in business, insisting on driving in an extremely wrong direction but never admitting his getting lost, he always makes the decision on his own. Thus, my mother, the last one who hopefully advises him in the world, announces that he will not change until he dies. However, while many people criticize my father's character, I, to be his lovely daughter, will stay with him, saying such kind of people as my father can deal with lots of difficulties which may cause other people to give up. Mending my cherished radio within one week because saving ¡§unnecessary¡¨ expenditure is one aspect of his lifestyle, inventing a more efficient and convenient machine to enlarge production without bothering to obtain a formal engineering license, and investing now and then all of what he has earned in the children for he believes that the best children derive from the best education, my stubborn father always does things that cannot convince people easily. In short, there is nothing wrong that he will always be respectable and detestable as well.

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Last updated: October 24, 2002