I wanted to create a living self-portraits series about lung cancer patients and caregivers. These portraits are about our feelings, our journey, especially how we got to this point. I will interview the patients and the caregivers as if I am a brush in their hand. Today, I interviewed myself as the 1st living self-portrait of the series.https://lungcancer.net/living/self-portrait-series-christine/
My friend HaoPei (斐皓) is a Stage 4 lung cancer patient, 37 years old. This picture was taken by him when he traveled in rural China after his diagnosis.
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Wow, did not know that artistic side of you. Always think of you as a nerd. Hope to share with you, I once dreamed to be an actor. I did realize that dream when I was in graduate school. I took part in a stage play, “Buried Child”, during my first year of study. The director was a Taiwanese. It was a blast. Loved every moment of it, but I chose to become a mathematician in the end. HA.