One of the major arguments against human evolution back in the earlier part of the 20th century was that if evolution was in fact true, human beings would evolve into a higher form of being, such as angels. Well my friends, angels do exist. Whereas the average person is focused on getting rich, angels are more concerned with the greater good. They’ve evolved into a higher state of consciousness. They would rather do for other people than have others do for them. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the next step in human evolution. I give you Ding-Wen Hsu.
Ding-Wen was born and raised in Taiwan. She and her husband, Tai-Dan moved to the United States when her husband was accepted to study at the University of Iowa for his PhD in Hydrology. Being that this married couple had lived their entire lives in the homogenous country of Taiwan, they were shocked by all of the different cultures and peoples at the University.
“The University of Iowa has a world renowned Hydrology program. People from all around the world interested in the subject flock to this school. We were exposed to so many different cultures. And since this was a place of higher learning, everyone was able to share their culture in a very pure and natural way.”
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