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Welcome to the personal website for Frank Lee. Besides being my friend at Facebook, checking out my video at Youtube, tracking my updates at Twitter, and learning about my work and profession at franknlee.com, you will follow my blogs and multimedia here with themes dedicated to family, travel, and faith.


July 4th at Busch
drfranknl : July 4, 2014 11:14 pm : Baseball, Blog, Family

After watching a nail-biter game in which Cards beat visiting Marlins with a double-play pitch, we enjoyed a spectacular firework and music show at Busch Stadium.

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Big Snow Day
drfranknl : December 14, 2013 5:22 pm : Blog, Family

A winter storm swept through the area early in the morning and blanketed the area with 3-4 inches of snow. After shoveling the wet snow in the driveway, I took some pictures of the nature. »



Story: Helping One Another
drfranknl : August 30, 2013 4:46 am : Blog, Frank, Travel

In the fleeting moments while traveling for work, there are those that touched your heart and left a sweet memory. Here is one such story. »



Jona’s Wish
drfranknl : August 24, 2013 2:23 pm : Blog, Elaine, Frank, Jonathan

A dialogue on wishes, carried between parents and the 9-year-old Jonathan, during rides to and from sports practice: »



Asian Parties: A Few Words Before College
drfranknl : August 17, 2013 3:09 pm : Blog, College-bound, Tiffany

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Elaine, Frank and Jonathan with Tiffany at her high-school graduation

An article was posted on ThoughCatalog.com by a college-bound girl reflecting on the Chinese-American culture and her upbringing. In many ways she was critical of the value system impressed upon her by her parents and their cultural circles – high academic expectation, peer competition, parental guidance, even the “superfical” nicety of Asian parties  …  As the parent of a girl heading to the same school (by the way, I look forward to bumping into her family next week in Harvard Yard), I’d like to share a couple words, which may also serve as parting thoughts for Tiffany.

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Jonathan Rookie Baseball Record
drfranknl : August 12, 2013 4:34 am : Baseball, Blog, Jonathan

Jonathan played for Missour Chargers 8U team last season (March-July). This was his first full season on a drafted team (somewhat formal vs YMCA) and he showed the love and early talent for the game. He played all in-field positions, out-fielder and catcher, etc »



Seeker Class 2013 Fall Promo Video
drfranknl : August 11, 2013 2:58 am : Adult Sunday School, Blog

As a returned coworker for SLCCC Chinese Sunday School, I will lead Seeker Class from September to November. To promote interest and attendance for the class, I have been working on this previrew video for the past month and completed it earlier in the week. Here is the video and enjoy! »



Chargers Double Header – Play by Play
drfranknl : July 6, 2013 4:36 am : Baseball, Blog, Jonathan

Jonathan’s Chargers plays its last regular-season tournament this evening with a double header in a ball park in Ballwin. »



Dad Becomes My Brother
drfranknl : June 24, 2013 5:01 am : Blog, SLCCC, Su
My dad has possibly the shortest name in the world, only four letters in English, Su Li; but it took him a long journey to seek and find God. It is a journey of 60-year long. Today, Dad made a testimony that touched the heart of many, including his two sons and their families in »



How to Raise a Harvard Kid?
drfranknl : June 24, 2013 4:11 am : Blog, College-bound, Tiffany
Our friends have been quizzing us lately on topics of education — how to raise a child who goes to Harvard? Elaine and I finally stumbled onto one plausible answer tonight as we dug through photo collection and memory lanes.   The unofficial answer: bring your kids to Harvard, setting them still in front of »



A Close Game for Jonathan
drfranknl : June 23, 2013 10:34 pm : Baseball, Blog, Jonathan
Jonathan’s Baseball team Chargers played a tight game today against a tough opponent who refused to gave up. Before the last inning, Chargers built up a 6 run lead and they would need all those margin to hold on to a narrow win of 16 to 15 at the Kirkwood Baseball park around 8pm. Grandma »



Tiffany Featured in South County Times
drfranknl : June 8, 2013 4:28 am : Blog, College-bound, Tiffany, UNICEF

Tiffany was featured in an article by South County Times »



Tiffany Graduation
drfranknl : May 28, 2013 12:38 pm : Blog, Lindbergh, Tiffany
Tiffany graduation ceremony on May 28 2013 at SLU Arena



First Win for Chargers, and a Championship
drfranknl : May 20, 2013 2:44 am : Baseball, Blog, Jonathan
Jonathan’s baseball team Missouri Chargers U8 competed in the ABSA (Antonia Baseball and Softball Association) “Battle in the Bullpen” Atom 1 Division tournament from May 18th to 19th in a baseball field near Imperial Missouri, about 20 mile south of St. Louis. Chargers entered the weekend competition as a winless team but emerged Sunday as »



Tiffany Named U.S. Presidential Scholar
drfranknl : May 6, 2013 10:22 am : Blog, College-bound, Tiffany
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today announced the 49th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 141 high school seniors for their accomplishments in academics or the arts. Tiffany is among the two finalists representing Missouri. The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars, appointed by President Obama, selects honored scholars annually based on their academic »


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