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I'm proud to be featured on Deepak Chopra's new album & book: "Home - Where Everyone is Welcome." I perform the piano on the song "Infinity" inspired by Albert Einstein who moved to America from Germany when he was a teenager. Einstein did the extraordinary: He was a hard-working man who helped us see "beyond infinity," as his scientific discoveries illuminated how we must stretch to envision over and through our limitations and understandings. What's more, he has inspired legions of young scientists and artists with his creativity.

I came to America from Malaysia because I remarried and decided to have a fresh start for me and my three children. Before our journey to America, I met a wonderful, caring man unplanned at a train station in Kuala Lumpur. What an unbelievable place to meet; for we happened to be in the right place at the right time. More than 8,000 miles away from home, I put my trust in God as I was given the opportunity to start a new life and expand my piano career.

Immigrants are important to America because it creates diversity and unifies people of different cultures. Our country also allows us to learn, grow, and share experiences from each other. Additionally, America gives everyone of any ethnicity new beginnings and various education and career options. I’m proud to be an American because I have been given multiple opportunities to learn from other Americans and share my experiences to them. Also, I am proud because I have given my three children a great environment to be in and be educated in any career they would like to pursue.Here is a picture of me with my three children at the Magic Kingdom at Disney World

I'm delighted to be part of Home because I get to work with musicians who are immigrants and we are able to share our musical views and interpretation of our work. http://home-everyone-welcome.com/gallery/family-photos/ #hOMewelcomeI'm proud to be featured on Deepak Chopra's new album & book: "Home - Where Everyone is Welcome." I perform the piano on the song "Infinity" inspired by Albert Einstein who moved to America from Germany when he was a teenager. Einstein did the extraordinary: He was a hard-working man who helped us see "beyond infinity," as his scientific discoveries illuminated how we must stretch to envision over and through our limitations and understandings. What's more, he has inspired legions of young scientists and artists with his creativity.

I came to America from Malaysia because I remarried and decided to have a fresh start for me and my three children. Before our journey to America, I met a wonderful, caring man unplanned at a train station in Kuala Lumpur. What an unbelievable place to meet; for we happened to be in the right place at the right time. More than 8,000 miles away from home, I put my trust in God as I was given the opportunity to start a new life and expand my piano career.

Immigrants are important to America because it creates diversity and unifies people of different cultures. Our country also allows us to learn, grow, and share experiences from each other. Additionally, America gives everyone of any ethnicity new beginnings and various education and career options. I’m proud to be an American because I have been given multiple opportunities to learn from other Americans and share my experiences to them. Also, I am proud because I have given my three children a great environment to be in and be educated in any career they would like to pursue.Here is a picture of me with my three children at the Magic Kingdom at Disney World

I'm delighted to be part of Home because I get to work with musicians who are immigrants and we are able to share our musical views and interpretation of our work.