And as for YOUR mean-spirited comment to this brilliant kid, you seem to have missed that Dinh will be attending Georgia Tech, studying engineering on full scholarship. Remember that one day when you're calling him boss.
I rarely take the time to acknowledge the ignorance of the comments on this site, but I can't ignore the ones above. This family came here to provide a better life for themselves and their children. They work hard, pay their bills and obviously are incredible role models for their children. For Dinh to go from no English language skills to graduating at the top of his class in 11 years speaks highly of not only his hard work, but also his family's. Can you imagine how difficult it is to move to another country? And God only knows how much teasing this kid had to endure over the years from people like you to begin with - although I suppose he'll have the last laugh, as the smart kids always do anyway. And how many second languages do each of YOU speak with any fluency? I can only imagine what his children will be able to achieve. How proud Dinh's parents must be to see all that they have been able to provide for their children.
Congratulations Dinh! Your awards are well-deserved, and I know you will continue to succeed in anything you do.
Great ocsar speech. I wasnt bashing these folks. It is an incredible thing. Hard work paid off. Why would you quote me though. I support them in many ways. Even finacially. This is what they say..LOL. They have a sign in there that says no check, cash only. Wonder why?
Susan tells you to pic a cula. What is wrong with that. Sure it is pretty funny how they talk. They try but its also funny when a yankee is here in GA and trys to talk how we do in the south. Its just funny.
So out of your long waste of time writing what did you get across to anyone that they dont know already?