My colleagues presented a Chinese caligraphy to me as a farewell gift. It contains 1 large character, Liang. It contains a line of 8 characters using my Chinese name.
Here is the explanation:
Liang means bright, light, enlightened, open and clear.
The 8 characters is translated to:
You are admired for your contribution towards the cooperative movement, policyholders and the country at large. You are honest, upright and fair minded. You are a person of integrity, someone who is fair.
I am very touched by these words from my colleagues.
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