Yu Shao

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Yu Shao known as Frank, was born on January 31, 1968 in Shanghai, China, the son to FenXing Zhang and YongLong Shao.

He graduated in 1990 from JiaoTong University Shanghai. Bachelors in Electrical Engineering, and specializing in microelectronics.

Having grown up in Shanghai, he has the fortune to pursuing his passions of computer science, self-taught the ability to code, and even turn his knowledge of programming into a successful career path. Since his graduation, he has devoted himself exploring his fascination with cutting-edge technologies across the globe. This journey took him from Shanghai to Vancouver, from small startups to well established companies, and eventually lead him to Microsoft in 2005, where he settled down, with his family, and eventually becoming a Senior Engineering Lead of the Lync Clients Team. Outside of work, he would work hours on end on phone applications and finishing circuit boards, earning himself multiple patents for his novel and DSC02300useful creations.

As a loving father, husband, and son, Frank was more than willing to dedicate his life to his family, eagerly planning movie nights whenever a new film airs. During winter, he would share, with his sons, his knowledge of skiing and snowboarding, and when summer came, he would drag them to the community pool. During school breaks, he would plan road trips to hike the wilderness and visiting the natural attractions with his family.

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Frank passed away in 2015 at Evergreen Hospital after fighting lung cancer for over 2 and half year, surrounded by his loving family. Even until his last moment, he refused to yield to this disease; truly a fighter till the very end.

30 Responses to “Yu Shao”

  • Ssuie Qi says:

    I am saddened to learn of the passing of Yu Shao and extend my sincere condolences to his family and friends. Yu Shao was very talented and a legendary figure of our school days. For those of us lucky to be his classmate of the Senior High School affiliated to Jiao Tong University,it has been an great honor. I wish Yu Shao walked well and send my prayers to Tong Tong, his sons, his parents, all those who loved him.

    Susie Qi, Friend and Classmate

  • Jun Li says:

    As his classmate of senior high school, I remembered that Yu Shao was a smart boy. He devoted himself to computer coding in which he was interested most. His unique coding talent helped him to win the prize in the first YiLiDa invention contest and he was interviewed by Shanghai TV journalist in our school.We were all proud of him.He was very friendly and got well along with his classmates. I was shocked that he passed away so early and I will keep his nice impression in my mind. We miss you forever!

  • Xiaoming Yu says:

    Shao Yu,

    Although I was your classmate in Jiaotong University, I didn’t know you very well. I probably hear you spoke you on Wechat these last few months more than in those school days. You strike me as a happy, intelligent, and many times humorous person. Little did I know that you were fighting with cancer at the time. It takes a lot courage to do what you have done!

    May you rest in peace.

    Xiaoming

  • Hui Chen says:

    Truly sorry to see you leave in such a hurry with a promising future lying ahead mate. Without slightest doubt you left a heavy impact to all those who you cared and loved. I don’t recall a single moment throughout entire college years that you looked lost, stressed or defeated, risking taking, optimism and resilience are your undisputable trademarks. It is absolutely an honor to have been classmate with you. Never stop chasing dreams, finish the journey strong!

  • He Bin says:

    何斌:
    一九八六年六月可能是正確的,家人带着我到交大入学报道。在校门口,递上了入学通知书。门卫一看,说到某某地方去找邵喻。我本能的认为邵喻一定是老师,初次见到邵喻,感到这个邵喻老师真的好年轻啊,还喊了一声邵老师。邵老师朝我狡黠的笑了笑,即不承认,也不否认,利落的帮我办好了手续。
    一个多月后,放假回家,和弟弟聊起我的交大同学,叫邵喻的,软件很厉害的。我弟弟睁大了眼,说这个邵喻怎么怎么厉害,他们学校的软件就是邵喻编写的。邵喻同学可能是我们那个年代,中学生科技致富全国第一人。
    邵喻是个性情中人,不屑于学位之类的。同学们都认可邵喻肯定是4系软件第一高手,怪才。零零年左右的时候,他先去了加拿大,我们还通了电话,他还担心他的学位影响他在美国找工作办绿卡。不到一个月,他就告诉我,他在微软公司找到了工作。佩服微软公司是真正的识才。

  • Dongyun Zhou says:

    大学毕业前,我印象里的邵喻,是在西健康路小学平房里做字幕机, 软硬件一起开发,白昼不分;是在和老板有分歧时永远的据理力争却能保持心平气和;是在普陀山旅馆里和老板娘斗智斗勇时的一丝狡猾。 分别十几年,居然在一个育儿网站上重新取得联系。他和家人一起参加网友聚会,带着孩子们在野外活动,让我看到了他新的一面,那就是一个充满爱心的爱家好男人。

    四月份得知他病重的消息,十分震惊。因为他在微信上和大家谈笑,丝毫没有生病的迹象。我给他发微信,说“请告诉我消息不是真的!” 当一个月后他恢复记忆, 回了我一句:“好呀,在治疗中” 当时就把我逗笑了。

    他说很奇怪自己并不感到害怕,说原本以为安排好了一切,但失去记忆的一个月很多事都乱了,所以在恢复以后要过一种更简单的生活。本来想有机会去西雅图看他,现在只留下永久的遗憾。

    邵喻,一路走好!

  • Mingmin Zhu says:

    邵瑜可是当时交大附中的名人(班主任是这么说的)。Still I remember we chat and play together, our class once proud of you – 全国中学生第一个出软件者, 交大第一届亿利达得奖者,数学物理竞赛的得奖者。Still I remember your wedding in Shanghai, remember our dinner together in Toronto two years ago, remember beautiful afternoon and evening with your family at Seattle last summer. You are such a genius, warm heart, family care person.
    May your heart and soul find peace and comfort.May God’s Grace strengthen you.

  • 沈文 says:

    卲喻是我交大附中的同学。毕业后可惜没有了多少联系,几乎没有见过面。记忆中他是个年轻英俊的小伙子,一双明亮的眼睛,一定是好多女儿心中的理想王子。–(我说的对不对?)
    人生有很多种活法。可以是平平淡淡的,也可以光彩耀目。我想大家都同意,卲喻的生命是绚丽璀璨的。我们都会永远记得他的。
    彤彤保重!

  • 蔡建明和张杰 says:

    很想让时间定格:
    对邵瑜的印象基本是在高中的三年中,高中的他,已是才华横溢,得奖频频。虽然交流不多,但总觉得他很乐观,好学。毕业,进入社会以后就很少碰面。后来听说去了加拿大,加入了微软,事业有成,二个乖巧懂事的儿子…今年五月惊闻他生重病,心中万般痛楚和惋惜。六月初和方琦去探望他,一开始我都不敢直视他,反倒是䂙瑜若无其事滔滔不绝,时而伴随着几声咳嗽。虽然平时需要拐杖,但我们拍照时他把拐杖悄悄藏到了身后。短暂的探访,邵瑜总是那样从容乐观,处处能体会到他对生活的执着,对家人的体贴。没有一句叹息。临走时,强忍着泪水给了他一个拥抱,希望有奇迹!他走了,明天的吊唁没能去,唯有请上苍带去我们的祝福,邵瑜,一路走好!

  • Yujie Jiang says:

    聪明这个词已经无法形容我的高中同学邵瑜,他是天才少年,一个神级的存在,功课特别好,还是物理课代表。当我们还在课本上挣扎时,他已经用课余的兴趣爱好赢得了第一届亿利达少年科技奖,好像是一个小小的改进让一个软件的运行速度提高了许多,多年以后自己也做了这一行才明白程序的performance improvement有多么的不容易。邵瑜同学后来成了我们宿舍的女婿,感到好荣幸,与天才的距离又拉近了。两年前他来出差,我们几个同学聚在一起,席间他侃侃而谈各种人才招聘子女教育理财计划,非常亲切,原来天才也可以这么接地气。那时他应该已经诊断出病情了,可一点没让我们感觉出来,只把阳光乐观的一面展现给我们。即使在最后的时刻,我们看到的都是坚强和不屈,没有一丝的悲观和气馁。
    无法挽留天才的脚步,只曾有幸与其同行。邵瑜,一路走好!

  • sherrie says:

    我亲爱的老公邵瑜于2015年8月17日带着对家人的无限眷恋和不舍离开了我们,到了没有病痛的天堂。
    我和他相识30年,结璃21年。在他因为可恶的癌症而被迫缩短的生命里,我们彼此陪伴,相护相持一路走来,在异乡他国安家落户。
    邵瑜一直是个聪明,坚强,对电脑程序有着异常热情的人。学生时代他就对数理化有超强的理解学习能力,并在上海市的多项比赛中取得非常优异的成绩。当计算机刚刚进入中国, 他有机会接触, 并表现出其在这方面的热情和天赋。在他17岁出版了中国第一个汉字软件系统,并因此成为青少年伊利达青少年发明奖历史中第一个因软件而获奖的青少年。他是幸运的,因为他的爱好恰好成为了他的职业。对于程序的爱好和执着带着他一路从中国漂洋过海来到美国。
    尽管背井离乡,但是他更喜欢这里的生活和工作环境。 他喜欢带着我们夏天露营,冬天滑雪。我们曾经的愿望是走遍全世界, 看遍各地的风景。 他是那样热爱生活, 就是在生病期间, 只要条件允许每个周末,他就带着我们去爬山。
    邵瑜爱父母、爱孩子。他是家中的独子。我们出国后, 把父母都接了出来。因为语言习惯,很多事情都要他安排,他总是能考虑周全。在他的最后十几天里,他已经没法讲话,不停的镇定剂也让他大部分时间没有清醒的意识, 但是只要他清醒, 他就要求在白板上写。除了对他自己治疗方案的了解, 就是对父母安排,对孩子将来的担心。

    我们两个的个性相当不同,他是比较内向的, 敏于思纳于言,而我是比较外向,粗心的一个人。像很多寻常夫妻, 我们也有很多时候对不同事情有不同的观点, 起过或大或小的争执。但是这些都不影响他是我人生中最好的朋友和伴侣,不影响他成为我的最大依靠和支柱。他刚刚生病时, 我真的觉得天要塌下来了。 他在住院失忆期间, 我的生活变得一团糟。他一清醒, 生活好像就恢复正常。在他患病的日子里,他以他的方式爱护着我,独自承受,不说辛苦。他知道只要他在,我就心安,所以他坚持。我深深地感谢他。在治疗中伊始,他自己就有着极深的参与,找医生、找药、找方案,没有一刻停止过努力。尽管在与癌症拼搏的战斗中,咱俩打了败仗,没能战胜可恶癌妖,但在整个战斗的过程中,他是勇者、是强者!在邵瑜生命的最后两周里, 他因为呼吸急促,医生认为是肺炎而住进重症病房。因为没法做穿刺, 医生给他用了所有可以用的所有抗生素,每天手上时时有至少三个吊针,到后来手都肿了, 每次抽血都变成一件相当困难的事,但是他每次都表示不要紧。 他带着氧气面罩没法吃东西, 但他还是努力跟医生争取利用每次几分钟脱下面罩的机会能喝点流质。 到最后他已没法吞咽了, 他还问我们怎么可以咽下去。他的 坚强的意志力让我,让周围的医生和护士都非常的佩服。到最后,当医生都放弃了, 他在这个世上留给我的最后一句还是“我们再试试”。
    尽管不太喜欢表现,但他有其独特的幽默感, 记得四月份, 他放疗失忆期间, 有一次医生叫他抬起你的右手, 他举了左手, 医生就直指右手问他, 那那个是啥(右手),他回答“第二只手”,又有一次医生让他从1到5用中文数数,他用英文回答“一,中文, 二,中文。。。”让我不禁在泪中笑了。 最终那次他创造了奇迹。
    亲爱的老公,你知道我是多么不想放开你的手, 多么不舍得放开你的手。 但是我知道你尽了最大的努力,你累了, 要休息了。 老公放心吧, 从今往后的春夏秋冬里不再有你,但我们会在每个季节里想你; 东南西北也不再有你,可我们会在每一处的风景里想你; 此生不再有你,那怕你到天涯海角我们的心还是与你在一起。我亲爱的 爱人愿你在天堂健康、快乐、幸福!

    老公,每个人都爱你,我们以你为荣。
    邵瑜生于1968年1月31日,逝于2015年8月17日,享年47岁。我一生挚爱的老公,爱你,无论是在人世还是天堂!

  • 胡珍 says:

    邵瑜:当毕业近25年,你用一句May the force be with you 作为我入大学群的欢迎词时,就只能用天才两字来惊叹你的洞察力与思维力了。今天一看留言本更感叹咱们共同的学历了:高中三年、大学四年同学。原来高中那些全国顶级奖都是你的。高中的卓越,大学的传奇,创业的无畏,足以让大家为你的智慧和勇气喝彩!看到你在朋友圈晒的和孩子互动的慈爱老爸照片和生活小趣事,一点没觉察出你有什么心事,直到8月18日一早看到的大学群微信才觉得与你错过了交谈错过了此生相见。你把最好的自己留给了这个世界,相信当你乘愿再来时会让这个世界更美好!

  • Lilianfa says:

    高中时期的邵瑜与众不同。我见过一些天才少年。邵瑜是比较正的那种,比较开朗,比较喜欢与人沟通的一种,是有问必答的那种,而且是那种不让我们这些凡人感到自己是凡人的那种。也许是家庭文化的影响,他身上有一种上海老一代知识分子的气质。在他那里,西方文化与东方文化非常好的结合在一起。面对疾病的态度,是不示弱的那种,也是他个性中最原始的基因,使得他那么与众不同。作为认识他30多年的高中同学,似乎深入交流的机会很少。但敢于在生活最困难的时候,与命运抗争的人,这使我想到少数的人,比如贝多芬。与他同行,虽然交集很少,但幸运的是,他将会始终与我们这个班级在一起,使得未来的生活变得更有活力、更有光彩。

  • 徐涛 says:

    同学几载,聚少离多。倒是到了国外以后在微信上频频互动,透过微信能够感受到你诙谐的言语和开朗的性格。
    本来这次休假期望能够到西雅图看望你,给你加油打气,可是因故把行程改变了。
    真的没有想到这下就变成了永别。
    邵瑜,一路走好!!

  • 王晖东 says:

    邵瑜,你是我高中时代最敬佩的同学,你就是一学神!天妒英才,这么突然地就离开我们!
    一路走好!

  • 孙峰 says:

    忆与208室友邵瑜二三事
    一九八三年的夏末秋初,迎来交大附中83届新生入学。我和邵瑜被分在同一寝室,即北院208室,同室一起的有八名同学,挤在一个不大的房间里。四个加层木架子床加一个靠窗的写字台将宿舍挤的满满,没多少空隙。
    那个初秋和以往一样,仍然是秋老虎逞威,当我将行李搬入宿舍时已经是满头大汗。第一眼看到邵瑜同学时,他穿着浅蓝T裇,白皙的肤色和一张斯文的笑脸,显得温文尔雅,微卷的头发柔顺的批在前额,好可爱的一个少年男生,相信是许多女生心中的白马王子,连我这个男生对他也心生好感!从接下来的谈吐中很快显露出他的知识分子家庭背景,满身的书卷气,且大脑反应奇快,但说话稍有一点愣嘴。
    由于刚开学,学业相对还不是很紧张,每到中午12点休息时,就看到他拿出书本和收音机收听法语初级广播讲座。受他的影响我也很快去南京东路书店购买了教材,两人一起从“阿,被,才,代,唉,爱抚,改……”字母学起,坚持将一册书籍学习完。两人一起探讨发音,语法,享受第二外语学习带给我们的快乐!
    深秋时节到来了,树叶被染成一片金黄,咕咕,蟋蟀们的叫声引来了好奇心强烈的邵瑜的关注。交大附中当时地处市郊界,周围还有很多荒地,农田,来自市区的邵瑜较之于来自青浦的我对郊外小动物怀有更多的好奇心。于是两人会去犄角旮旯里扒土翻砖,寻找那些蟋蟀。“二妹子”(两根尾巴的蟋蟀)是很有战斗力的,叫声又清脆,我俩就专找这类蟋蟀,弄回寝室放到纸盒里,用蟋蟀草逗两只“二妹子”开战,,那蟋蟀嗷嗷乱叫的战斗场面引来寝室同学一起来观摩战斗,那时候邵瑜的笑牙张得比“二妹子”还开……

  • 金世波 says:

    邵瑜,是我珍贵的朋友。

    在大学以及后来几年,我们曾一起工作,一起把一个一个古怪的想法变成现实。当时的电脑设备都很贵,我们曾经设计过一个电路,利用Apple II的磁带接口,实现了星形网络,8台无盘电脑能够共享的磁盘和远程启动。那时没有网络,技术资料很难获得。邵瑜就提议去上海图书馆,那以后就常常在管理员推来的一车车资料中漫游。没有钱复印,常常需要抄写大量的内容…

    在我心中,邵瑜是一个不知道什么叫困难的人,他对美好事物的热情,可以融化任何阻碍;邵瑜是一个永远乐观的人,他给周围的人带来的永远是快乐;邵瑜是一个充满友爱的人,好像天生欠人家一样,孜孜不倦地关心和照顾着所有与他相关的人。失去这样的朋友,愈加令我悲痛,无法接受。

    多少艰难,我们一起经历,多少欢乐,我们共同拥有。

    安息吧,我的朋友!曾经和你在一起,是我珍贵的财富,我会永远珍藏。

  • 张超 says:

    得知邵瑜英年早逝我心中极其悲痛。他三十年前的音容笑貌还在眼前。他是我交大附中高中同学和挚友,后一起升入交大。他和我同获物理奖,但他基本不碰物理,是真正的天才。邵瑜在中国大学生都没听说过什么是软件的时候已经有了自己的软件产品和软件公司。它有和 Bill Gates极其相似的早期经历,他完全有可能成为中国的Gates。他远远领先他所处的那个时代。这却成为他难以克服的障碍,十分可惜。邵瑜曾经有过一段轰轰烈烈的传奇。我会记得这个传奇记得这段友谊。愿邵瑜在天堂里安息。

  • Zhangrui says:

    仿佛一切如昨天。
    今天和妈妈吃饭突然问她,你记得我高中同学邵瑜吗?记得,满清爽的男小孩,他不是和彤彤结婚了,你生病时他们回国来看过你,啊走了,太可惜了!我妈妈都记忆清晰,况乎我呢。
    记得大学时,我经常从徐汇校区去法华校区你们那犄角旮旯的实验室,满地的线啊仪器啊,找个干净地方坐也很困难。你有时会滔滔不绝地说你的项目,有什么用途。你说了啥?狂热的计算机呗!
    我们其实没有共同话题,要有也是你的彤彤,我的室友和朋友。你曾说彤彤是为了你才去移民加拿大的,彤彤要出国了,要赶紧装修新房,要让彤彤在新房子里住上一个月再出国。满满的相知相爱! 我们不常联系,但再次见面没有丝毫违和感。就像家人,一旦失去,心会很痛。 早晚有一天,老态龙钟或许老年痴呆的我会去天国看你,你又赢在了起跑线。你比我们都年轻啊!

  • Zhangbei says:

    虽然知道邵瑜在二年前已经在和疾病做斗争,得知他病情慢慢稳定,一直想着,上帝也许能给邵瑜一个机会。最后一次和他通话,他还问圣诞节是否会过来滑雪,我们还计划去西雅图看他,但是……
    我们移民初到加拿大时,邵瑜就帮了我们很多,因刚到一个新的环境,有很多国外的政策我们并不是很了解,他都会全心全意出谋划策。
    邵瑜是一个非常乐于助人的好朋友,记得有一年冬天夜晚,因为车子抛锚,而车行无法来拖车,我们无法只能请邵瑜帮忙,他二话没说,帮我们拖车到修车店,并送我们回家,第二天上班前,一早又接我们去车行。
    邵瑜非常热爱运动,也非常聪明。刚带我们去滑雪时,我们都认为他已经学了很多年,因为他象教练一样告诉我们怎么滑雪,怎么样避免危险等。但事后我们才知道,他竟然仔细阅读了滑雪技能指导,就已经直接去黑道了,因为他说,如果没有坡度,人就有依赖心,永远学不好滑雪。但是要避免危险就要掌握技巧,非常可爱的人哦!

    邵瑜是一个非常有责任心的人,我们一直很佩服他除了把他和sherry,二个儿子的小家庭照顾的很好,他还把双方的父母都接到了加拿大和美国,并合理的安排他们的生活。让老人能时刻享受家庭的快乐!

    邵瑜博学多识,专注自己喜欢的学术,当和他讨论关于工作方面的事时,他两眼放光,他曾说如果不写代码,他都不知道该做啥。但事实是他在微软,能很好地指导他的团队,把一些虚的事情做实,并结合他的技术团队一起,去攻克一些当时觉得不可能解决的问题。真心佩服他啊!

    亲爱的好友,在天堂,你还会遇到更多的朋友,在不同的世界,我们依旧能感受曾经有过的关心、支持、鼓励和理解,一辈子朋友的承诺,依旧延续着,绵绵无期。
    邵瑜,一路走好!

  • 何斌 says:

    大概是八六年六月份吧,家人带着我到交大入学报道。在校门口,递上了入学通知书。门卫一看,说到某某地方去找邵喻。我本能的认为邵喻一定是老师,初次见到邵喻,感到这个邵喻老师真的好年轻啊,还喊了一声邵老师。
    一个多月后,放假回家,和弟弟聊起我的交大同学,叫邵喻的,软件很厉害的。我弟弟睁大了眼,说这个邵喻怎么怎么厉害,他们学校的软件就是邵喻编写的。邵喻同学可能是我们那个年代,中学生科技致富全国第一人。
    邵喻是个性情中人,不屑于学位之类的。同学们都认可邵喻肯定是4系软件第一高手,怪才。零零年左右的时候,他先去了加拿大,我们还通了电话,他还担心他的学位影响他在美国找工作办绿卡。不到一个月,他就告诉我,他在微软公司找到了工作。佩服微软公司是真正的识才。

  • 钱俊 says:

    我和邵瑜同学两年接触也不多。我比不少同学小两岁。完全是糊里糊涂的读大学。而邵瑜是先行者。共同语言不多。两件事记忆尤新。试点班开学第一天我骑自行车来到学生宿舍搭蚊帐。我从来没有住校过所以很慢。再看隔壁好家伙一个漂亮的小姑娘也在搭蚊帐。我想大家能猜到这个故事和邵瑜的关系吧。
    第二个故事比较搞笑。二年级我和邵瑜选择了微电子专业。同班同学的宿舍已满所以我们俩被分配到三年级宿舍。我上铺他下铺。二年级开始我大部分时间回家睡觉。只有考试前住校。那年寒假考试前我晚上住校。因为平时不住所以只有一条被子。晚上冻醒了睡不着。突然发现下铺没人。我就起来把邵瑜的被子拽了上来盖在我的被子上。好不容易睡着。半夜突然惊醒觉得有人从蚊帐外摸进来一下子把被子拉走了。然后下铺动了好一阵才安静下来。我不记得后来睡着没有。肯定很冷啦。我记得那时候大家都说邵瑜很放荡。现在觉得他真的很前卫。如果他大学在美国或者晚几年在国内很可能是另外一个样子啊!

  • 龚军 says:

    记得上大学时邵瑜似乎很少住校所以和他接触不多,但有限的交往中也觉得他是很有趣味有思想的。记得一年级快到元旦的时候同学们喜欢给高中朋友发贺年明信片。一次在教室自修的时候邵瑜过来坐在旁边位置上,放下一堆明信片开始填写,于是两人聊起天来。他给我看他的明信片其中有很多张是印着一个打过来的拳头的空白明信片。 他洋洋得意的说买好了以后几年的明信片计划每逢过节都送朋友一个拳头。不知道他的计划后来是否真的实现了没有,但至今我还记得他的笑容。还有次不知啥时候我们聊天,他感慨说刀是人类最伟大的发明,然后就列了一堆理由。感觉他思维是又快又细。大一寒假时,他带了个电脑在学校宿舍里搞开发。那时候电脑很稀罕。我和几个返校同学好奇的过去玩,他打开电脑给我们看他开发的化学实验游戏,又教我们玩警察抓小偷的游戏,教我们如何在地上打洞再打洞把警察埋掉的技巧,我们玩了一晚上开心游戏。我们开始学习Fortran课程要上机编程序,一个很简单的十几行程序一个屏幕还不满,编译一下得到的出错信息却是好几个屏幕才能显示完。由于很多人都从来没有接触过计算机,英语词汇也不足,对于满屏的专业术语和生词真是发呆。而这对于计算机编程高手邵瑜来说太小菜了他的程序很快通过后,余下的时间就成了救火队员忙着帮同学们改错。 我和他虽接触不多,但也知道他是个友善热心聪明的好同学。回忆起这些点滴只觉得满心温暖。没想到他会这么早离开,如有来世希望和他再做同学。

  • 洪小华 says:

    邵瑜在试点班和我一个宿舍,他中学我记忆中是交大附中。获得过上海市计算机竞赛和化学竞赛第一名。高中时改过博士生的程序。大学时可能觉得课程比较简单,还有应该有在外面兼职,课没什么上。数学分析我们是命都学没了半条,考试前二周,他的书还是新的。机械制图我们画半天,他很快就画好。邵瑜是我近距离知道世上真有天才。但他性格温和,没印象有跟谁红过脸。邵瑜长相英俊,眼睛比较大,十分灵动,比较喜欢讲上海话。那时是提旧时公文包,总放些磁盘和那时窄行的打印纸。教科书经常放在床边。如果我没记错话,考前两周才是他认真快速翻看教科书的时间。谨以片段的记忆致敬我们的天才。邵瑜,一路走好!

  • 薛春 says:

    我和他5年同学,高中3年大学2年,6月份我去西雅图看过他一次,现已永别!哀乎!在我眼里,他是一位天才。印象最深的都是他在学生时期天才般的作品:1、Apple电脑的STC汉字操作系统,我在高中的计算机兴趣班学的就是他的软件。2、电视台的字幕机系统。在大学时代为电视台做工程已有能力买机票出差也让真我羡慕嫉妒恨。3、我还在一个暑期勤工俭学为他打了一段时间的工,他好像是我最早的老板了。期间我们一起玩电子游戏,邵瑜直接修改程序二进制级源代码,让我们玩家的命增加很多条,也让我叹为观止。也许天妒英才,让邵同学过早地离开我们,我们会永远怀念他,我们也会珍惜现在,珍惜每一位有缘人,认真过好每一天。

  • sherrie says:

    from George:
    Oct/22/2015
    My First Hike on Rattlesnake
    – In memory to my dear dad
    I believe determination is the key to success. Without it, I never would have made it on top of Rattlesnake Ledge the first time my family hiked on the peak.
    Rattlesnake is my family favorite weekend hiking place. I still have a vivid image in my mind of our first trip to Rattlesnake. That was about three years ago. My dad took us to hike some local trails for a couple of weeks, and decided to take us on a hike on Rattlesnake. It was a bit exciting, since this is first time I would hike 2.4 miles with an elevation of thousands.
    I skipped and bounced up the mountain, and started my journey to the top. I thought that I could escalate the mountain easily. I rushed up around one turn, skipped past another, and rounded around one more. I was prepared to reach the top at any moment. My dad, on the other hand, seemed like he was not in a good condition. His face turned a pale-like hue, and he walked slower than he would have. “Come on, Dad!” I called. My dad wiped his face with a towel and nodded his head.
    After about a mile, I slowed down my pace. Everything was so dull, so repetitive. I saw people sitting at the rocks around me, heavily panting. As I continued, my legs dragged and gradually I slowed to a crawl. I constantly had to stop for breaks, and clung to tree-branches for support, and my every muscle ached from exhaustion. Turns seemed never-ending, I questioned myself “Is it worth it?” When I saw other kids turn around and started heading back down, I really wanted to quit. “Dad, should we head back too?” My dad did not respond to me right away. Instead, he took a deep breath and said “There is nice view up there, we can make it!” I still hesitated, my legs felt like lead. My dad reached out to hold my hand: “Let us go together.” So we continued on the trail. There were a couple of sharp turns, I slid a couple of times. Sometimes, my dad saved me, sometimes I had fallen and he encouraged me to stand up. We kept on walking, we reached to a point in the mountain where a sign said: “Rattlesnake Peak, 0.1 miles”.
    Excitement washed through me like a coursing river. I bolted up the last tenth of a mile, whereas we were upon the top. The sight that met us is one we I would never forget, for all around us were things of beauty. The wind’s breeze whistled in the tree branches, and the world was spread out like a canvas. The top of mountain was crafted of stone, and the lake beneath us glistened like an emerald. Mountains towered behind us, but in this height, I looked down on them. A sense of accomplishment welled in my chest. My dad sat beside me, still trying to regulate his breath and smiled “Persevering is the key to success, don’t you like the view?”
    With nature’s work of art soothing me, I felt all the pain melting away. My mind came to realize that no matter how many times I fall, with determination, I can get back up on my feet and continue to strive toward my goal. I knew in my life, like this hike, I would meet a lot of obstacles and encounters, but I believe I could make it through with the power of determination.

  • sherrie says:

    Yu, can not believe that it was three months already. It seems very long, yet very short. You left this world, left us for almost 100days now. If you ever could hear and see, can you see my tears and hear my cry?
    Even I tried to act normal, and for most part, I did normal, I know it was not the case. Every corner I turned, I will remember you.
    George is writing an essay about a book. He is writing about “three days to see”, I can not help thinking if I have three days, I would want to see you again, but I know three days definitely would not enough. At some moment, I kept on thinking the last couple days you had, the time you said you did not want to give up… how I wish I could do differently, so the result could come differently. I do not want to blame the life, but life just is so unfair to us.
    I thought I could be clam down a bit, but not. I just want to say, I really really miss you, dear.

  • sherrie says:

    It almost have been a year, I finally find a place for you to rest. It is seems just yesterday, yet a long time. So many things happened, in the meantime, still feel you are around.
    Pain could hit any moment at any corner.
    We just had 30yrs reunion, I know you want to go, want to meet them. So I went. I laught but cried at night. how I wish you will be there.
    Without you, home is no longer a home, I barely cook, I barely sit around table.
    I do not know what head of me.
    I make quite good this year, keeping myself busy, but feel so empty.

  • sherrie says:

    time flies, so many to say, so little time. Still every corner I turned around, you will come up in mind. I just try not to think too much, so I wont be in a deepest sallow depressed. Last week, yifan graduated from UW, you were not there for him. When I walked in that studio, almost can not hold my tears, I can not not recall when he graduated from highschool when you still with us. Today is father’s day, but my kids don’t have father anymore. ZongZong and Yeqin went to Europe for vacation, travelling around the world also is my dream, but who I go with? I even can not image when I am getting old, how I live with my life. My mom and dad kept on telling me do not put myself too hard, but they can not image if I just stay at home, what I can do without just thinking being left alone in this world. When I was 18, I made a wish to be with you, is that true wrong? I tried so hard, why my life still is full of pain? I cant help to think that last time when I sent you to hospital, you said that you were compensate me for being so demand. Leaving us is your answer? I know it is not fair to you, you tried so hard and even at the last minutes, you still were, but it is not fair to me too. Widow is not just a word, it is me.

  • sherrie chen says:

    Four years passed, four years ago tomorrow, you left us. Sometime I just can not believe that is four years now we live without you. World change a lot, things change a lot, but somehow I felt I am left alone outside the world… I don’t know how others can overcome this deep sorrow, all I can do is to keep me busy and no time to think anything. But again, any spare moments, you were shown up in my mind, I want a good cry, but tear can not wash away my pain..tell me what I can do to make myself live again.. my parents sometimes asked me not to work so hard, they thought it was for money, they can not understand I do not have life anymore.. I just need something to occupy my time.. miss you so much, you were in my bone, my heart…

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