In building this website, we have concentrated on two major purposes: 1) to archive Jengyee’s significant works and our fond memories of her, and 2) for applicants for either prize or awards to have a central place of information about her, which hopefully will help inspire how to create a better world.
The organization of contents is basically self-explanatory on scanning the sidebar. Suffice to request a visitor to read the paragraphs on the top page of “Remember Jengyee” to get a structure of the rich page with many subpages.
The slideshow below was taken during tree planting in her memory on Berkeley campus on April 27, 2009. The website logo at the upper left is the tree for Jengyee. The serene scene at the lower left is a picture taken by her from a park lake in her home town Huntington Beach, California.