Susan was born in Shenyang, China, but immigrated to America for better opportunities and freedom. He is an executive movie producer for “The Comeback Trail”, starring three Oscar-winning actors, Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones and Morgan Freeman. He is also a doctor, with a PhD, and is currently an anesthesiologist in New York City. Readers will be fascinated to know their unique path and rise to become a true industry insider working alongside the biggest names in show business and the most dedicated doctors who save lives. It all started with a traumatic childhood. Susan recalls fond memories of her childhood in China that became the trigger for her desire for change. “During a terribly turbulent time in China’s history, my father’s political views did not agree with the government at the time. He was wrongly accused. He was forced to step down as a result of his protests, then They were punished for the anti-Cultural Revolution scene. There was a painful, yet harsh scene in my life when my father was humiliated and tortured in front of us. After these events, my entire family was moved to a remote, far away from the big city. K.’s farm. Get re-educated by the farmers,” Suzanne recalled.
Susan began to feel lonely as a child and to be treated differently by others, even being labeled as the “bad child”. “Although I studied well and always topped my class, I was never awarded prizes when other students were receiving theirs,” she recalled.
What kept him happy and inspired was his passion for art. “My passion for art was huge, and even at a young age, I was very competitive by nature and my dream was to become an artist,” she said.
Suzanne remembers her mother telling her about her dream. “She took my hand and said that it would be too risky to be an artist in China, that I was a gifted child and that I shouldn’t waste your education or ability. She wanted me to be a doctor like myself, so that May I always take care of myself and the needs of others. I looked into my mother’s eyes and realized that it would be my mother’s decision for me for the rest of my life.” At the age of 16, Susan was accepted into the China Medical University and later graduated with a medical degree. However, u never forgot your dream. She was drawn to America and the desire for independence. “Freedom has always been a strong desire that inspired me to escape the Cultural Revolution in China, especially during and after my 10 years of turbulent life,” she said. After graduating from China Medical University, he was accepted into the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 1988, she moved to America. Even though she initially struggled with her English, within three and a half years, she earned her PhD. “I challenged myself once again by working hard and within 2 years I was able to pass the licensing exam, and moved to New York City to begin my residency. I began my studies at NYU Medical Center, And this experience involved the first time I felt discriminated against because of my race and gender,” she recalls. “I was well-mannered and calm, completely submissive, and never expected to say anything or ask questions. Once again, I felt similar to my childhood and flashbacks back to the farm and was punished Like I was in China.” Despite those negative feelings, Susan did not despair. She kept on going. “I always knew I was a survivor. To this day, that year of training has taught me a lot in my life and has helped me grow into the professional person I am today,” she said. “I am grateful for the hardships I went through, because they made me stronger, and enabled me to persevere. Eventually, I grew into an influential person and a great anesthesiologist. Being involved in films,” explains Suzanne. He gets a lot of joy from “The Comeback Trail” which will hit the theaters this summer after a long set due to covid. More to come on her new brands!
We asked Suzanne for 5 beauty tips.
- Mental stability is very important, Dr. Yu says, beauty isn’t skin deep, you need to smile and be loved!
- Get plenty of sleep, at least 7 or 8 hours a night.
- Intermittent fasting, eat more fruits and green vegetables, protein and fat are important and fewer carbohydrates.
- Often exercising, dancing, yoga and singing are my favorites to get my body moving! I do traditional Chinese dance with a dance group 3 to 5 times a week.
- I follow an anti-aging skincare regime: retinol creams at night, vitamin C and E serums daily, and sunscreen with at least 30 SPF every day.
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