Fortunately, you didn’t get injured while the wildfire burned your school.

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Dear Zhengqing Gao,

I am so glad to meet you this week. We always stayed and play games together when we’re young. Our parents both had been busy in business, so we lived with grandma. Fortunately, you didn’t get injured while the wildfire burned your school. I hope god will always bless you, and you can success in your business and life. After 10 years later you will have your own kid and you may be a confident  man who live in a big house. We will be close and keep in touch as usual.

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