December 19, 1951 ~ December 8, 2023
Resided in: College Station, Texas
Hsujeng Liu, born on December 19, 1951, in Taipei, Taiwan, peacefully passed away on December 8, 2023. He was the beloved son of Ting-Wen Liu and Tuan-Jung Chang Liu, coming from a loving family that instilled in him a deep appreciation for academia.
Despite facing health challenges from a young age due to a serious childhood illness affecting his heart, Hsujeng Liu overcame adversity, showing resilience and determination throughout his life. With the unwavering support of his family, he successfully underwent two open heart surgeries, demonstrating his strength and the love that surrounded him.
Hsujeng pursued excellence in academics, achieving a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and becoming a highly respected professor in Taiwan. His intellectual pursuits reflected his passion for knowledge and education.
However, his true passions extended beyond academia. Hsujeng Liu found solace in activities such as meditation, Falun Gong, and the simple joys of capturing precious family moments through his love for photography and filming.
It was on the dance floor that he met the love of his life. Hsujeng Liu stood out as a true gentleman, capturing the heart of his future wife. Their shared love for dance, commitment to family, and selfless sacrifices for their children created a bond that would withstand the tests of time.
A man of calm demeanor and a gentle spirit, Hsujeng Liu valued every life, treating even the smallest creatures with kindness.
Memorable family traditions revolved around joyous reunions during winter and summer breaks, creating cherished moments during family vacations. As a parent, Hsujeng Liu found immense pride in witnessing his children’s happiness in their pursuit of education, dreams and passions.
Hsujeng Liu will be fondly remembered as a gentle, kind, and protective family man who made countless sacrifices to ensure the happiness, health, and success of those he loved. His legacy lives on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know him.