“Everyone has a story.”
Grandpa passed away. But I wanted to ask him more about escaping the Nanjing Massacre. I wanted to learn more about his childhood stories.
His story is lost forever, because he was an everyday person — the unfortunate majority of the phrase “everyone has a story.”
It struck me that many, many other people around the world were also witnessing loved ones’ stories become lost in history. For too many years, we deemed the few as the only ones deserving to be part of our written history.
I didn’t know if anyone would join me to expand written history to the rest of us — but we founded Waslu.com to ensure we had the tools to succeed — one family at a time.