Visiting The House I Grew Up In

Punyu House

The house I grew up in has been in my family for four generations. It was built brick by brick by my great great grandfather and still stands today. The surroundings have changed a lot since I last visited it over a decade ago. The roads are now paved and there’s electricity 24/7. There’s even high speed Internet access! Punyu is no longer a small farming village. With the incredible growth of nearby Guangzhou, Punyu has pretty much become an extension of the city.

Our house is one of the few remaining homes from my time. Most of the houses I grew up next to have been torn down and replaced with apartments. The farming village has turned into a hot place for Guangzhou city workers to find inexpensive places to rent. Growth is being spurred on by the construction of a high speed rail line that will connect Gaungzhou and Punyu to the new International airport. If there is a recession, this part of China is not feeling it.

While the village may have grown and changed, the house I grew up in has remained the same. It still has no heating, electricity or running water. I lived in this house for the first seven years of my life. This is where I came from.

Punyu House

Punyu House

Punyu House

Punyu House

Punyu House

Punyu House

Punyu House

140 thoughts on “Visiting The House I Grew Up In”

  1. blackysky says:

    geez look like a jail 🙁 remind me my house back then in haiti 🙁 … hope china will not forget the low class in this econimic boom 🙁

    1. Carl Nelson says:

      wow… just wow.

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      1. Ryan McLean says:

        Wow. I agree
        But not because it looks like a jail
        Wow because it is still standing and your great grandfather built it. Seriously you should consider buying the house so that it will be around for your kids and their kids and so some developer doesn’t knock it down.
        I know you have enough money to buy it. Maybe you should so you can save it for future generations.

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        1. fas says:

          Why should John buy his own house. Its his own house after all 🙂

        2. Jake Stone says:

          McMansions are built to last 20 years, but that’s ok, because then it is already a time to buy a new one. There was a time when such a waste was not possible.

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  2. Darin Carter says:

    Check it out … John Chow Roots!

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  3. Arfan says:

    Thats pretty awesome bring back any childhood memories?

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    1. John Chow says:

      It brings back a lot. The biggest thing is I wonder what happen to all my childhood friends who grew up with me?

      1. Jake Stone says:

        I’m sure your blog has an adequate reach, just put out an official call for them. You’ll see someone will know someone.

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      2. Online Tv says:

        You may search your friends in popular websites like myspace or facebook or

  4. I bet the garden produced some amazing vegetables.

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    1. jobucks says:

      I agree with you steven

  5. very humbling video John…any plans for the house since nobody lives there? I got to see my the house my great great grandparents built in India a few yrs back and its just like this..its now in my name and really have no idea what I’m supposed to do with it.

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    1. John Chow says:

      I have two choices. I can either tear it down and put up a new house or tear it down and put up a new apartment. I can’t leave it in its current condition since it’s not livable. I am leaning towards the apartment because I don’t see myself moving back there to live.

      1. Kinda sad for it to be torn down. Yes it may be abandoned and useless but it’s history. I have a soft spot for old buildings. Maybe build but incorporate the old into new? Any idea on the age of it?

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      2. Patrick says:

        This is a wonderful house John! It can be redecorated in a small lofty town villa. Redecorated will be worth much more if you decide to sell it or you could chose to have a 2nd house there and enjoy. It has nice private garden too.

        I’m ipressed by the height of doors.. curious trade off though to have no windows but have tall doors.

        1. That is the same option I have….well not the apts in India, but either my options are to keep the house as is (which is fairly run down) for historical purpose or just throw in money and build a nice new house. One of the options is practical while the other is more of the emotional one of preserving my parents/grandparents/etc memories somehow….its hard

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          1. If it’s not hurting anything and you don’t NEED the money leaving it would not be a bad idea.

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        2. Jake Stone says:

          I’m sure that apartments would work better. I’m sure there is always need for mid-to-high-quality apartment housing.

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      3. Well add all kind of luxury and technology in this format only and make it liveable. I do not think that tear it down is a good option.

        But however emotions should not come in the way of development.

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing! I love this! I’m from four generations of Aspen CO and the town I grew up in hardly exists, much less the house! To think that China with it’s turmoil and growth is really more stable…

  7. Joe Tech says:

    It looked like a good sized place for how you lived at the time and your great grandfather did a good job with it. You’re right, too. If you can come from there to where you are now and be so successful as a writer, the rest of us have no excuse to fail.

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  8. KiwiPulse says:

    It remain me the time when I went to Vietnam visiting my family. It took us 8 hours from the Airport to grandparent’s house. We stopped frequently to eat and walk around. When I asked where is the toilet at the restaurant.. They didn’t have one, they simply told me to do it wherever I want lol.. GEEZ

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  9. Latoya says:

    It is amazing to see that the house you grew up still remains as it was when you were a child. You should look at that house and pat yourself on the back because you have come so far. Congratulations!

  10. Brenden Lee says:

    Very humbling indeed. This is a great reminder for me to not only give thanks for the tremendous opportunities that I am given, but aggregate change and capitalize on the opportunities as you did.
    Thanks John

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  11. Michael Kwan says:

    I visited the old traditional houses (with the North-South-East-West configuration) in Beijing before they tore them down before the Olympics. Really makes you appreciate what we have in Canada.

    On a side note, make sure you don’t confuse the well for the other kind of hole in the ground. If you didn’t want to drink the water then, you definitely won’t want to drink it after that.

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  12. Sam says:

    This remind me a lot of my home town 🙁 It is amazing to see how much things may change in 10-20 years !

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  13. Wow, that place is quite something. Is there any chance of it being knocked down? I understand the authorities can be quite tought when it comes to knocking down old buildings in order to expand cities, etcetera?’s last blog post: Dayparting and UI tweak Scripts for Facebook, MySpace, and AdBrite

    1. John Chow says:

      I have to do something with it. Punyu is growing too fast and a piece of land that size can’t go vacant and un-used for so long.

  14. Julie says:

    Very very humbling John. Thanks for sharing that neat video.

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  15. Tushar says:

    Great to see where you came from John!

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  16. Joe says:

    Wow John, I thought you going to cry at the end. Must have brought back a lot of memories.

  17. The backyard looks very similar to the farm land/back yard of my grandparents in portugal. The well system is slightly different, but it’s very cool to see. Thanks for the pictures!

  18. John, it’s good to get a peek of where you grew up from. It has got to be a very nostalgic feeling for you I’m sure. Good feeling thing.

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  19. Wow, I bet that was a very emotional experience you had. Tons of memories I’m sure, care to share any!?

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  20. issa says:

    oh wow, definitely a hark back to the medieval ages! no electricity, no water, no light? tough! does someone live there today john? i hope not!

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    1. John Chow says:

      The house has been empty for decades. No one lives in it.

  21. Ray Ebersole says:

    Thanks for sharing John. A very emotional, heart touching insight.

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  22. Pyj says:

    Wow, that is incredible… “I” felt a bit teary at the end of that!!!

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  23. Raj says:

    That was an inspiring post. All these days, I was of the notion that you are from Korea and Sarah from China.

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    1. John Chow says:

      What made you thought I was from Koera?

      1. Your height may be….lol

        1. Jake Stone says:

          Probably the militant Gravatar photo.

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  24. Hi John, you inspired me with your post! Hopefully, I can mimic your success story. It’s quite hard living in a third world country like the Philippines. I am also looking forward to make a living and to settle outside of this country. Thanks a lot for this wonderful post!

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  25. BlogAngry says:

    It looks amazing, thanx for sharing

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  26. Michael Zhao says:

    Excellent! From rags to riches…I would say…I’ll see you at the top John!

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  27. Paul U says:

    I never imagine that you live a simple life before.

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  28. Silvia says:

    We can see the progress of the human life on John’s example..Seeing this arouses double felling.On one hand it is nice that John lives in good conditions,due to his work he is successful,on the other hand the life of great grand fathers is seen as it was,it needs respect .

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  29. Tran Harry says:

    Very nice video John, a great view into your life and your history.

    I wish I had the luxury to take time away and go see where my parents grew up.

    Truly can’t imagine us North Americans living in those conditions, it goes back to the post you made a while ago about how blessed we are to be where we are, recession or not.

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  30. Sam M says:

    You have an amazing background. It’s nice to see where people come from becuase you gety an appreciate for what they have done with their life. Awesome post CHOW!

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  31. That house looks that have a very strong foundation. Still look solid. It seems nobody lives anymore in that house, Is in it John?

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  32. elmot says:

    there is indeed nothing better john than to go back your roots; to where you started and where you have been.

    just imagine, a guy like john chow came from a humble quite place like this in china? amazing..

    and looking back at your roots certainly led you to the place where you are now with obviously, the full shining virtues especially of humility.

    cheers john!

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  33. Paul B says:

    Your best video ever, nothing more to say than that 🙂

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  34. Humble roots, which just shows how far you’ve come! Respect brother! May you go from strength to strength, and keep on keeping us all enthralled!

  35. That’s amazing, the house looks really solid, your ancestors knew how to build a house. And the video is great

  36. Typical immigrant story. The funny thing is, though that life back then may seem hard compared to what we have now, the love, fun and “family” we shared back then cannot compare to all that we have and do now. I’ve tried 5 times now to go “home” but home isn’t like I remembered. great times, good memories.

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  37. Very heartfelt John, you are on a pretty cool journey. Home is where the heart is, ah!

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  38. Rahul says:

    This journey must have brought back quite a lot of memories to you John. Nice one.

  39. It’s a good old house John, brings a lot of memory

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  40. Thanks for sharing. That seriously is some amazing family history right there.

    I kind of wish I could go back to the flat I grew up in back in London, England.

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  41. Brad says:

    I’ve always get choked up when i see my old home.

  42. A journey back to your root is always interesting. This year in August i am visiting my native place, I’m very eager, specially want to spent some time with my childhood friend. let me see if i can meet some of them.

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  43. Anthony says:

    Wow, it is impressive ! I would go for the appt if you don’t plan to go back there to live.

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  44. Pete says:

    When I went to Taiwan 2 years ago, I made an effort to go see the apartment I lived in, and walked from the apartment to the school I used to attend by the exact same route I use to take. Trips like that really can bring back a lot of memories.

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  45. Debo Hobo says:

    It is always good to remember where we came from. This has got to be one of your best posts yet!


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  46. I really enjoyed your photos. It was interesting for me because my husband and I are looking into adopting a little girl from China after the first of the year…

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  47. Ruben Ricart says:

    Thanks for sharing your story with us John! Loved the video and reminded me of what life was like for my grandparents in the carribean…very similar to what you showed us….great vid!

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  48. Looks nice 🙂

    I am sure you miss your childhood memories from the home where you grew up in

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  49. Lee Ka Hoong says:

    Thanks for sharing your old house photo! I can’t see any house like this in my country, I always saw it in the Movie only. Good sharing! 🙂


  50. Essai Selvan says:

    I am from India and I can feel the cultural link between
    china and India.

    I hread in several books that Indian and Chinese culture is so similar in several aspects. And hence proved by this video.

    Sure it looks like a Jail for someone but those are the houses that made us here…. 🙂

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  51. Rehab that handsome old stone house. You can put plumbing and electricity in it!

    There’s an old stone house in Berks County, Pennsylvania, that my ancestors built in the 1720s. Family still live in it, and there’s a family reunion there every year–I’ve gone twice. Modern conveniences were added as they became common, but the original (very big) fireplace is still there, and we marvel at how short they must have been, judging by how low the doorways are.

    Save your house for your descendants, generations from now.

  52. Mortgage Guy says:

    Very humbling video indeed. Its emotional in a way. We should all remember where we came from and where we are now in life. Life is an on going journey.

    I liked the video.

    I am sure in China they have electricity and water and other comforts and bit different life.

  53. haha.. my hometown is quite near PanYu

  54. When I visited where my Grandfather grew up, it’s like what you are showing here…except it still is a farm with no Internet 😛


  55. Paul says:

    Very cool video. Cool to see where you came from. Also gives some insight where the source of your ambition comes from.

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  56. Silvia says:

    Were there any windows in the house in those days?They must be. Windows are like eyes according to Feng Shui.Does anybody take care of the house?

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    1. John Chow says:

      What you see now is how the house has always looked. No windows.

  57. Darren says:

    Incredible. You really went high in life. Just incredible.

  58. FMF says:

    Very, very cool. Thanks for sharing.

    What an inspiration to see where you came from — and where you are now.

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  59. says:

    John i saw your video… and in the end parts when you say… that your parents migrated to give you better life and english is your second language – you got emotional.. arent you?’s last blog post: Is It About Time Or Priorities

    1. John Chow says:

      Ya, I got a little emotional at the end.

  60. May we must share something about our place too on the blog. Thanks John, you just inspiring us.

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  61. Jiverly Wong says:

    The memories of the house you grew up in. I thought you were born in the US.

  62. Lol at the guy who said it looked like a jail xD

  63. blinkky says:

    It has a lot of memories…

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  64. I think in your China trip this must be the most memorable and the most exciting – coming home. Glad you could do this.

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  65. As a Real Estate Broker for 25+ years, I understand the apartment development & $$, but I’m wondering is the area in need of some type of charitable service? Could it be housed there? What could you set up to benefit the local needs? Or is that type of thing just not done in China? How about a free asset school, teaching internet, second language, or? What a Great opportunity to create a legacy asset tribute to your family roots & giving others a ‘hand up.’ You do a lot of fabulous stuff.
    As part of your community, we appreciate all the advise and the role model that you are. Thank you!

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    1. John Chow says:

      It’s a nice thought but that part of China doesn’t need any charity. There is zero unemployment. It’s just booming.

  66. Onyxx says:

    It’s good to know there are some places that are prospering. Thanks for openly sharing your childhood, it is refreshingly honest.

  67. Silvia says:

    That’s nice to hear positive news from that part of the world.

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  68. marl says:

    Such a strong house!Imagine, for so many years it stood still against the modern world.

    A place that should be preserved IMHO.

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  69. Mitch says:

    You’ve definitely come a long way since then, and you should feel proud of all your accomplishments. Oddly enough, even with that, I envy you for a different reason. As a military kid, I’ve lived in many places that I’m not allowed to visit, and that’s too bad. So, I can’t even track back that little bit of legacy.

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  70. Nice to see the house John. Looks like a cool place.

  71. Punyu should be Panyu, actually. Punyu or Poonyu are Cantonese. In China, we now use Pinyin phonetic system to name a place in China.’s last blog post: Go after money or for interest?

  72. Actually, Punyu should be Panyu, Punyu or Poonyu are both cantonese pronunciation. We use the mandarin or Putonghua pinyin phonetic system to name a place.
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  73. Saro says:

    Umm… April Fools anyone? You honestly don’t all think JC used to live there… right?!

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  74. afandi says:

    How I miss the place where I was born… I never visit Vietnam since I left it 30 years ago…
    Amazing pictures John.

  75. Sam says:

    is there anybody who’s still living this room?

    1. Online TV says:

      Judging from the pictures, I’ll say than nobody still lives there.

  76. Sam says:

    Is there anybody still living in this house?

    1. John Chow says:

      Nobody lives in the house anymore.

  77. Wow John, I see you have a humble beginning and look what you have accomplished. You are a true inspiration of success. I have a very humble background myself as I was born in Cuba. Pretty poor there as you might imagine. Great post! 🙂

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  78. Great John. My hats off to someone who is proud of his beginnings. As they say, always appreciate everything you been given in life before and now. Be proud man. Your past is a part of you, much of it is what made you who you are today.

    nice post!

  79. jobucks says:

    that’s a great house,

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  80. Wow, culture shock! The toilet is awesome!

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  81. Teen Forum says:

    Built by hand by your great great grandfather and still standing that’s amazing!

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  82. diana rupert says:

    Amazing! Its just like going back to the past!

  83. I love brick houses! And this one is surely a nice old styled one.


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  84. girliegeek says:

    Thanks for letting us see where you came from. I’ll bet that at 7 years old living there, you never could have imagined how different your life would be in 2009. Good on you!! You are proof that hard work and the drive to succeed are all you need to accomplish anything you desire.

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  85. earthtoholly says:

    A very nice video. How lucky that your boyhood home is still there for you to reminisce. A house that sturdy is worthy of preservation and wouldn’t that be nice!

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  86. leon says:

    i think it would be a pity if you torn it down , if i where you i would keep the house and renovate it with modern furniture and technology.

    and for your friends that grew up with you i think you can search in (china’s version of facebook & myspace)

  87. These photos are amazing. Your past home is indeed unique.

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  88. Ron Givens says:

    Wow, these photos as well as your story are great. This is the true “roots”.

    Beautiful stuff.


  89. hi this house is scary, the video is pretty

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  90. Technolik says:

    Is a very long time since you have visit the house where you grew up and where you lived and I believe many memories have started taking control over you thinking about your childhood…

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  92. Mybased says:


  93. This is why I named you as one of my most influential people in Affiliate marketing on my blog John.

    Sometimes we always look at the obstacles in life and what we can’t do in our limited thinking minds.

    But when you see people like you give a testimony like that, and share your life with the world gives promise to all who follow. Thanks for that awesome share;

    I am now even more inspired to be the next Super Affiliate Marketer!

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  94. mike says:

    Hi John! I still use a dial-up and Im in New York. I love the pictures. It has its own style.

  95. Caleb says:

    I’d love to grow up there as a kid. Seems like a great place to run a muck. Plus, their’s no “watch for the cars” traffic.

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  96. Static says:

    That’s time right there.

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  97. Michael Zhao says:

    That is just too awesome man…I too was born in a small village in Guangzhou (The Zheng province) and I cannot wait to go back again to visit and reflect on the success I will eventually have…Time for me to rise. Literally from rags to riches John…Good for you.

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  98. pretty amazing. nice photos and nice story

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  99. Linda says:

    I sometimes drive past where I used to live as a child. It bothers me to see how much its changed.

    Sometimes it’s nice to keep childhood memories intact.

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  100. I thought you are Korean and not Chinese. I’m half Chinese but I never heard of Chow as a surname before in my elementary and high school years (those were Chinese schools). I don’t have Chinese friends after that. I also thought you are born in Canada and your parents migrated there.

    Anyway nice seeing your photos. It reminded me of my father’s roots.

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  101. WLC Program says:

    I wish I owned the homes that I grew up in. It’s so funny how huge they seem when you’re so young and small. When you go back, they just don’t seem the same. I love child hood memories. I enjoyed looking at your pics there. I love the past.

  102. D3Marketers says:

    From bricks in CHINA to posh mansions in CANADA. HARDWORK+LUCK=JOHN CHOW. More blessings!

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  103. Michael Chu says:

    Hey John what camera/camcorder did you use to film your old house in China? I like how well it works at night.

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  104. Can’t beat history John… built by you Grandfather.. that is cool…

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  105. rozim says:

    this is great thing to know house where you grow up in, i am sure you have much better one with your blog to day mr. john

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  106. PimP C says:

    Thank you for sharing this, and congratulations on all your success!

    I say you if you have to tear it down, rebuild it as a shelter for homeless people. Think about it, seems like a great idea.

  107. James Hartje says:

    I’m sure your house looks nothing like that now

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    1. Mic Henry says:

      My house looks like that. Sleeping on the floor does wonders for my back.

  108. Blog Tips says:

    OMG…. I never thought you are from such a background. But how… how did you manage to do all these things within a house like this. When did you start to blogging. I would like to hear the whole story of your life. If you like please share with us. I think we will be able to learn thousands of lessons from your life story.

    Wish you all the best for your future works.

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