A Professor and CEO

True Story

by Richard T. Cheng


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/21/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 574
ISBN : 9781796042276
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 574
ISBN : 9781796042283
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 574
ISBN : 9781796042269

About the Book

In the darkness of night, he escaped the Japanese invasion of Nanjing, and this was the first move of the following numerous moves. He had suffered a lot and yet having a lot of fun in the rural China until the war with Japan was ended. He returned to the ruins of his old home in Nanjing and lived there for nearly two years of peace time. When communists took over the mainland, he moved to Taiwan, where he graduated from college and married. During his time in Taiwan, he ventured into many things that almost took his life. He then decided to go to the USA for graduate studies. On the ship to USA, the ship was hit by a typhoon. They were lost in the high seas for days. He went to a college in Wisconsin, where he met many nice people and later decided to stay in the USA. Upon obtaining advanced degree in Wisconsin, he started his teaching career. He then obtained his doctorate degree and was engaged in many universities to establish computer science programs. When he was appointed the eminent professorship. He started to think of becoming a businessman. There are lot stories about sweat and tears in building a business. He led the small company to win the USIA contract and continue to win contract with Navy, Pentagon, and Education Department. In one unusual opportunity, he led the company to win the IRS contract, which was $240 million for the life of the contract. He had won all sorts of awards. The most important was given by President Bush in the White House.


About the Author

Born in 1934, the author had been suffered through two wars in the younger days. He lived in the rural areas of Chunking and Du-Yung where he was forced to move frequently. He had to catch fish and eels for food to supplement for their meals at the age of 9. When the war with Japan ended, he lived between Nanjing and Chunking, where he had so much fun and venture. He went to Taiwan with his parents when the communists took over the- mainland. Where he grew up as a young man. There he had ventured into caved that was left by the Japanese and almost drowned when he ventured into the ocean after a typhoon. Upon graduation from college, he decided to go to the United State of America. Upon arriving the States, he encountered the shock of the different cultures, but he learned quickly to adjust his attitude. He fixed radios and television sets to support his living until he obtained the MS degree. He soon moved his wife and children over to the U.S.A. He started a teaching career and obtained his doctorate degree. He then worked to get Computer Science programs establish for several universities. When he reached the position of Eminent Professorship, he looked to business career. Through hard work and sweet, he was successful in business and was called the $240 Million Professor