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During the Edgewater Village Senior Community General Meeting on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, the community at the Broadway Armory Park celebrated National Poetry Month with Forrest Ingram and other poetry fanatics and enthusiasts by reading original poems at loud during the special gathering. Forrest Ingram received one of the Edgewater Senior Volunteer Appreciation Awards for his dedication to "Getting Deeper Into Poetry" program at the Broadway Armory Park.


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Spring colors brightened our Easter eggs when we experimented with a touch of white vinegar, water, and food coloring tablets to dye our chicken eggs this year. A Christian friend added Easter inspiration and a spectrum of colorful rainbow shades magically evolved on Sunday morning, April 1st.

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Spring colors brightened our Easter eggs when we experimented with a touch of white vinegar, water, and food coloring tablets to dye our chicken eggs this year. A Christian friend added Easter inspiration and a spectrum of colorful rainbow shades magically evolved on Sunday morning, April 1st.

There is a similar array of new and bright colors in Pittsburgh Paints Palette At A Glance. Visit www.ppgvoiceofcolor.com to make your color selection easier, when you are looking for Spring colors Pittsburgh Paints this year to brighten your life and your surroundings.

Also, use the NIX Color Sensor technology to remember and match your favorites shades of color year round, wherever you go. www.nixmini.com



The month of March 2018 is already gone on the 31st day of the year 2018 Anno Domini. Annually on Holy Saturday, the seasonal Spring rain showers and cloudy overcast skies add a somber feeling to remind traditional Catholics and Christians that Jesus Christ was crucified with two (2) thieves by Roman soldiers and Jewish patriarchs. On the second day of the Triduum, Jesus Christ was already suffering from his wounds, on the high cross, between two thieves, for everyone to see his punishment as an example of his actions.

While I reflect, meditate, and ponder over the Triduum on Holy Thursday, my thoughts and mind wandered about my life in retrospection. I am currently trying to recover from personal medical injury, losses and damages by thieves, robbers, trespassers, vandals, and criminals for the last thirty-five (35) years in Chicago, Edgewater, Rogers Park, Uptown, the Village of Lombard, Villa Park, Addison, Wheaton in Du Page County, Will County, McHenry County, Lake County, Kane County, LaSalle County, Cook County, Illinois and across the USA.

Thirty-five (35) ago, while I lived in my own Chicago apartment on the Northwest side, I was reading the Journal Français d’Amérique published in San Francisco, California, when I found a newspaper ad listing for a French letter correspondent, a “pen pal” wanted by a 25-year-old young man who was working and serving in the U.S. Navy as a Postal Clerk stationed in Norfolk, Virginia aboard the USS Platte oil refueling ship.

Nathan Scott Wittler Patriquin, also known as Nate Wittler was a Navy PC-3 commissioned aboard the USS Platte for three (3) years, looking for French pen pals to exchange correspondence while he was serving in the U.S. Navy until 1996.

During March 1983, I wrote a letter in French to Nate Wittler offering to exchange correspondence in French and English. Nate Wittler responded a few weeks later and continued to write to me in French and English for the next three (3) years of his U.S. Navy military service aboard the USS Platte based in Norfolk, Virginia. N.S. Wittler had already completed his U.S. military boot camp training at the Great Lakes Naval Base in Illinois and Indiana. While Nate Wittler sailed aboard the USS Platte and travelled around the world, he continued to write to me in French and English. Then he visited Chicago and wanted to stay in my apartment the first time we met.

Afterwards, Nate Wittler invited me to visit his parents who were Christian Anglican missionaries for the World Council of Churches in 1986. In 1986, Nathan Scott Wittler Patriquin was officially discharged from the U.S. Navy in Norfolk, Virginia and travelled to New York, New York. Later, Nate Wittler boarded an airplane to Chicago where I met him, so that we could travel together aboard United Airlines to New York, then boarded Belgian Airlines to Brussels, in order to make a connecting flight to Istanbul, Turkey where the Wittlers lived, worked, and performed their missionary services for the World Council of Churches.

I used to live at 4109 North Sacramento and Belle Plaine in a building owned by Mrs. A.C. Nylen. That year, I ordered a Portable Foldable Table from a mail order catalog in California and paid $29.95US which included Shipping and Handling charges for delivery. After I ordered that portable table, someone stole the package from the Lobby, and I never received the Portable Table from the landlady, Mrs. A.C. Nylen.

Afterwards, my Book Collection started missing some of my books which I had already read. My books were missing also from my apartment on the second floor in the same building.

After I got married to Nathan Scott Wittler Patriquin on June 18, 1988, more books were missing from my book shelves and personal library at 2956 West Belle Plaine, where I used to live after Mr. Ivan Ilych purchased the building real estate property from Mrs. A.C. Nylen who moved to Wisconsin.

Later on, Nate Wittler and I moved to another apartment near Pulaski and Foster owned by Gus Sotiropoulos, located on the same block where the Church of the Latter Days Saints is still there.

During September 2, 1993, encouraged by my youngest brother and Mother, my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor, purchased a Lombard home at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, owned by Debra Y. Seckreki and her father Adam Seckreki in the Village of Lombard, District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.

Twenty-five (25) years have passed since 1993, and I have lost everything I owned, and my Father purchased when our family moved to the Village of Lombard, also known as Lilac Town.

On Holy Saturday, March 31, 2018, I remember how I have lost personal assets in Illinois, USA.

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A Saturday Morning On Easter Week March 31, 2018 By Gardenia Hung.pdf


​American Airlines Baggage Claims 8 At O’Hare International

Two (2) years ago, when I arrived to Chicago O’Hare Airport from Miami International Airport on Friday, April 29th, 2016, aboard American Airlines with my youngest brother Robert Santiago Hung Fong, I did not know that my brother had talked to his homosexual LGBT Asian boyfriends from Santiago de Cuba to his Chicago home telephone at 1060 West Hollywood, Apt. 313, with orders to leave me behind at O’Hare Airport and lock me out of our Chicago apartment, where I had been living with him since April 2013, for the last three (3) years. After picking up our luggage at the Arrivals Claim 8 Section, Robert S. Hung walked out the sliding doors and headed to the Taxi area to order one for himself alone, to leave me behind at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago.

​Robert S. Hung at American Airlines Baggage Claims 8 Section, O’Hare International Airport

The Yellow Taxi left me alone at the corner of Winthrop and Hollywood in the Edgewater neighborhood after 10PM. I had to carry all my travel luggage from the taxi, across Hollywood Street, and wait outside all night because Robert S. Hung would not let me inside our apartment, not even to use the bathroom.

​Travel luggage, two (2) knapsacks, Green Handbag, Burgundy Suitcase Belonging To Gardenia Hung. Photo taken by GHung on Friday, 29 April 2016.

In retrospection, I had been in the Edgewater neighborhood helping my youngest brother Robert S. Hung during his medical disability and mental health treatment by psychiatrists Dr. Michael Reinstein M.D. and Dr. Sephali Patel M.D., since 2010, for the last six (6) years after I was living as an Illinois resident homeowner in the Village of Lombard and Villa Park, York Township, in Du Page County, Illinois USA. After I moved with my brother Robert S. Hung, I started losing my personal clothing such as my Orange Winter Vest, my Winter Sweaters, my Shoes, my Winter Coat, my JVC Cybercamera, Digital Video Case Storage with more than 21 digital video cassettes, and other personal and professional belongings which I had owned before I moved with Robert S. Hung at The Marquis Building owned by Hunter Properties on Kenmore Avenue near Granville and Loyola University Lake Shore Campus in the Edgewater community.

On the other hand, my Mother Gardenia Fong Ramos had left me behind ten (10) years before, on January 12, 2006 after she had used a kitchen knife to stab herself at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, taken out by stretcher when the Lombard Paramedics arrived with the Fire Department Emergency Doctor, after I called “911”. My Mother survived her suicidal attempt and was treated at Elmhurst Memorial Hospital in Du Page County, Illinois USA. After medical therapy, rehabilitation, and recovery, my Mother was transferred to the Edgewater community to resume Graduate Studies at Loyola University Lake Shore Campus under the academic advisor Dr. Carol Holdsworth Ph.D. in Spanish Literature.

For the last eighteen (18) years, my Mother has been “presumed dead” after I received a DuPage County Death Certificate from the DuPage County Hospital. However, witnesses have testified that my Mother is not really deceased.

After my Mother abandoned me in 2006, I have been displaced as a Lombard resident homeowner since November 5, 2008 by the Lombard Fire and Police Department, Keith Steiskal, George Seagraves, Ray Byrne, Roy Newton, and the Village of Lombard, when my Lombard home was demolished after June 18, 2005, when delinquent vandalism by trespassers, and Illinois Telephone Bell technician Edward Westenholtz damaged the Roofing Structural Wooden Beams,Rain Gutters, Ductwork, Roofing Tiles, and Aluminum Siding at 502 South Westmore Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois USA.

Ten (10) years later, my youngest brother Robert S. Hung left me displaced and homeless on the streets of Edgewater, on Friday, 29 April 2016, after a family reunion travel trip to Santiago de Cuba in order to meet with Aunt Xiomara Fong Ramos, her husband Pedro Zayas Guerrero, her only son Pedrito Zayas Fong, his wife Xiomara Rojas, and youngest son Rafael Alejandro Zayas Rojas, Cousin Santiago “Chago” Mock, and his wife Ileana Castillo Revé, her son Dr. Santiago Mock Castillo and his wife Ileana, Cousin Franky Sánchez Fujishiro and his wife Rosita, his sons, daughter-in-law and grandson, Cousin Lidia Sánchez Fujishiro, her granddaughter Klaudia, her daughters, her brother Juan Sánchez Fujishiro, Cousin Mariela Fujishiro Cascaret, and other family relatives of the late Cousin María Rodriguez, her son-in-law Joaquín, her youngest son Juan Carlos Mora Rodriguez, Cousin Maruchi and family.

On Friday, 29 April 2016, Robert S. Hung Fong locked me out of our condominium apartment at 1060 West Hollywood and Winthrop Street, near St. Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Church, in the historic Bryn Mawr district, in the Edgewater community. Then, he kept my fashion Winter Clothing, Waterproof Winter Black Winter Boots, Winter Shetland Wool Sweaters, Winter Cashmere Wool Sweaters, Italian Wool Vest, Ralph Lauren Woolen Shirt, Wool Plaid Scarf, Tan Wool Winter Cap, Leather Gloves, Red Plaid Woolen Coat, Winter Waterproof Black and Reversible Brown Plush Coat, Fashion Purses, Fitness Gym Shoes, Ralph Lauren Loafers, JVC CyberCamera, Digital Video Travel Cassettes, Minolta 35mm Camera with Zoom Long Range and Wide Lenses, Professional Business Resources, Business Certificates, Cooking Pans, Gourmet Spices and Herbs, etc.

To date, I still have not recovered from all the Personal Medical Injury, Professional Business Losses and Damages, Lombard Real Estate Losses and Damages, since I tried to help Robert S. Hung Fong during his medical disability and mental health treatment under Dr. Michael J. Reinstein M.D. and Dr. Sephali Patel M.D. at the Uptown Mental Health Center, while in the psychiatric care of Dr. Mark Peisner M.D., a psychiatrist at the Chicago Rehabilitation Hospital in Uptown and the Norwegian American Hospital in Chicago, Illinois USA.

On Good Friday, March 30, 2018, I must reflect that I have lost more than my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor on June 18, 1998 at Vencor Northlake Hospital, for the last twenty-five (25) years since I became a Lombard homeowner and lived in the Village of Lombard, Lilac Town, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois. Since my Father died, I have lost my civil rights, human rights, my Lombard home, and my identity after Mr. Roberto Hung was murdered and Nathan Scott Wittler Patriquin left the Village of Lombard in 2001.

For the last twenty (20) years, my Mother, youngest brother and Asian LGBT friends, as well as Nathan Scott Wittler Patriquin and others known, and unknown who have been sequestered by the U.S. Department of Justice, while they have been denying me human rights, civil rights, and family rights as the first daughter of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor and the Executor of the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Family, as well as the Principal/Owner of the professional business Communications, Languages and Culture Inc.

Written By Gardenia C. Hung, first daughter of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor and his wife Mrs. G. Fong Ramos, former Lombard homeowner at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, Post Office Box 1274, in the Village of Lombard, District 5, York Township, Du Page County, IL 60148 USA. Telephone 630-290-5445 ghungma@gmail.com

Friday, March 30, 2018 Chicago, Cook County, Illinois USA

Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., B.A.

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A Good Friday Story In Retrospection By Gardenia Hung.pdf


Today is Holy Thursday, March 29, 2018, the first day of the Triduum period for three (3) days when Roman Catholics and Christians reflect upon the Passion of Jesus Christ on the Cross after he was betrayed by Judas who turned to the Romans and Jewish patriarchs in exchange for silver coins at the Last Supper in Jerusalem. Afterwards, Jesus Christ was crucified with two thieves to set an example for other criminals, outlaws, and protesters against the Roman and Jewish government lawmakers.

During Holy Week, I always have time to reflect upon the Passion of Jesus Christ since I was a young child because my Mother would give me the family Bible with the Old Testament and the New Testament to read and ponder while I was off on Holy Week during the Easter holiday break from elementary school and high school in Santiago de Cuba. At the time, my Mother would not allow me to go out during the Triduum beginning on Holy Thursday. Fifty (50) years have passed and nowadays, I do not even have a Bible, neither the Old Testament nor the New Testament because the ones I have had and received by Catholics and Christians, have been stolen, removed from my possession, and withheld from me, so I do not have them any more…

When I was ten (10) years old, I lived in Santiago de Cuba, with my Father and Mother, and my youngest brother. I still remember some of my family relatives whom I have not seen in fifty (50) years. My Mother’s second brother, Alberto Fong Ramos, is known as my Uncle “Betico” aka Alberto in Santiago de Cuba, a butcher who worked at his own Butcher Shop at the corner of Avenida Estrada Palma and Calle 3, in the neighborhood called La Trocha where my Grandfather Alberto Fong had a General Grocery and Hardware store, as well as in other places.

My Uncle Betico had worked as a Cuban policeman riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle earlier in his young life, when he met my Father who was a young lawyer at the Municipal Courthouse and City Hall in Santiago de Cuba, as well as a Dean of the Business and Economics Department at the University of Oriente in Santiago de Cuba, Oriente. Afterwards, my Father was introduced to my Mother, before they were married on March 23, 1957. Dr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor was 26 years old when he married my Mother, Gardenia Fong Ramos, when she was 19 years old at the Cathedral of Santiago de Cuba in the Municipality of Oriente, Cuba.

My second Uncle Alberto “Betico” Fong Ramos was married to his first wife Mirta Chacόn in 1956, while my Father and Mother were engaged to be married. At the time, my Father and Mother were sponsors of his wedding ceremony, reception, and party in Santiago de Cuba. Afterwards, my first cousin José Alberto Fong Chacón (García) was born in Santiago de Cuba in 1957, one year before I was born later.

While my Uncle Betico lived in Santiago de Cuba, he worked for my Grandfather Alberto Fong and also as a Butcher next to the General Grocery and Hardware Store at the corner of Avenida Estrada Palma, Carretera del Morro and Calle 3 in the neighborhood called La Trocha in Santiago.

My Uncle Betico was arrested after the Cuban Revolution headed by Fidel Castro succeeded in overthrowing the Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista, since Alberto Fong Ramos had worked as a Cuban policeman riding a motorcycle in Santiago de Cuba. My Father, Dr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor defended my Uncle Betico while he was imprisoned and released him to obtain his freedom in Santiago de Cuba. Afterwards, his first wife Mirta Chacón and first son José Alberto Fong Chacόn (García) decided to leave Cuba with the family of David Palmer, her sisters Dorita, Cuca, and others to be exiled in New Jersey, United States of America. Since my Uncle Betico had been imprisoned, charged, and released by the Cuban government of Fidel Castro, he could not leave Santiago de Cuba while he was on parole as an ex-convict in the Cuban Judicial Court System. So, his first wife Mirta Chacόn filed for a legal divorce and custody of their son, José Alberto Fong, in order to leave for New Jersey in the United States of America.

Later, my Uncle Betico met another Cuban woman whose name was María and got legally married in Santiago de Cuba a second time. His second daughter Aixa Fong was born afterwards. In the Cuban summer time, when I was not in school, I used to stay with my Grandmother Irene Ramos Mejías at her home in Calle 3 entre Reparto Mariana de la Torre and Calle 2 en Carretera del Morro y La Trocha. When my Uncle Betico would visit my Grandmother Irene and I was there, he would invite me to visit his second wife María and play with his second daughter Aixa Fong where they lived in Reparto Sueño, Santiago de Cuba. Since Alberto Fong Ramos liked Harley Davidson motorcycles, he owned an American classic motorcycle in Santiago de Cuba, which he used to ride and visit my Grandmother Irene in Carretera del Morro, Calle 3 y La Trocha. So, he asked me to go with him on his vintage American Harley Davidson motorcycle from my Grandmother Irene’s home to his house in Reparto Sueño, then he would take me back to my parents’ home where I live at Desiderio Fajardo No. 5 entre Avenida Martí and Santo Tomás in Santiago de Cuba. Alberto Fong Ramos used to drive and ride the American Harley Davidson around town, up and down the hills of Santiago de Cuba.

Afterwards, my Uncle Betico left Santiago de Cuba swimming 99 miles to Miami, Florida, and I have not seen him, met him, or reunited with him in the last fifty (50) years, since 1968.

While I reflect in the present about the past, now I do not even have my own motorcycle, the Derbi Boulevard 150CC I purchased from Champion Cycle Motorcycles on Western Avenue near Addison Street, near Lane Tech High School in Chicago, Illinois.

Fifty (50) years may seem a lifetime for someone who has grown older, wiser, and cynical about life in general.

“A Triduum For Reflection On Thursday, 29 March 2018”

By Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., B.A.
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A Triduum For Reflection On Thursday, 29 March 2018 By Gardenia C. Hung.pdf


On the first day of Spring, I woke up really early in anticipation of the Vernal Equinox. The collective conscious community all around me awoke in unison after midnight. Tossing and turning, I could not sleep another wink after 2:30AM. What is going on around town? After the primary Election 2018 on Tuesday and the Electoral Polling sites counting votes late at night, the Illinois Primary Election 2018 results were public. So, imagine why everyone was turning, tossing, and waking up early to find out the results early on Wednesday morning, 21 March 2018. The 2018 Election is the first week of November. The official arrival of Spring 2018 was on time at 11:15AM today. Spring Cleaning is part of the season. If everyone starts early, one is already done for the start of the Vernal Equinox season.

The Vernal Equinox Sun rose bright and shiny, early this morning. This is a stained glass dome on the ceiling at Fullerton Hall, in the Art Institute of Chicago.

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On Mar 1, 2018 3:24 AM, "Communications Languages And Culture" <communicationslanguagesculture> wrote:

The first day of March adds a fresh feeling when drizzling rain and moisture permeate the air, instead of the cold chill of winter. I found my bright green duck for luck, ready to sit out in the Spring rain showers. Afterwards, I was lucky enough to find "Where in Chicago?" can everyone celebrate the greening and dyeing of the Chicago River and ‘All the Ways" to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day in the Windy City. The green duck is in luck!

In March, everyone is part of the Chi-Town and go green on March 11th to the South Side Irish Parade. One week later, on March 17, the Chicago River becomes an Emerald Isle green color at 9AM before the downtown St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Irish American Heritage Center welcomes people during the festivities for St. Paddy’s Day.

While I was growing up on the northwest side of Chicago, my Father used to shop at Centrella and the Edmunds Food Market for fresh cabbage, carrots, and potatoes for a boiled Irish corned beef brisket. Seafood, corned beef, Colcannon potatoes, and all the traditional Irish American food is served for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Everyone is Irish American for St. Patrick’s Day.


The first day of March adds a fresh feeling when drizzling rain and moisture permeate the air, instead of the cold chill of winter. I found my bright green duck for luck, ready to sit out in the Spring rain showers. Afterwards, I was lucky enough to find "Where in Chicago?" can everyone celebrate the greening and dyeing of the Chicago River and ‘All the Ways" to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day in the Windy City. The green duck is in luck!

In March, everyone is part of the Chi-Town and go green on March 11th to the South Side Irish Parade. One week later, on March 17, the Chicago River becomes an Emerald Isle green color at 9AM before the downtown St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Irish American Heritage Center welcomes people during the festivities for St. Paddy’s Day.

While I was growing up on the northwest side of Chicago, my Father used to shop at Centrella and the Edmunds Food Market for fresh cabbage, carrots, and potatoes for a boiled Irish corned beef brisket. Seafood, corned beef, Colcannon potatoes, and all the traditional Irish American food is served for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Everyone is Irish American for St. Patrick’s Day.

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