Jamie Tsai, 19, student

To give: "If I give someone a present -- (I want it to be one) that every time he sees it he'll think of me."<br><br>

To receive: "What the gift is, is not important. The memory it invokes of the giver is what is important so that -- every time I see it I will think of the person who gave it to me."<br><br>

( Abel Uribe, Chicago Tribune / November 30, 2012 )

To give: "If I give someone a present -- (I want it to be one) that every time he sees it he'll think of me."

To receive: "What the gift is, is not important. The memory it invokes of the giver is what is important so that -- every time I see it I will think of the person who gave it to me."

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