Shun Yan Cheung is a ramblin' reck from Georgia Tech and a hell of a street fighter. He is better known as "Zorro" (because he steal candy from the secretary :-)) and is often disguised as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Emory University. He went through great trouble perfecting his disguise by completing a formal education with a PhD in Computer Science from College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia in 1990. He was careful to reveil nothing of and about himself. The only leak about his past existance that he could not cover is the Kleinrock's descendents tree which indicates that Shun Yan Cheung is an direct academic descendent of the illustrious Leonard Kleinrock of UCLA who was one of the first to study the "Packet Network" technology which became the technology of the Internet. Shun Yan Cheung appears to be a leaf in the Kleinrock Tree through Mostafa Ammar , Johnny Wong , Richard Muntz and Ed Coffman (who recently retired from BellLabs in 1999). The plots thickens when a different source reports the confusing fact that Shun Yan Cheung was a student of Mustaque Ahamad... The plot thickens further as a confusing trace of Cheung's lineage put him in the improbable country of the Netherlands where he rumored to have studied Applied Mathematics in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at Technical University of Delft (formerly known as, Technische Hogeschool Delft or THD), where he obtained the Ingeneur degree in 1984 with Cum Laude. But the fact remains that Shun Yan Cheung is deadly dangerous, specializing in Haidoken and Hoyoken, Hurricane Kick, Flik Flak and Tigerslide. His research interest includes Street Fighter II, Street Fighter Alpha, Killer Instinct, Killer Instinct II, Killer Instinct Gold, Performance Evaluation, Network QoS, Multicasting, High Speed Networking (ATM), Wireless Networks, Networked Multimedia, Parallel Process Simulation, and Replicated Data Management Protocols.
Shun Yan Cheung, a.k.a. Zorro,
take on the disguise at left when he teaches at Emory...
His teaching schedule and office hours can be found here: click here
The German philosopher Emanuel Kant formulate a different position called "Categorical Imperitive": Morality begins when you don't want to do it but still do it because it is right.
Aristotle would disagree with this position. He'll say the point that "you don't want to do good and you only do it because it is right" is the point that "you are just trying to be good" and "you are not really good".
According to Aristotle, if you are good, then you want to do good and it makes you happy to do it. And it should make you happy to do it because you were designed to do it.
Prof. Timothy Shutt