Arthur Liu Biography
Arthur Liu is an American attorney who immigrated to the U.S. from the Sichuan Province in southwestern China in 1989. He is famous for being the father of Alysa Liu. He studied and taught English in Chinese college.
He then earned a master’s of Business Administration at Cal State East Bay before getting a degree at UC Hastings College of Law in San Francisco.
Alysa Liu, a 12-year-old skater who won the US Figure Skating Championships in San Jose, California, last month, and her father Liu.
Arthur Liu Age
He is around 55 years old as of 2023. His age is currently not available, research is ongoing will update it as soon as it is available.
Arthur Liu Education
Arthur graduated from South China Teachers University, B.A., 1984; Zhongshan University, Canton; California State Universi Hastings College of the Law, University of California, J.D., 1998, he is now working for Inter-Pacific Law Group, Inc. at 1904 Franklin Street, Suite 418 Oakland, CA 94612. The attorney is a member of State Bar of California; Asian-American Bar Association; American Immigration Lawyer’s Association.
Arthur Liu Height| Weight
Liu stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.
Arthur Liu Family
Arthur, who is an attorney, is from a small village in the Sichuan Province, China, arriving in the US in 1989, aged 25. He left China soon after the unrest that led to the Tiananmen Square massacre.
Arthur Liu Alysa Liu Father
Arthur has four children, Alysa Liu is her oldest daughter and like her four siblings, she was conceived through an egg donor and a surrogate mother. She has attended Chinese school for three years, then attended the Oakland School for the Arts, which offers an emphasis in figure skating.
Alysa Liu together with her siblings a 9-year-old sister and 8-year-old triplets were conceived through anonymous egg donors and surrogate mothers. Liu once said in an interview that he was the mom and the dad and all that Alysa needs.
During an interview, Arthur revealed that Alysa started asking questions about her familial background at an early age. She would ask why she looked different not like a Chinese. He said that as she grew she began asking detailed questions and Liu had to explain to her that she has a biological mother and a surrogate mother. –saharabuzz.com
Arthur Liu Wife
He has no record of ever being married. He has gotten his children through surrogate parenthood.
Youngest U.S. Women’s Figure Skating Champ Ever Gave Her Medal to Her Dad for the Sweetest Reason.
Alysa Liu made history on Friday when she clinched first place for women at the 2019 U.S. Figure Skating Championship in Detroit, Michigan as the youngest winner ever at the age of 13.
Liu’s astounding performance included landing two triple axels during her free skate, making her the first American woman to make two. She also landed a triple axel in her short program, becoming only the fourth American woman to do so in competition (the first was Tonya Harding in 1991, followed by Kimmie Meissner in 2005 and most recently, Mirai Nagasu at the PyeongChang Olympics in 2018).
The Northern California skater broke the record previously held by Tara Lipinski as the youngest U.S. women’s champion when she won at age 14 in 1997. According to the Today Show, Lipinski, who was a commentator for the event, told Liu: “I’m so proud of you, records are meant to be broken and I’m so happy you broke the record.”
Liu, who stands at 4′ 7″, needed help to climb onto the 2-foot tall first place podium, where she received her gold medal. Following the ceremony, she gave her medal to her father, Arthur Liu, as thanks for his help in helping her achieve her victory.
“He just helps me so much bringing me to the rink every day, and I think he puts in a lot of effort and he deserves it,” Liu said during an appearance on the Today Show.
While at 13 Liu is too young to compete internationally on the senior level, she’ll be 16 and well within eligibility for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China. She’ll definitely be one to watch, as the U.S. hasn’t won an Olympic medal for women’s figure skating since 2006.