The Unforgettable Memoirs: My Life, Shanghai Local Church, and Watchman Nee Lily M. Hsu, M.D. It is a story of serious introspection and exploration of a precious spiritual heritage. The events surrounding the Local Church Movement and its leader Watchman Nee are an important chapter in the Chinese church's 20th century history. Not all its pages have been transparent. A dense fog within the local church itself hinders historical transparency. There is more to see and learn. In her youth, author Lily Hsu was baptized at the Shanghai Local Church (i.e. Shanghai Christian Assembly, SCA) and went through its raging storms of conflict and controversy. She pursued God, and effective worship. Stunned by church failings, she tumbled away and withdrew from God and the church. Finally, by the amazing grace of God, she committed herself to God once again. With great courage, personal experience and an assiduous exploration of SCA's history, she lifts the fog on major historical facts and directs our sight to the importance of SCA as a spiritual movement. Her purpose is not to condemn but to offer prompt and positive inspiration--lessons for the Christians and churches of today. This is a book of invaluable personal and spiritual recollections. Author Dr. Hsu strives to write words without the opaque fog of pride and historical distortions.