The Happiest Refugee
by Anh Do
Editor: Allen & Unwin
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Anh Doing almost not do it for AustraliaHis whole family came close to losing their lives on the sea, as they escaped torn apart by the Vietnam War in an overloaded boat.But nothing, no pirate murderer, no imminent threat of death by hunger, disease or dehydration because they drifted for days – could stifle their desire for a better life in a country where freedom exists.Life in Australia has been hard, a never-ending succession of broken work, crowded, ruthless rooms of the owners and make everything done.But there was a loving family, and always friends and play and laugh for Anh, his brother Khoa and their sister Tramway.Things became more difficult if their father left home when Anh was thirteen years old – they felt his loss very deeply and their mother fought to support the family on her own.His mother’s sacrifice was a source of inspiration for Anh and he worked hard during his teens to help him make ends meet, also managing high school and university graduates.Another source of inspiration was the actor Anh met when he was about to sign for 60 hours a week corporate work.Anh asked how many hours he worked.” Four”, the answer came back, and that he wasHe was going to be an actorThe Happiest Refugee tells the incredible, edifying and inspiring story of the life of one of our celebrity blows.Tragedy, humor, heartbreak and a firm determination – a great life with big dreamsAnh history stories move and have fun all those who read it
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