Lulu In The Sky: A Daughter Of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing, And Double Happiness
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By Cat Barton (AFP) – 11 hours ago
HANOI — Sold into a brothel as a child, Cambodian activist Somaly Mam has become one of the most recognisable, glamorous and controversial faces of the global anti-sex slavery movement.
The quirky, energetic campaigner boasts a string of celebrity supporters and has been named a CNN hero of the year, but she is as divisive among anti-trafficking activists as she is beloved by the international press. Read Full Story
Barnes & Noble, Author Event
Loung Ung, reads her new book, Lulu in the Sky: A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing and Double Happiness
Wednesday May 02, 2012 7:00 PM
28801 Chagrin Blvd
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Phnom Penh Post, Monday, 30 April 2012
Business is the most important activity for the Cambodian people. The government does not have the resources to support the 14.8 million people who live in this small, unique country and the multi-national corporations that come here are legally obligated to their shareholders to make profits.
2012 Cambodian New Year falls on Friday, April 13th. Perhaps the most important holiday in Cambodians, the celebrations last three days
Read about inspiration for Lulu in the Sky by author Loung Ung
Phnom Penh Post, April 10, 2012
A dearth of trained mental health workers, a history of conflict and a lack of coordination has resulted in a weak and fragmented mental th system, while survivors of trauma continue to seek explanations for the horrors they experienced or witnessed. Read Full Article
To inaugurate the 10×10 Book Club, we bring you the work of bestselling writer and international activist Loung Ung. Her debut memoir, First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, is the perfect choice to kick things off! REad More about 10×10 book club!