I finally had a chance to visit the exhibition, Torn From Home: My Life as a Refugee yesterday with my sisters. The first part of this video is about my family, and the photos of the people that we knew at Nong Kai Refugee camp, some went to Canada, France and the United States. Then… Continue reading The Exhibition, Torn From Home: My Life as a Refugee
I can identify with the title, and after seeing the photo of Khue Khang stands in front of a photo taken of him when he was 14 at the Nong Khai Refugee Camp, this I can say that I had been there, and done that, in fact, I too lived in Nong Khai Refugee Camp… Continue reading Torn from Home: My Life as a Refugee
I think the laws of gravity of, “What goes up must come down” doesn’t hold true anymore, it appears that gas prices are on the rise. It’s a big commotion here at my work about the price of gas, just yesterday; I paid $3.71 per gallon for 87 gas. One of my co-workers went by… Continue reading Going Up Again!
It’s almost expected that no news is good news, which suggested that not hearing about a situation suggests that nothing bad has happened. If this is the case then the world is a perfect place but in reality, it is not like that. As soon as we turn on our television, read our morning newspapers,… Continue reading Danger From People…A Handicap Society That We’re Living In