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Kenneth Wong was born and raised in Rangoon, Burma, where he cultivated an addiction to aromatic Indian tea and an aversion to totalitarianism.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Kenneth Wong was born and raised in Rangoon, Burma, where he cultivated an addiction to aromatic Indian tea and an aversion to totalitarianism. He came to America at the age of twenty-one, not long after the 1988 massacre. After an unfulfilling decade in the financial industry, he decided to jump off his career path and begin making a living as a writer.
A Prayer for Burma book. After living in the United States for over a decade, Kenneth Wong returns to his native Burma-a country fraught with political upheaval and laden with superstition-to face the cultural specters of his own past and the spirit of a land trapped in time.
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After living in the United States for over a decade, Kenneth Wong returns to his native Burma - a country fraught with political upheaval and laden with superstition - to face the cultural specters of his own past and the spirit of a land trapped in time. In the tradition of Orwell, Maugham and Theroux, Wong shows Burma as an exotic place that invites, frightens, teases and haunts citizens and visitors alike with its unique mixture of ill-kept Edwardian structures, pockmarked English mansions, and glittering Buddhist temples.
Kenneth Wong 黃忠民, London, United Kingdom. This 98 year old former officer of the British Army has written two books ('Ditched in Burma' and 'Chinese saved Brits') on his experience during the war. He has been warmly received by President Ma Ying-jeou 馬英九 in a number of occasions and the couple thoroughly enjoyed their meetings with the President. I thanked Captain Fitzpatrick for fighting for our freedom. It was my absolute pleasure to meet this war hero in person this evening.
Let us unite in a moment of thought for the Burmese people.
Wong is the author of A Prayer for Burma, a travelogue and memoir about growing up under military rule. English Grammar in Use Book with Answers: A Self-Study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Learners of English by Raymond Murphy (Paperback, 2012). His short stories, articles, and essays have appeared in Myanmar Times, Irrawaddy, San Francisco Chronicle, AGNI, and Grain magazines, among others.
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Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. BOOKS BY KENNETH E. HAGIN Redeemed From Poverty, Sickness and Spiritual Death What Faith Growin. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation. The Name of Jesus Kenneth E Hagin - Ekklesia. 95 Pages·2005·556 KB·45,591 Downloads.
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