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Bending with the Wind: Memoir of a Cambodian Couple's Escape to America

Event Type: Adult Program
Age Group(s): Adults
Date: 11/28/2012
Start Time: 7:30 PM
End Time: 8:45 PM
 "Bending with the Wind," by Bounchoeurn Sao and Diyana D. Sao, as told to Karline F. Bird, is a memoir of a Cambodian couple’s escape from the terrors of the Khmer Rouge to life in a Thai refugee camp and eventual settlement in Olympia. Bounchoeurn is a retired Olympia School district educator and interpreter for Cambodian and Lao refugees. Diyana is the owner and manager of a local janitorial business. Bird, a retired Olympia High School teacher, has taught English in Thailand and China. This program will occur after regular library hours; no other services will be available.
Library: Olympia Timberland Library    Map to the Olympia Library
Link: Bending with the Wind