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TRFBWcoverThe remarkable and poignant stories of Hung Nguy and Hue Nguyen’s family from the 1960’s to the 1980’s, when they moved from Svay Rieng, to Bo Dau, and on to Ho Chi Minh City, then back to the countryside, and finally sought to leave Indochina, are told in The River Flows Both Ways: Following the Mekong Out of Vietnam and Cambodia, written by Gary Chapman and published in October 2014. After five years, a series of failed attempts, imprisonments and refugee camps, three teenage sons finally completed the journey to the United States.

The book is available from https://www.createspace.com/4977913http://www.Amazon.com, and your local bookseller.

Members of the Nguy family are interested in other peoples’ experiences related to their experiences in Cambodia and Vietnam, and their emigration, and other published memoirs, reported to chaplinesblog.com, or Email at gchapman@scciowa.edu

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