Spirit of Survival
In l98l, journalist and author of the bestselling Passages, Gail Sheehy, journeyed to Thailand to do a story on Cambodian refugees. In a camp there, she took into her heart an unforgettable elevan-year-old orphan named Mohm, who, nine months later, began a new life in New York as her adopted daughter. This is Mohm's story.
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Cambodia April 1975
Rainy Season 1975
New York City April 1975
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