Little Daughter: A Memoir Of Survival In Burma And The West

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Penguin Canada, Jun 2, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
Zoya Phan was born in the remote jungles of Burma to the Karen tribe, which for decades has been resisting Burma's brutal military junta. At age 13, her peaceful childhood was shattered when the Burmese army attacked. So began two terrible years of running, as Zoya was forced to join thousands of refugees hiding in the jungle. Her family scattered, her brothers went deeper into the war, and Zoya, close to death, found shelter at a Thai refugee camp, where she stayed until 2005 when she fled to the U.K. and claimed asylum. There, in a twist of fate, she became the public face of the Burmese people's fight for freedom. This is her inspirational story.

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Zoya Phan, is an international spokesperson for a global campaign to free the people of Burma. Damien Lewis is a British writer and filmmaker who, with Mende Nazer, co-authored Slave, now translated into 22 languages.

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