Tate Publishing Author Writes Book About Surviving the Khmer Rouge
Tate Publishing author Oni Vitandhamís book On the Wings of a White Horse: A Cambodian Princessís Story of Surviving the Khmer Rouge Genocide is a moving and inspirational account of the authorís life, from the jungles of Cambodia to the streets of America.
Vitandhamís book is an important work that documents the cruelty of the Khmer Rouge regime while championing the survival of the author, a young victim of their terror.Ē The Introduction was written by Dith Pran, whose own story was told in the award winning movie, ďThe Killing Fields.Ē
Vitandham was born in a jungle cave in a small province of Cambodia. Now, an American citizen residing in Long Beach, California, she is passionate about rescuing other children from social and cultural injustice. She founded the Progressive United Action Association, known as PUAA in 1995, dedicated to enriching the lives of Cambodian children through education and humanitarian relief. She is a sought after speaker who shares her story of escape from Cambodia only to face new challenges to overcome on the streets of America.
On the Wings of a White Horse may be purchased nationwide from any bookstore, or online through several internet web sites including barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com, and target.com, or you may email email@example.com to order the book. For more information visit www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore.
To contact the author directly you may e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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