The Happiest Refugee by Anh Do
By Anh Do
The bestselling, laugh-out-loud, succeed in on your hanky tale of 1 of Australia's best-loved comedians.
Anh Do approximately didn't make it to Australia. His complete relatives got here with regards to wasting their lives at the sea as they escaped from war-torn Vietnam in an overcrowded boat. yet not anything - now not murderous pirates, nor the approaching danger of dying through starvation, illness or dehydration as they drifted for days - may possibly quench their wish to make a greater lifestyles in a rustic the place freedom existed.
Life in Australia was once not easy, an unending succession of back-breaking paintings, crowded rooms, ruthless landlords and make-do every thing. yet there has been a loving , and regularly pals and play and whatever to snort approximately for Anh, his brother Khoa and their sister Tram. issues received tougher while their father left domestic whilst Anh was once 13 - they felt his loss very deeply and their mom struggled to help the relatives on her own.
His mother's sacrifice used to be an suggestion to Anh and he labored demanding in the course of his teenage years to aid her make ends meet, additionally dealing with to graduate highschool after which collage. one other thought was once the comic Anh met while he used to be approximately to join up for a 60-hour per week company activity. Anh requested what number hours he labored. 'Four,' the reply got here again, and that used to be it. He used to be going to be a comedian!
The Happiest Refugee tells the exceptional, uplifting and encouraging existence tale of 1 of our favorite personalities. Tragedy, humour, heartache and loyal choice - a massive existence with massive goals. Anh's tale will stream and amuse all who learn it.
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