內容簡介 Albert Tang was only five years old, but he can still vividly recall that day in 1970 when he opened the front door to his home in Cambodia. He saw a group of armed soldiers had arrived to guard the perimeter of the school where he and his family lived. This signaled the beginning of the Cambodian civil war-as well as the atrocities and genocide by dictator Pol Pot's communist regime. In this memoir, Albert provides the perspective of a young boy who witnessed the brutal Khmer Rouge in action and who suffered under the communists. Their actions not only devastated the adults living under the regime but also the children who were robbed of the opportunity to go to school. Many Cambodians fled their country and became refugees in Thailand. Many of them never returned home. But with determination, perseverance, a positive attitude, hard work, and some luck, some of these refugees found the chance to start a new life. Join Albert as he shares an inspiring story of endurance, courage, and hope in The Road to Freedom.
作者介紹 Albert Tang is likeable, great with people, and always ready to help others. He is always willing to share his extraordinary life experiences with anyone willing to listen. He has a candid, honest, and friendly style that has helped him overcome many challenges. He likes outdoor activities, hiking, and sightseeing.