Little Daughter: A Memoir of Survival in Burma and the West
Ontario, Canada: The Penguin Group
2009, 334 pages
This is the true story of an ethnic Karen girl named Zoya Phan. At 14 years old, Zoya's childhood was shattered as the Burmese army attacked and her family fled to Thailand where they spent years in a refugee camp. As a gifted student, Zoya eventually left the camp to attend college on a scholarship and in 2004 she fled to the UK and claimed asylum. Today, she works for the human rights organization Burma Campaign UK.
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