Thu 28 Mar 2013, 9 am
Vietnamese Women’s Museum
From the organizer:
Are you student? You have a good health with a nice dream for your future …. Have you ever thought that whether you live a meaningful life or not?
We are telling you about a woman who has suffered from muscular dystrophy when she was 10 years old. Each passing day, she always tries her best to fight against the disease to overcome her destiny. During more than 20 years, she is not only alive, but also actually lives a meaningful life for herself, for her family, and for the society.
To get these achievements, the nearly 40-year old woman with only 30 kg attempted to learn English by herself to become an English teacher, and now is a successful translator with more than 26 books.
Have you ever heard about this famous title: “Slumdog Millionaire”? It was translated from English to Vietnamese by the translator Nguyễn Bích Lan. She also translated these books “Life Without Limits” and “Unstoppable” of author Nick Vujicic, the world’s famous speaker with no limbs. In addition, she is also a writer having a memoir entitled “Never Collapse” which left a deep impression on readers.
We are here to help you see her, hear an incredible story of hope in her real life. After the conversation, it is sure about the thing “The life will be more meaningful if we dare to fight and win”
You will have chance to get her gifts.
Number of participants: 200 people.
Language: The talk is in Vietnamese.
To register, please contact: 0985770745 (Ms Thùy Linh), email firstname.lastname@example.org
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