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Compelling story of surviving civil war, genocide, rape and abortion, escaping sex traffickers - a hellish life, only to be reborn miraculously, into a new life. She meets her Prince of Love, becomes rich, then poor again. Where did all her US$ millions go? Her memoir is a springboard for a larger story. Was Pol Pot's genocide like Hitler's "Final Solution"? She exposes "The Killing Fields" movie as a fake - not about killing. She debunks genocide deniers and re-writes Cambodian history. She writes how she crash-lands in racist Australia, and how she becomes famous fighting court battles against property shysters - she is in the Press. She exposes Australia's epidemic of gender-based violence, how it has become an immoral human trafficker. Readers will be appalled. She fights for women's rights and empowerment. She shows how men are holding back women's potential. And that too many white people discriminate against those who are not white. She speaks from experience. Her Story is a triumph of the spirit. This is a story she was born to write. It will be an inspiration to women of the world.
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Sokhom Prins was born in Cambodia in 1970. Her life was a struggle (through civil war, genocide, personal tragedy and cataclysmic family events), to survive miraculously, and then to tell her story. In 1993 she meets her Prince, finds love, travels the world, builds up a property empire in Australia – but becomes a victim of this country’s injustice, racists and shysters. ...................... Her memoir is based on her own life experiences. She achieved a Ph.D. from the University of Life! She had to write this book – it was an innocent promise she made to herself since the age of 5, because of what was happening to her, around her, and in the world. .................. It is also miraculous that she was able to write a substantial book at all in English (her second language), without any formal education (beyond high school in Cambodia). She had to learn English by herself, persevering for nearly 20 years. She never gave up! "Love of life" is her sacred philosophy. When she told white people that she is writing a book, they didn't believe her . .................. Australia is the last place where she wanted to start her writing career, but she was cornered by life. “Down under” is a fitting description of Australia: it does its best to keep non-whites (especially Asians), “down under”. Meantime she and her husband are still living in Australia, while she continues with her passion for writing, & developing "Prins Publishing House" . ...................... Her memoir is a springboard for a better world, to be achieved through writing the following books: (i) a political memoir/narrative, “Cry My Beloved Cambodia”; (ii) a cook book (focused on international cuisine); (iii) “Woman General” - about women empowerment; and (iv) “A Love Story; with more to come!
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