Black Inc Publishing
Alice Pung's memoir traces her family fleeing to Australia from the killing fields of Cambodia in the time of the Khmer Rouge. Her family kept Cambodian traditions alive in their daily lives, and Alice was torn between these and the Australian way of life. The author reveals the trials of adjusting to new and different cultural traditions.
Cross cultural relations, Cultural traditions, Family, Immigrants
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