6/28 (Fri) A Lecture by Kim Thuy “Tracing my Journey From a refugee to a novelist “



~ Tracing my Journey From a refugee to a novelist~

A lecture that talks about the path that Ms. Kim Thuy who has been acclaimed worldwide has walked, along with the theme of “woman and social contribution.” Talk about your experiences as refugees due to war and regime collapse from Ms. Thuy, a best-selling author.

Date: June 28, 2019 (Fri)
Reception: 16:30 Lecture: 17: 00-18: 30
◆ Place: University of Sacred Heart 4th Building, Brit Memorial Hall
◆ Participation fee: free
◆ Registration: Only those who are outside the school need to make a reservation
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Kim Thuy Profile
Born in 1968 in Saigon, (Ho Chi Minh City) Vietnam. In the aftermath of the Vietnam War, they left the country as boat people with their families. She applied for immigration to Canada and currently live in Quebec. In 2010, she presented her first novel, Ogawa, based on her experiences with refugees. This work receives the Canadian Governor General Literature Award.
April 2019 Invited researcher at University of Sacred Heart (SHISF)

【Sequential interpretation】 French to Japanese: Prof. Steve Corbeil