SBS Internal Staff Magazine: Thang’s Story, Issue 5, 2011
10 Responses to “A SBS Story: Thang Ngo”
Thang, how lucky we all are that after a childhood spent whispering you are now out, proud and LOUD!
Thanks Pam, was interesting recounting the story!
Thanks for sharing a slice of your story, it was beautifully told – easy to picture but hard to imagine.
And the bravery of your parents…their sense of adventure and opportunity is inspiring.
Thanks Genevieve… I have a lot to be thankful for
I’m so proud and inspired to know you. We’ve only just met (through the wonder of Twitter) and your story is so moving and I know many others will relate and draw inspiration from you. Keep up the sharing and lets do another #VietTUB very soon!
Best to you,
Thanks Tony.. let’s catch up soon!
this is such a beautiful story Thang! this also reminded me of what happened to me and my parents when we first arrived in Australia.
I think you’re right sugarpuffy, it’s a common migrant story
lovely story Thang! Thanks for sharing. I notice you have a bowl cut there
Oh yes, that home bowl cut!
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