Hae-Lyun Kang was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1968 and grew up in Sydney, Australia from 1970. She graduated from the University of Western Sydney with a BA in English, Text and Writing and Asian Studies. She has spent a year in Japan in 1992/1993 and a year in South Korea in 1999/2000 ESL teaching. She lives in Sydney. Forty Bibles and Forty Dictionaries is her first book.
“A memoir on the family of the man who committed affray in front of Prince Charles in January 1994.”*
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ISBN: 978-1-922238-01-6 (pbk.)
Subject: Non-Fiction - Memoir