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Minfong Ho (1951-) Biography - Career, Awards, Honors, Writings, Sidelights - Personal, Addresses, Member, Work in Progress

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Born 1951, in Rangoon, Burma; Education: Attended Tunghai University (Taichung, Taiwan), 1968-69; Cornell University, B.A. (honors), 1973, M.F.A., 1980. Religion: Agnostic. Hobbies and other interests: Swimming, hiking, growing things.

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Authors Guild, PEN America.

Jataka Tales: A Selection of Buddha's Birth Stories; Duty Free, a novel about 1840s Singapore; The Ballad of Mulan, the Woman Warrior; Morenak Mayda; The Great Pond, translation of the Thai novel by Thepsiri; Sojourn, a historical novel about the first Chinese in Nantucket, 1807.

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over 4 years ago

this is great for a biography but its not enough info



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about 6 years ago

I liked your book it made me sad and i cried a little bit. Jk. I am a man and i dont cry but is still was a good book. i have never seen a book so good. that was like the best book i have ever read. i really enjoyed it. thanks for publishing it.

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about 6 years ago

I really like your book it made me cry a little jk i am a man and i dont cry over a book but it was still a good book it made me feel like i wanted to change my life around and be a good person so i thank you for being my insperation minfong you are the best

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about 6 years ago

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17 days ago

HI,
Six of my students read The Clay Marble and are writing you a letter. I would like to mail the letters to you. Could you provide me with an mailing address, please. Thanks
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