‘Writing Through’ promotes thinking skills

Publication date 06 April 2020 | 21:13 | ICT

Some 14 years ago, Sue Guiney visited Cambodia for the first time and it changed her life. She has gone on to write novels based in the Kingdom. She then started her mission to give back to the country that inspired her so much.

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