In a life filled with extreme experiences and many twists and turns, Manyang finds himself in turns, helpless, lost but also capable and philanthropic. Constantly moving between struggling himself and helping others who struggle, Manyang takes us through his journey from the refugee camp in Kenya to life in Australia, a bumpy first visit and return to homeland in South Sudan combined in one trip and a future back in Melbourne where, connected to an international diaspora, he shares his story and fundraises to help those disaffected back home. From refugee life to nightclubs, from police work to jail time, from lack to sufficiency, from one side of the world to the other and back and then back again. Manyang’s memoir of his life so far will make you feel grateful for the small important things in life and give you hope that even one individual can make a difference.
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