20 January, 2016 10:00 am
Book Festival

Princeton Book Salon for “The Boy with a Bamboo Heart.”

Princeton, New Jersey
January 20, 2016

Princeton Book Salon for “The Boy with a Bamboo Heart.”

When: January 20, 2016

Where:

Princeton, New Jersey

“A riveting, wrenching and inspiring account of a life’s journey. Dr. Amporn’s remarkable story is not about childhood survival or war-time battles, rather a life-long struggle to defeat his demons and transform his fate.” Nelson Rand, author and journalist.

This event inaugurates a series of Book Salons to be held in private homes or venues hosted to be announced throughout the year. These smaller more intimate events are intended to foster more in-depth conversations about the book.

Should you be interested in attending such an event, please email me at chantal.jauvin@gmail.com. The decision to invite additional guests will be at the host’s discretion.

Copies of the book will be available for sale at the Book Salons. All author proceeds are being donated to the FORDEC charity.

Thank you to the hosts for their generosity in holding these events.

About Dr. Amporn Wathanavongs: He is the current CEO and founder of FORDEC (Foundation for the Rehabilitation and Development of Children and Family). He is also the former National Director of the Christian Children’s Fund. Dr. Amporn works relentlessly to educate Thai children and help their families. He received the Order of the Crown of Thailand in 1996 in recognition of his work.

About Chantal Jauvin: Chantal is an international attorney. She has travelled extensively throughout her life with an aim of building an international career. She has lived in Japan, Cambodia, Russia, the U.S., and Austria, taking shorter assignments in Vietnam and pursued her MBA studies in the UK. She negotiated in Paris, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo often enough to almost call these cities home. She has addressed the Central Banks of Spain and South Africa, worked with companies from Ghana to Uzbekistan, and mentored attorneys from Dubai to Mumbai. Chantal and her husband, William Thomas, reside in the Art Museum area of Philadelphia.

    If you have any questions about the event please send us a message.