Publisher: Aged Future Publisher
Pub. Date: March 2004
Format: 216 X 151 mm
Softcover: 288 pages
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|>>>This book is written in Korean only.
"However weak and pretty a flower may be, don't slap our dear children around the world with something as weak as a flower because every child is so precious to me." This is the message of a top actress in Korea, Kim Hae Ja, who has recently published a collection of essays. Acclaimed for appearing in numerous soap operas and establishing elegant, mother-like image, she began her relief activity 12 years ago. When she planned to make a trip with her daughter, she received a call from an international relief organization, which made her change the tour destation to Ethiopia. Watching African children suffering from famine and disease due to wars and domestic conflicts, Kim felt guilty and decided to do something that could help them shed no more tears. Afterwards, she dedicated herself to helping suffering children who need food aid, job-training and mental care in case of emergency. Now, she wants to share her experiences in the ill-fated world and calls for social attention to the poor children. If economic inequality is inevitable, it is the spirit of community and love for humnaity that can save our underprivileged neighbors from the painful situation.