"The story of your life is not your life. It is your story."
- John Barth

It is the personal narrative that matters
and not the mere facts of my life.
My life story covers a vast array of incidents
including the positive and negative impact
of my caregivers, teachers, neighbours and even my playmates.

Most importantly however is what I did
with the difficult experiences in my life.
Rather than seeing myself as a victim
I harnessed the transformation effects of the loss,
the abuse and the discrimination to give meaning to my life.

And my struggle continues...

Photo - taken in my garden
Coming Soon -
The story of a life filled with abuse.
The story of Deborah Ho-Chung, a fighter, a survivor!