Third Age Learning - York Region   



  • April 09, 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Aurora Cultural Centre
Thanh Campbell

Mr. Campbell, the author of Orphan 32 and a professional speaker, also operates 3 other businesses. He has been asked to sit on a number of boards and committees including McMaster Children’s Hospital new Health Centre and the Hamilton Media Arts Council, which discuss the issue of diversity portrayed in the media.

He is pleased to be launching two new internet TV shows that he will host, Hope for the World TV and Ambitious City TV which will be found on their respective Youtube Channels.  In 2014, Mr. Campbell was awarded the Paul Harris Fellow Award a prestigious award presented by the Rotary for those whose efforts are commended in community building.

Thanh was born in Vietnam and came over to Canada as part of the last flight out of Saigon in 1975 with 56 other orphan children. He has been invited to be a guest on such programs as CBC Radio, TVO, Canada AM, and 100 Huntley Street, in order to share his life story to the Nation.


Orphan 32

Thanh’s story began like many other Vietnamese orphans on Operation Babylift, but as he later discovered, his path had taken a much different direction from the rest.

This presentation reveals a remarkable journey of life, love, family and self-discovery.


 This event is part of the Spring 2018 Speaker series.

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