Dear readers,

I am very happy to tell you that my second book entitled “A Life Worth Living” has been translated into Chinese and is now available in Ebook format via Google Play. You may purchase and read some chapters for free. If you like what you read, please consider buying the full book to support my efforts.

At this moment buying the Ebook will help me fund my much needed cervical spine surgery that must be done in May 2018.

亲爱的读者,

我很高兴地告诉你,我的第二本书《生命因你而值得》已经翻译成中文。目前此书已在Google Play上架。您可以免费阅读一些章节。如果你喜欢你阅读的内容,请考虑购买全书以支持我的努力。

若您购买我的电子书将会资助我在2018年5月的颈椎手术。

https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=FIBVDwAAQBAJ


Yvonne Foong

As a child, Yvonne Foong dreamed of growing up to help others. To achieve her ambition, she began studying to become a psychologist. But things changed when tumours were discovered in her body at the age of sixteen. She was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis type 2 -- a genetic illness with no cure. Fighting for survival, Yvonne turned to fundraising and embarked on a medical odyssey to the United States. Her experiences since then have transformed her into a motivational speaker; inspiring hope, faith and strength. Yvonne is currently working to establish a humanitarian foundation that provides NF patients in Malaysia with financial and logistical support. Visit Works of Gratitude to learn more.

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