The Crappiest Refugee with Hung Le

17 Jun 2018
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Hub

The Crappiest Refugee with Hung Le

Join us as comedian and author, Hung Le chats with Stella Kinsella about “The Crappiest Refugee and treats us to a stand up session to close the festival.

On the last day of the Vietnam War, nine-year-old Hung jumped on a leaking prawn trawler on the Saigon River, somehow cheating death to become one of the first Vietnamese boat people to arrive Australia, a land where a young man’s potential is limited only by his imagination – that is unless you’re Hung Le.

Defying the stereotype, Hung wasn’t a math or computer whizz, he had no doctoring or lawyering abilities, spoke Vietnamese with an Australian accent, and couldn’t even play the violin. But what he was blessed with was funny bones, and through winning Red Faces on Hey Hey It’s Saturday he managed to make an international career playing the violin out of tune.

The Crappiest Refugee is a hilarious and endearing memoir about a boat person who never found his land legs, but who has always seen the funny side.

All tickets $10 (proceeds to West Welcome Wagon)

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