I am Henry. When I was 4 years old, my parents divorced and that ended my childhood. I was sent to live with relatives who struggled to earn a living. I marked cards in the gambling house and sold cigarettes on the streets.
I am Sandy. My father was a prison guard and our family of 6 lived in a simple two-bedroom flat in the prison. We had a stable life as the income of a government servant was assured but clearly the prospects were limited. When I cycled to school each day, I passed beautiful bungalows and vowed to myself that one day I too would live … Continue reading Sandy says ” I did it”
Hi I am Thomas. I made my first money by running a raffle-on-a-board when I was 12. Attractive prizes such as binoculars and a camera were stapled on to the top half of a large piece of thick cardboard to entice bettors. Tiny folded tickets were glued to the lower half of the board. My brothers hawked the mobile raffle around our village and neighboring … Continue reading Thomas says “I did it”