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Podcast: Is there hope for Myanmar? With Chris Mabey

20 January 2022

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Chris Mabey with his wife, April

Chris Mabey with his wife, April

Chris Mabey is interviewed on the podcast this week about the deepening political crisis in Myanmar, and the plight of Christians in the country. His book, Whispers of Hope: A family memoir of Myanmar, tells the story of how he came to understand the rich, nuanced history of Burma/Myanmar, through the family of his Burmes wife, April.

He has also written on the crisis in Myanmar for this week’s Church Times (21 January).

Chris Mabey is a chartered psychologist and Emeritus Professor at Middlesex University Business School.

Whispers of Hope is published by Penguin Random House at £29.99 (Church Times Bookshop £26.99); 9-7898-1-495425-9. 


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