Once upon a time, Mony Nop ate rats and mice to survive. He now is role model dedicated to giving back. From abject poverty, wondering where his next meal would come from, Mony Nop is self-made success who calls Livermore his home. The story of his escape from the Cambodia “Killing Fields”, where an estimated two million people were killed is filled with pain and inspiration. Following a riveting appearance in the Dancing with the Tri-Valley Stars, Nop has his sights set on the next goal and focused on a life of giving back. Not only a book author, realtor and public speaker, Nop may have a future in politics. Check out his story.

Mony Nop: From the Killing Fields to a Life of Gratitude

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May 23, 2018
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Mony Nop: From the Killing Fields to a Life of Gratitude

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