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Keep My Memory Safe - A message from Dr. Stephanie Chitpin

I hope you would consider giving the art of literature to a loved one or recommend Keep My Memory Safe by Stephanie Chitpin to a friend to enjoy the magic of Canadian Art this Holiday Season. Keep My Memory Safe is now on Baraka’s website and can be pre-ordered at: https://www.barakabooks.com/catalogue/keep-memory-safe/


All proceeds from the sales of this book will go to the Ah Feeti of Fook Soo Am Memorial Scholarship. https://education.uottawa.ca/en/news/university-ottawa-faculty-education-announces-new-scholarship-memory-ah-feeti-fook-soo-am

University of Ottawa Faculty of Education announces new scholarship in memory of Ah Feeti of Fook Soo Am In 1954, a dedicated Buddhist nun purchased land through generous donations and built the Fook Soo Am temple in an underserved part of Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius. Her name was Ah Feeti and she was known as a person of high moral principles, which she practised diligently throughout her life. Often compared to Mother Teresa, worshippers from around the world come to pray at Fook ... education.uottawa.ca

Enjoy, Happy Holidays Everyone, and Thank You!


Very best wishes,

Stephanie Chitpin


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