My book, MUSLIMS LIKE US: A Bridge to Moderate Muslims was advertised in the Sunday New York Times Book Review on March 22, 2015. It offers practical means, and background knowledge for cross-cultural encounter with Muslims, in particular, developed at the height of the Cold War when I was working...
Lydia Kwa was born in Singapore and has lived in Canada since 1980. She is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Vancouver. She published her first book, The Colours of Heroines, with Women's Press, Toronto in 1994. Her first novel, This Place Called Absence, published by Turnstone Press, will be released in Spring 2000.