firstname.lastname@example.orgThe book was an instant hit in France, selling 500,000 copies as soon as it was published to become the country's best-seller in 1987. It also won the writer eight French literary awards, including the Prix Cazes and the Prix de L'Asie, and was shortlisted for the Prix Goncourt, one of France's most important literary prizes.
Dressed in red and blue academic gowns and caps, Eliamoni Titus Lyatuu from Tanzania, as well as his schoolmates from other African and Southeast Asian countries, are excited to finally finish their 3-year PhD at CAAS. They will soon return to their countries and work in governments and agricultural organizations."I was really moved by the work that Tien was doing," she said. "I truly connected with the project."