WORTHINGTON — Twin brothers Hser Eh and Hser Moo Pwae were 9 years old when they arrived in the United States. Life was very different in Burma, their native country, where a civil war had been raging. In America, they needed to learn English. They needed to make friends. They needed to find a way to fit in.
“It was hard,” said Hser Moo. “We didn’t know the language. Especially school. School was hard. The way we made friends was being involved with sports. That’s how we made friends.” Continue reading at www.dglobe.com