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BAE SAH MO  (Book Launching day : November 25. 2006)



Chanwoo’s Story  (Book Launching day : March 27. 2008)


DSCN8318 BAE SAH MO translated from the Korean describes people who have the strong desire to learn. With this in mind, the idea of BAE SAH MO Youth journals is born. With the acclaimed writer Bruce Meyer as editor, students of the BAE  SAH MO program explore the art of the written word and present their ideas about the world around them. DSCN8319 Chanwoo’s story is based on real experiences and situations as narrated by clients in family and couples counseling sessions. As such, the book will serve as a useful educational resource for social workers, counselors and social service organizations working toward the prevention of family violence. While the book deals with a mature subject matter, we believe it is in the best interests of the entire family and so it was deliberately written in a style that would be accessible to adults and young readers alike.

The Back of our Father  (Book Launching day : June 12. 2010)



The Manual: Prevention of Crime  (Book Launching day : June 12. 2010)


The Back of our Father is the story-telling book that FUTFS publishes by gathering stores from people. It is divided into three sections. First, as children, anecdotes about any special memories of your father or anything you want to tell your father. Second, as a father, anecdotes reflecting on memories with children or any lived experiences or episodes raising children.
Third, stories from FUTFS about importance of father, communication skills to improve father and child’s relationships, and healthy family.
Due to great and small business crimes, many Koreans operating a small business in Toronto suffer economic loss and mental distress. In addition, most people do not exactly know how to prevent business crimes effectively. This manual is for maintaining a business the best for its further development in Canadian society as well as protecting the safety of themselves and their families.