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Obama's younger brother steps into the spotlight 專訪奧巴馬胞弟

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Uploaded on Nov 9, 2009

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For most fans and followers of US President Barack Obama here in Hong Kong, it is well known that his half brother lives just across the border in Shenzhen.

Mark Okoth Obama Ndesandjo has made the special economic zone his home for the past seven years. In this interview with Dan Kadison, this once publicity-shy younger brother to the US president reveals a little more about himself.

Ndesandjo talks about domestic violence, his life in Shenzhen and his recently completed semi-autobiographic novel, Nairobi to Shenzhen. He also discusses President Obama's forthcoming visit to China and what it's been like living in Shenzhen.

專訪奧巴馬胞弟

香港的奧巴馬支持者大都知道,這位美國總統有位同父異母的胞弟--馬克(Mark Okoth Obama Ndesandjo)。馬克七年前移居深圳,並以當地為家。在今次專訪視頻中,向來作­風低調的馬克將暢談他的生活點滴,包括在深圳的生活、以及他最近完成的半自傳式小說。­他還談到對家庭暴力的看法、奈羅比和深圳的分別,以及對美國總統奧巴馬本週訪華的期望­。

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