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After Fleeing Vietnam at 20, This Entrepreneur Built A Thriving Education Franchise

Hao Lam learned the power of persistence at a young age, and used it to create Best In Class Education, a franchise with 59 locations across the country.
Source: Ben Leddusire
Ben Leddusire

Hao Lam knows how to work hard to reach a  -- for much of his young life, he didn’t have any other choice. As a Chinese boy growing up in Saigon after the Vietnam War, he tried to escape more than 10 times over a span of 11 years. Finally, in 1988, at the age of 20, he succeeded, arriving at a

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