Khrih Thawng fled to Kuala Lumpur to escape the war in Myanmar. This is where he met his wife, Tuan Hnem Par. As a highly skilled cabinet maker, he worked for ten years using his skills to earn a living for his family. An Australian relative sponsored him and his family on a humanitarian visa and they were resettled in South Australia in 2019. He soon found a job as a cabinet maker for a private firm. He has been working for nine months. In February this year, he bought a three-bedroom house. “I have always wanted a house to call my own,” he said. His wife is pleased with the veggie patch that comes with the house. AMRC is supporting them to relocate to their new home and prepare them for citizenship.