Mill City Author Shares His Story of Journey from Africa to the US

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Joshua Zulu found education, freedom, and so much more through his immigration

Joshua Zulu

Most immigrants do not come to America seeking fame and fortune. They come seeking knowledge and work

Within the pages of Joshua Zulu’s new book, "Capture the Sun: A Zulu Man’s Story of Freedom through Hard Work and Education" ($18.99, paperback, 9781545609156; $8.99, e-book, 9781545609163), readers will find the captivating autobiographical story of a young African man growing up in his native third world land and finding opportunity to improve and advance himself by being educated and working in a first world country. The United States is known for its opportunities and success available to immigrants, and Zulu’s story shows just that, as readers can walk through the journey of an immigrant in this story.

“Most immigrants do not come to America seeking fame and fortune. They come seeking knowledge and work. They know acquiring a marketable skill is essential for living a secure and productive life,” says Zulu.

Joshua Zulu BSc, MBA, PE, 6 Sigma MBB, is a retired Caterpillar Inc. Engineering Manager. He received the Excellence in Design award from Design News magazine for his invention of a gearless hydro-mechanical transmission.

"Capture the Sun: A Zulu Man’s Story of Freedom through Hard Work and Education" is available online through mybookorders.com, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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