Albert Mah was both a bon vivant and daring hero. He was born in 1920 to Chinese immigrant parents in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Albert later became a celebrated pilot and flew hundreds of missions over the treacherous Burma Hump during the Sino-Japanese war. A man of great courage and loyalty, he risked his life during a dramatic rescue attempt of family members trapped in the conflict. Tune in to hear Albert Mah's riveting story.
The documentary on Albert Mah was created by Yvonne Gall.
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