– Quê quán tại Vĩnh Long
– Là sĩ quan không quân của Quân Lực Việt Nam Cộng Hoà – Đại úy trong quân đội Nam Việt Nam (QLVNCH)
– Là phi công bị thương trong trận đánh tấn công Tết năm 1968
– Nhận rất nhiều huy chương trong thời gian phục vụ quân đội
– bị giam cầm năm năm sau khi Sài Gòn thất thủ năm 1975.
– Trốn thoát và tái định cư tại Hoa Kỳ ( năm 1980)
– Tái hợp cùng vợ và ba con tại trại tị nạn Malaysia vào năm 1981.
– Xây dựng lại cuộc sống từ con số 0
– Tốt nghiệp kỹ sư điện ở Mỹ.
– Hiện đã nghỉ hưu, tác giả là biên tập viên của tạp chí Philadelphia Rạng Đông Sunrise và là cố vấn về châu Á cho thống đốc Pennsylvania Pennsylvania.
– Chưa bao giờ trở về Việt Nam sau 40 năm sống ở Mỹ
Tác phẩm đã xuất bản:
Book 1: Front Cover
Mạc Phủ Cửu Long Giang ( 2014)
Book 1: Back Cover
Birth Day Mrs. Quang H. Mạc
Book 2: Front Cover – Asia’s Great Lineage(2016)
Book 2: Back Cover 2016
The synopsis of The Asian’s Great Lineage.
Book 3: The Bloody Experience Hell Re education Camp- Mạc Hồng Quang
Mr. Quang Mạc, Chairman of the
VACUSA was opening remarks in honoring the Republic of Vietnam at City Hall, City of Philadelphia on April 30, 2019.
SK Quang Mac who is Grand Knight of KofC/ Council #15687
and now Faithful Navigator of Assembly #3787 participated the Irish parade in Philadelphia.
Kính mời quý vị vào các trang web sau để ủng hộ các tác phẩm của nhà văn Mạc Hồng Quang:
The Bloody Experience’s Hell Reeducation Camp: The Inhuman Treatment of Vietnamese Prisoners of War
Time was meaningless. Death was waiting. Anything touching ground zero that showed the barbarous revenge of the Vietcong ended in a dried bloodbath for whoever served South Vietnam’s government. This all happened after North Vietnam’s last invasion succeeded on April 30, 1975.
Humanity absented itself into the hell of a prison that was called re-education. Vietcong killed the soldiers and public servants of South Vietnam using the cruel methods of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
Prisoners were executed, tortured, lacked food, endured illness without medicine, and were subjected to forced labor, which created spiritual intimidation. The Vietcong killed about 165,000 among 800,000 prisoners, while the leftists in society concealed the human rights violations of the Vietcong.
Author Quang Hong Mac survived, escaping by boat after spending more than five years in a Vietcong re-education camp. He resettled in the U.S. and continues to fight for democracy.
Sharing his untold stories with U.S. public officials and another former Vietcong prisoner, this book was written to debunk paranoid socialists in democratic countries.
The author believes his book can inform the Western World the truth about communism and socialism.
About the Author: Quang Hong Mac, a captain in the South Vietnam Army (ARVN) and an injured pilot in the 1968 Tet offensive battle, was imprisoned for five years after Saigon fell in 1975. In 1980, he escaped and resettled in the United States. The following year, his wife and three children came to a Malaysia refugee camp. They reunited in 1981. He rebuilt his life from zero, graduating as an electrical engineer. Now retired, the author was editor of Philadelphia Rạng Đông Sunrise magazine and was an adviser on Asia for Pennsylvania’s governor. He has never returned to Vietnam.
Asia’s Great Lineage: The Pioneers of Mac’s Dynasty in Mekong Delta
The Mac Dynasty spanned 150 years and encompassed several nations. In Vietnam, the Mạc Dynasty’s founder, Emperor Mạc Đăng Dung, was not a traitor as the Lê Dynasty (1009-1225) claimed. Rather, Mạc Đăng Dung seized power due to the corruption of the Lê Dynasty.
Author Quang Hong Mac, a descendant of Mac’s family, is now telling the world of his great and historic surname.
But his book is not only about the ancient past, it also tells of the author’s courageous survival during the Vietnam War and its aftermath. Settling into a new life in the United States after escaping North Vietnamese imprisonment following the war, the author began researching his ancestors who dated back to 770 B.C., so they would never be forgotten.
He spent four decades collecting documents and pictures, and speaking to relatives and witnesses. The Mac family’s contributions spanned many eras and also impacted the history of China and Korea.
The Mac’s descendants succeeded as scholars, and were pioneers in the Mekong Delta at Ha Tien, establishing a dynasty that ruled Vietnam for 150 years.
Quang Hong Mac, a captain in the South Vietnam Army (ARVN) and an injured pilot in the Tet’s offensive battle in 1968, was imprisoned for five years after Saigon fell in 1975. In 1980, he escaped and resettled in the United States. The following year, his wife and three children came to a Malaysia refugee camp. They reunited in 1981. Working hard, he rebuilt his life from zero, graduating as an electrical engineer in the U.S. Now retired, the author was editor of Philadelphia Rạng Đông Sunrise magazine and was an adviser on Asia for Pennsylvania’s governor. He has never returned to Vietnam.