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For a child in isolation 2011'

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For a child in isolation 2011'

For a child in isolation 2011'

  “I ask trees how trees live with trees?

  “I ask trees how trees live with trees?
   Trees answer trees live by depending on one another.
   I ask people how people live with people?

   I ask people how people live with people?

   I ask people how people live with people?”
…………
And Nu can come back to the Friendship Village where her friends and mothers have been waiting for her for the last 3 years does answer the questions raised by MC Duc  right at the beginning of the  Photo Exhibiting on Aution!  
I have been participating in a “5- year Charity Project” to help Dang Thi Nu, a 3rd generation child affected with Agent Orange. The project is run by Trung Vuong school and Justin Mott - an American photographer, with various visiting trips and fund-raising events. In 5 years, among various charity activities I have taken part in, the most recent one is also the one that has the biggest impression on me: “For a child in isolation” photo exhibition auction. Dang Thi Nu is a girl affected with Agent Orange. She lives in the Friendship Village, near Hanoi, Vietnam. She is blind, mostly deaf, and she cannot speak. Seeing the child-like body of a 17-year-old girl agonizing in pain and understanding this unfortunate third-generation war victim needed so much a help from kind people, I was committed to do everything I could to ease her suffering. Together with a team of about 10 students, I greeted the guests and showed them around, telling them her story of isolation, hoping people to give her a hand... Regardless of having different nationalities, all the guests coming to the auction shared the same heart - same tears towards the child, which made the exhibition being so meaningful. (I almost cried when listening to Justin and Mrs.Thuy sharing their experience and feelings to Nu in the sobbing of  people around)! The fundraising photo auction, raising $8,000, was more successful than we had expected. Hope that with the amount we have earned, Nu could come back to live in Friendship Village and better receive medical treatment and care!
 
We start a journey for a better life for Nu today! 
 

Tác giả bài viết: Nguyễn Việt Quang - Cựu học sinh Trưng Vương

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