Abandoned kids find hope in charity home
Shipshape: Kids in the Hai Chau Home have learnt how to keep their house tidy. They do their own homework, but the centre invites tutors to help teach the older kids outside regular school hours.
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#1 Apr 18, 2012
if there weren't any international Charities Organization involve in to vietnam,,
then the society be mess,
that is very clearly show that,,under Hanoi communist regime,,.
the adult didn't known how to be a PARENTS AT ALL,.
they only known sex,,drug,,drink,,boozer,,booz er until death,hug beer clubbing,,.cheating,,crime,,.w hen they run out of cash,,.
then parent seller their children,,.
husband leasing his wife,,.
that is a HOCHIMINH SOCIETY ABOUT,,.
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