Part 2: Visit to Lang Hoa Binh, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam (October 2015)

For our visit to the Peace Village, we prepared silkscreen printed bags and shirts for all the kids and we planned to get them some school supplies.  We are very fortunate to have Kuya Joel teach us how to do silkscreen printing on cotton bags and shirts!  Thank you so very much, Kuya Joel!

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For our cotton bag and shirt design, the only name we had in mind was our dear dear friend Teacher caKe!  In a week’s time, this uber cute design landed on my email!  Thank you so very much, Heng and Kaye for this super cute design – such a gifted couple!

LOVE makes life beautiful

Sleepless months for Pres and I to get done with silkscreen printing of the cotton bags and shirts for our kids at Hoa Binh but it was all worth it the first day we got to see and hug the kids!

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Even in the smallest of gestures, there’s huge magic! 🙂

The first thing we did when we reached Ho Chi Minh was to locate a bookstore where we can source for the school supplies for the kids.  Trung, our dearest friend from Hanoi, Vietnam helped us find Fahasa Bookstore!  Thank you very much!

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We planned to bring the kids one huge cake and this Givral Cakeshop was where we got that huge and yummy 50×7 inch cake for the kids!  Will show you the cake in our next posts!

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“The greatest conduct is love in action.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

 

 

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