Second Visit to Lang Hoa Binh, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam 2016

Very happy to see the children at the Peace Village again this year!  We missed you all!  Glad the kids at the Peace Village still remember us!  We came prepared with name tags, just in case!


We got the kids boxes of these goodies from Givral cakeshop!  The kids loved our stickers!

The teacher let us see the kids while they were having their special classes at the Peace Village.  Thank you very much!

They typically have porridge for lunch.  Lunch time would take longer than usual when it’s me feeding them!

With the kids and some of our caregivers are the Peace Village.  Everybody just loves their photos taken!

With two of our cute little ladies.  She’d constantly wave at me but too shy when in front of the camera!

We missed these little ladies at the Peace Village; always smiling when letting us into their room!

With the friendly and caring staff.  Thank you for taking very good care of our children!

The kids taught us how to count from 1 to 3 in Vietnamese so everytime we’d click our photos, we’d shout MOT HAI BA!

So nice to see one of the kids wearing the LVE shirt we got her last year! 

At everybody’s favourite spot in the Peace Village!  MOT HAI BA cheeeeeeese!

Two of our kids hurriedly went downstairs right after their special classes to say goodbye!

Always always makes our hearts happy seeing our kids at Lang Hoa Binh and spending time with them!  We will see you all again really soon!  We love you all!



“There is nothing more beautiful than when someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others.” – Mandy Hale

Part 1: Visit to Lang Hoa Binh, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam (October 2015)

In 2014, we saw this one documentary about Agent Orange and we were deeply touched by the story and how courageous and giving everybody is at the Peace Village in taking good care of the children.  We wanted to extend help in ways we can, hoping to bring happiness and joy to the children under the Village’s care.

Vietnam My Orange Pain Documentary 17Sep2014

This is Nguyen Duc.   His story deeply touched our hearts.  Duc is the survivor of Vietnam’s first surgery to separate conjoined twins 27 years ago through the generosity of some Japanese benefactors.   Duc and his brother Viet were born conjoined due to Agent Orange poisoning. He now works at Lang Hoa Binh where he and his brother spent most their childhood years.

We are very fortunate to have finally met Duc in person – such a very gentle and sincere soul.  He is now married and is blessed with twins!  God bless his wonderful family!



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Pres and I were showing Duc the Agent Orange documentary on RT where we learned about Lang Hoa Binh.


Allow not, the shallow intentions or vile aspirations of others to taint your heart; Love always. – With an abundance of positivity you will counter the negative, always.” ― Tiffany Luard