Most of the children at the Tin Thac Charity House are nicknamed after fruits, vegetables or animals. Nun offers home to homeless children Sister Nguyen Thi Huong with the children she took in and cared for at Tin Thac Charity House in Bao Loc City, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong. — Photo thanhnien.vn Sister Nguyen Thi Huong, 71 years old, one of the founders of the charity house in Loc Thanh Commune, Bao Loc City, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, said the nicknames were chosen based on the characteristics of the kids. The boy named Gau (Bear) is very fierce, another boy named Khi (Monkey) is stubborn, while most of the kids have An (Grace) in their names. So visiting the house can get pretty confusing, with shouts of “Where’s Banana Grace?” or “Tell Rabbit Grace to keep it down!” Huong said that 10 years ago, she found a newborn boy weighing only 1.3 kg wrapped in a woman’s shirt in a box near her house. She carried the boy home, bathed him then kept him warm and went asking for milk for him. The boy was called Phuc An. Huong and other nuns all in… Read full this story
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