U.S. military unconfined Agent Orange into the jungles of Vietnam during the war to destroy the land of forest with the aim of making it lurk and destruction of guerillas of Vietnam. The consequences of Agent Orange were destroying and affected Vietnam adversely. Around 4.8 million people were affected by this chemical thus passing the genetic diseases of hundreds of thousands to their descendants. Hence, Vietnamese people are still living with the sequels of this chemical.
For me, a photographer conveys good messages through his photography and it is a diary for me. I used to travel many places to capture the daily lives of many people around me. In the innumerous pictures of Vietnamese people, this photo album is the one with which I am very much satisfied. I would narrate a story of an enthusiastic girl who is physically disabled but is truly motivational and inspirational.
In the North of Vietnam, there is poor village. In this poor village, a young girl, Nguyet lives here. Like many other people, she also got the sequels of war. She is an armless girl. She performs her daily chores with her legs. She has a dream of having an independent house where she can lead a peaceful life.
Nguyet lives in Vĩnh Phύc Province, Hà Nội capital with her parents. She does all of the daily tasks and also takes care of her nephew and niece while helping her family. In her free time she likes to read books and surfs internet to enhance her knowledge.