A little six-year-old girl has been counting down the days until she will be taken out of the orphanage she is living in as promised by her parents. She said her mother will come and take her home in four years because “my mom promised to me that she would pick me in five years when she took me here a year ago.” An elderly woman living in the rest home, officially named the Social Support Center No. 4, located in Tay Dang Commune, Ba Vi District, Hanoi, arranges her clothes and appliances every afternoon and walks toward the gate to be driven home by her relatives. She has done this for many years. The center, which is home to both adults and children who have no home and no relatives to take care of them, now has 327 lonely members. “Children and lonely adults taken here have an unlucky fate. “The kids have no relatives to take care of them since their parents are either jailed or dead. “It’s the last step in life that they must enter here,” said Nguyen Van Bang, director of center No. 4. Nguyen Thi Duoc, 93, is sitting and saying something to herself….
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