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Tuyen, a long time friend of TTO, Miss Cu and Miss Lan one Sunday
A nearby kindergarten pupils and teachers visited TTO.
Hey, it was worth coming here, this is yummy.
Thank you guys, Job well done.
Sweet Mr. Kabata, Miss Cu and two babies.
The orphans sang for Mr.Kabata.
Looks like finale.
A girl is bringing a baby to Mr. Kabata.
Miss Cu is bringing another baby to him.
Now he has two babies in his arms.
Mr. Kabata was smiling the whole time.
The first balloon artist visited TTO. 2003 or 4
Claire, our daughter helping the orphans with workbook.
Thanks, Andy, you did great.
Performing for Lorrie, an Australian.
They sang a frog song in Japanese.
She fell in love with the orphans.
She asked her friends in Australia to give a little donation each month.
She was such a bubbly woman. She continued to do so until she passed away. We love you, Lorrie.
Lorrie’s friends visited TTO and gave them books, toys etc.
Rosey and others with the kids.
Joseph and Daniel playing with the kids.
A magic trick always interests kids.
A barber visits orphans.
Be still, Minh.
These stools come handy.
Miss Cu shows a donation given by Mekong Energy company.
They sold their furniture and gave the fund to TTO.
The director of Mekong Energy with the two boys.
Alice with the orphans.
Jasmine with the kids.
The Vietnamese travel guide with a group of Singaporean junior high students.
The guide was very enthusiastic in knowing about the life at TTO.
He asked many questions to Miss Cu.
Some thing I didn’t even know.
Mixture of races.
They were good listeners too.
The Muslim admin with a tod.
Learn to be a mom.
Now they can use what they learned.
The orphans love balloons.
They want to come back again next year.
Cathy trying a balloon art.
I’ve just started this too.
Ooops, where is Mary?
Mother Superior, Miss Huong and Miss Cu.
Joseph juggling oranges.
He is still doing it in spite of gravity.
Looks like he is still on it.
What’s gonna happen?
Wow, it was like kamikaze dive.
Thank you, Daniel.