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Elderly Vietnamese woman devotes life to disabled sons

Elderly Vietnamese woman devotes life to disabled sons

Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 18:08 GMT+7
Tran Thi Dang fans her two sons, Nguyen Van Hai and Nguyen Van Hien, to ease them to sleep whenever they suffer pain.
Tran Thi Dang fans her two sons, Nguyen Van Hai and Nguyen Van Hien, to ease them to sleep whenever they suffer pain.
Tran Thi Dang prepares dinner for the family after she got back from work.
Tran Thi Dang prepares dinner for the family after she got back from work.
The mother helps clean her sons.
The mother helps clean her sons.
Tran Thi Dang and her two sons gather around for a simple meal.
Tran Thi Dang and her two sons gather around for a simple meal.
The elderly woman carries a banana tree, which will later be used to feed her chickens.
The elderly woman carries a banana tree, which will later be used to feed her chickens.
Tran Thi Dang works as a cattle tender for her neighbors to earn a living.
Tran Thi Dang works as a cattle tender for her neighbors to earn a living.
She also clean grasses and grows beans for the locals with a daily income of VND100,000 ($4.47).
She also clean grasses and grows beans for the locals with a daily income of VND100,000 ($4.47).
She also clean grasses and grows beans for the locals with a daily income of VND100,000 ($4.47).
She also clean grasses and grows beans for the locals with a daily income of VND100,000 ($4.47).
Nguyen Van Hai and Nguyen Van Hien look after their mother when she gets sick.
Nguyen Van Hai and Nguyen Van Hien look after their mother when she gets sick.

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