There is a house by the sea 120km from Hanoi called Thien Giao. In this house the hearts of its occupants beats in unison for one hope, the hope that they will all be able to love and be loved. I visited this house one year ago, and it did not leave me any lasting impressions or feelings. I was there again recently, something had changed in the house, something has sparked and moved me to look into, to delve deeper into the bonds of the occupants of this house and the bonds between me and them.
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