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The unusual extremes

The unusual extremes

Some days, the stories seem too extreme to be true. In recent weeks, Blue Dragon rescued two sisters from a brothel in Myanmar. These brothels are the worst of the worst, away from the reach of law enforcement and run by cruel gangsters. Escaping them is exceptionally... hello
The broken compass of regret

The broken compass of regret

A lovely celebration graced this week – the wedding of two Blue Dragon alumni, now both young adults who are setting out in their careers. As happens at these events, staff and kids all headed out to be part of the ceremony. Moments like these show how close the whole... hello
Better days

Better days

  His dream was simple. Van just wanted to be free of poverty. As a teenager growing up in the remote mountains of northern Vietnam, he wished for a way to change his fortunes. His father worked hard but there was never enough money to repair their dilapidated house.... hello
The boy who rides

The boy who rides

Three years ago, I shared one of the most extraordinary stories I have ever written here on the blog. It was the story of Tan, a H’mong boy who had survived a childhood that few of us could imagine. At the age of seven, Tan left his home in the remote mountains of... hello
If not us

If not us

While I am taking a short break from writing my weekly blog, I wanted to share a post from Vi Do, Blue Dragon’s co-CEO. Vi recently shared these thoughts on his LinkedIn to inspire and to challenge. It’s inspiring to think that we can do so much, have such an impact,... hello
Start with strengths

Start with strengths

I’m taking a short break from writing the blog – back in July! – but before I go, there’s one quick message to share. If you head over to the Blue Dragon website you’ll find something new. We’re running a Pay It Forward campaign in rural regions of Vietnam for... hello
Celebrate with us!

Celebrate with us!

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