Founder's Blog

Blue Dragon's founder, Michael Brosowski, shares the lessons he has learned from the children and young people he meets from day to day.
Michael Brosowski - Founder of Blue Dragon

From Michael’s blog lifeisalongstory.com

Perfectly imperfect

Perfectly imperfect

Blue Dragon rescued Tan from slavery. A year later, he was on his way to prison for a serious crime.

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Home, again

Home, again

Duy has a heart for adventure and dreams of exploring the world. But at age 12, his travels have led him into serious danger.

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Years in the making

Years in the making

For Blue Dragon kids, one night of the year holds a special significance. But it’s not the night itself that matters; it’s why they are there.

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A single wish

A single wish

If you could change the world by making a single wish, what would you do?

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First Christmas

First Christmas

It’s Christmas! To all Blue Dragon’s friends who celebrate Christmas, the kids and staff send you our warmest wishes. And as a special gift… here’s a look back at the very first “Blue Dragon Christmas” 20 years ago. Christmas 2002. At that time, we weren’t yet an...

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Instrument of joy

Instrument of joy

Life is tough for kids who are homeless or working in jobs far from home. It can take a special effort to show them that they are cared for. Son is a Street Outreach Worker for Blue Dragon. When he was a child, he was a street kid himself. Blue Dragon’s Street...

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Home

Home

Far from their families, faced with danger and hunger, Vinh and Tien feared they would never see home again. But one day everything changed.

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A war without glory

A war without glory

Ly was 19 when she was trafficked and sold into slavery. Two years later, she is finally free; but her victory is not a glorious ending to her story.

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More than just a game

More than just a game

Nam joined a football team for street kids because he simply wanted a chance to play. Before long, the games had changed his life.

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Real freedom

Real freedom

Sẻng’s rescue from slavery should have felt liberating. But a fear of what was yet to come meant that she could not truly be free.

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Child v child

Child v child

The tragic story of abuse of one child by another in a remote mountainous community begs the question, can there be any hope of healing and justice?

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