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By: Kim Lan
Narrated by: Tran Ngoc Sang
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The story is about the character Mr. Hai, a farmer who is very fond of his Cho Dau village. Due to the war and family circumstances, he had to evacuate with his family. At the place of evacuation, he always remembers about the village, and wherever he goes, he shows off to his village. He was extremely happy to hear that the enemy had suffered a heavy defeat. Not happy for a long time, when he heard that his village of Dau market was in the West, he was extremely miserable, humiliated, and agitated. He was afraid of "having sex" again. He was even more afraid of being told by his host to leave his family because there did not contain people from Dau market because of rumors, as well as exculpating himself again. When the same way, old coal emerge in his thoughts: "Impossible! The village is truly in love, but the village that followed the West has lost its enemy!" After receiving the news of rectification, Cho Dau village was still resilient and indomitable. He was very happy and happy, showing off to the people that the West burned his house on fire.

Please note: This audiobook is in Vietnamese.

©1998 Kim Lan (P)2005 Tran Ngoc Sang

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