Pierre leads you to the secret basement house on the bank of the Nam Rom River. Just seeing them, Ms. Trinh personally took care of Pierre with all her might and love. When she was studying at the Catholic school in Hanoi, the “Xo” women who raised orphans taught her first aid. She laid Pierre on the floor, took off his parachute boots covered in mud and sand, and put on socks that were tightly covering the wound. Even though i’m not from your sack i know you’ve still got my back. She imitated the voices of Vietnamese waitresses, telling Pierre: Your foot smells “rotten” very much? Péraud laughed out loud, a very, very funny laugh. He also removed his outer shirt and removed all his shoes and socks. On the ceiling, the light bulb was still enough to move with invisible waves. The shivering yellow light gives the house a cozy look.