My name is Manh, meaning strength in Vietnamese. I was born in October, 1994, the youngest child in a family of farmers. Nothing eventful happened. I had chores to do, friends to play with. It is a typical farmer life. It was alright and I was a content, happy boy. I joined the army when I was 19 in 2013. Then came the incident that drastically changed my life forever.
My name is Ho Quoc Cong. I live in a village named Quynh Doi in Nghe An province, second child in a poor family. My mom is a farmer and my dad is an ex-soldier who suffered from the Agent Orange, a poison the American used to destroy grass in Vietnam War but it had many negative side effects like losing eyesight which I and my sister had.
Our blind therapists learning Conversational English. We are truly appreciate your help, Mathias from Italia & Abby Turner from New York! During their travel to Vietnam, they had massages performed by Omamori Spa's therapists and then felt in love with the model. To support us, Mathias and Abby spent time on helping everybody at Omamori Spa improve their pronunciation. We wish you all the best in your life and do hope to see you again in the future!
Thank you so much, Mathias and Abby!!!
25% DISCOUNT - ONLY 250.000VND/60 minute treatment at high-end Omamori Spa 52 Hàng Bún, Hanoi !!!
We are pleased to introduce our new location of Omamori Spa at the Old Quarter, Hanoi. It takes about 10 minutes to walk there from Dong Xuan Market.
This is a high-end spa with 25 tables which aims to provide best services at the most competitive price in Hanoi. It's also the headquarter of Blind-Link, where most of our best therapists are working and teaching for the Vietnamese blind community.
Blind-Link Annual Report: 2015