A woman from the central province of Thua Thien-Hue has built and manned a graveyard on her own land where she and her husband would bury and mourn unborn fetuses. For nearly a decade, 54-year-old Nguyen Thi Sau has dedicated an area on her family’s land on Tu Tuong Mountain in Huong Thuy Town, Thua Thien-Hue to constructing a burial site where aborted fetuses can rest in peace. Every time Sau comes upon fetal remains, she would bring the fetuses to her graveyard and bury them. On an early morning of many years ago, Sau saw a dog gnawing a bloodied plastic bag while she was sitting next to the base of a Buddhist statue in a pine forest on Tu Tuong Mountain. She chased after the dog until it forfeited the plastic bag, only to discover inside it an aborted fetus along with a piece of paper containing a scribbled date when it was left there. Out of compassion, she bought materials to build a grave for the fetus next to the Buddhist statue, using her own money. Just a few days later, she discovered another abandoned fetus inside a cardboard box abandoned amid the pine forest. “The fetus… Read full this story
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