Wherever you go in Vietnam, you're bound to spot kids laughing and playing on the street or zooming past on a motorbike, wedged in-between mom and dad. They are always so interested in the "foreigner" in their neighborhood. They are not scared to come up and greet or give out a high-five or a smile.
They are, however, dependent on us for survival and education. So many of these children have tough lives. Through these images, I hope that we can stop and take a moment to think of how we can help the children in our communities.
Here are some of the kid's I've encountered in Saigon: