My Kiva fellowship has officially ended.  I returned to the US two weeks ago and still have plenty of processing to do.  The only thing I am certain of is I have yet to understand what it all means down the road.  In some ways it seems a dream had ended.  But the vivid memories of specific moments that made it worthwhile spring me back into reality.  I can’t thank you enough for all the support from friends, family, Kiva Friends, my MFI, and the greater community.  Below is a clip of one of my last motorbike rides: returning to my apartment after visiting the Hanoi Hilton (Hoa Lo Prison).  It was used to hold American troops prisoner during the war.  It was quite an inter-cultural experience as I am a Vietnamese-French-American.  Thank you Kiva community and keep doing what you do!

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Alex is the first Kiva Fellow (KF9) working with TYM Fund in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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