Kidnapped in Vietnam – Help Ben Randall Find His Friend M

What would you do if someone you’ve met and befriended on your travels was later kidnapped and trafficked to another country? Ben Randall is on a quest to discover what happened to his Vietnamese friend M and bring attention to human trafficking in the world.

I recently met up with  Ben and his cameraman, Moreno Paulon in Thailand to learn about their documentary project to bring attention to the plight of the victims of human trafficking and their search for M. This is an incredibly inspiring story of two people on a journey to make a difference the best way they know how.

They quit their jobs and are using their own savings to fund their travels and filming. It’s a great example of how much power all of us have to make a real difference in the world, if only we have the courage to stand up for what is right.

Please take a moment to watch the interview, then go and visit their website to learn more about the world changing work they are doing.

Ben and Moreno are currently putting the finishing touches on a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to finish their documentary. Anything you can do to share their story and contribute would be greatly appreciated.

Merry Christmas.

Links – The project website.
Moreno Paulon’s Photo Blog – View some amazing photos taken along the journey.

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My name is John Bardos. My wife and I gave up our business, house and possessions in Japan to search for more meaning and fulfillment in our lives. We've discovered that a satisfying life is about rich experiences, quality relationships and meaningful contribution, NOT consumption.

8 Responses to Kidnapped in Vietnam – Help Ben Randall Find His Friend M

  1. Ellen says:

    Really inspiring stuff guys. Good luck on your journey Ben.

  2. Thanks for sharing the interview, John. It makes me sad that there is so much human suffering in our world.

  3. Istvan Heimer says:

    Thanx for sharing John! Inspiring work/story! amazing photos! What a world!

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