Defined by Agent Orange

Interview by Hiroko Tanaka

A “reference room” filled with jars of deformed, stillborn fetuses, which are kept for research to find out why the babies were born with abnormalities. The room is viewable for people visiting the hospital.

 

A physically and mentally disabled child lies in a hospital bed.

 

A disabled child is fed during lunch at Peace Village at Tudu Hospital.

 

Deformities in limbs is common seen in children at Peace Village.

 

A boy born with protruding eyes and deformed limbs looks out the window. Children at Peace Village merely leave the ward.

 

A boy born with deformities in the limbs walks back to his room after helping staff clean up after lunch.

 

A “reference room” filled with jars of deformed, stillborn fetuses is viewable for people visiting the hospital.