At the end of Bùi Thị Xuân Street, there is a piece of cropland patched with a few ponds nestled by Hương River. The ponds look like fragments of a broken mirror which are surrounded with bushes and grasses. Heard from a local man that the water in the ponds is from the close-by Hương River. Every year the river is flooded and the overflown water fills these ponds before it rushes toward the city and the sea. When I asked the local man what was this place called, he simply replied “Lương Quán”. Lương Quán is a village in Thủy Biều District (Huế City) which is famous for “thanh trà” (a special kind of grapefruits with a beautiful flavor). I arrived there when the sun was setting. All of the people I met there were men and they all were fishing and all seemed to stare at me with a big question mark: “What the hell is this girl doing here?!” when they first saw me. But then, we had some small talks and I didn’t feel like a stranger anymore.