In a village located about 12 km away from Huế City’s center, a pair of 9th-century Cham towers are silently collapsing and disappearing. Being recognized as a National Historic Site of Vietnam in 1994, Liễu Cốc Towers have not been well treated as they deserve. Trees and other kinds of plants overgrow here, which harasses the towers’ fragile life. Perhaps, no more word is needed, action is. Do something before these relics turn into a memory, a regret.