Le Hai Yen, a Vietnamese woman born in the 1980s, discovered the “The Human Library” project in Denmark and decided to establish a similar library format in Vietnam. The library allows people to listen to life stories by borrowing people instead of books. It has been operating online for almost two years, making it accessible to anyone. Yen believes that everyone is unique and that judgment and comparison are meaningless. The library features volunteers who have faced various challenges and hardships, such as prejudice, but have overcome them. They share their own scars and life stories, including experiences of sexual abuse, depression, and loss. Yen herself is a human book, sharing her story of learning to love her weaknesses. The library aims to connect people who have suffered past hurts and losses and help them learn to love themselves. The library operates on the Zoom platform with two virtual reading sessions each lasting 30-35 minutes. The human books turn on their webcams during their sessions. The library has brought people with similar fates together and provided relief and solace through heartfelt conversations. It has also reached international audiences, including cancer patients who have gained insights from the stories they borrowed. The library has been a source of encouragement and gratitude for its participants.