“Peaceful Place” aimed to give the public a more comprehensive view of trafficking in women and children in Vietnam today through the voices of victims at Peaceful Shelter. The exhibition was broken down into two main contents: Living hard in other countries and Peaceful Places. The exhibition introduced real stories about the pain experienced and their dreams of coming back to the motherland and reintegrating into the community. At the same time, the exhibition also brought a message to the public about the sympathy, sharing, and the help from the community to victims at the Peaceful Shelter. Peaceful Shelter is considered to be an effective model where victims receive-comprehensive support to improve their spirit and health and also receive training for future work opportunities. Therefore, they are more confident to reintegrate the community.