Like many other nights, Quang cursed his wife and children when Hue, his wife, asked for money to buy food.
Hue heard vulgar insults from her husband whenever she talked about the issue of money.
For more than 20 years of living together, Quang has given money to his wife for family spending only when she asks for it.
Each year, Quang gave only a small amount of money to his wife a few times. To get the money, Hue had to sweetly entreat him.
Hue, a resourceful woman, took care of the whole family by herself. But she could not bear the economic burden alone when her husband had a stable job, with high income. So she tried to sit under a stream of abuse to ask for her husband’s money. Quang said that he needed money to re-invest in his business.
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