This is what people know about Bui Tran Quoc Dat, a student at the Foreign Trade University in Ho Chi Minh City. But what people often see behind the bright smile of the 20-year-old boy is worry when he decides to choose this school without the support of his family.
He passed the 10th grade as a math major in a special school in Ho Chi Minh City, but Dat decided to study in his hometown of Dak Lak, as you said, he never regretted that decision . Studying at home gives you more time to participate in your favorite activities.
Even though he majored in Mathematics and was selected for the National Outstanding Student Competition, Dat managed to complete the IELTS 8.0 certificate on time.
Volunteering and participating in skills clubs in the province, Dat said he gradually matured and created many values for the community, always feeling happy. After that, this man, together with a university lecturer, founded an English club in Buon Ma Thut, which attracted about 2,000 members.
“I am not an exceptionally intelligent person, it is just that I am always determined to fulfill my passion. Studying or studying should be very focused and responsible. I feel that I study effectively because I often find connections between home knowledge and school. And real life”, shared Quoc Dat.
When the results exceeded expectations in the first year of university, many people liked him, but many others also “watched” Dat’s every act. And you tend to make decisions that make your mood somewhat negative.
But the story so far is that DAT still hurts when it comes to knowing test scores to get admission in desired schools.
The man bragged enthusiastically about the foreign trade school he wanted to attend. Contrary to Quoc Dat’s eagerness, the family received the news indifferently as they only wanted their son to attend police school.
Crying alone, even locking himself in a closet to hide from everyone, Dat said he felt lonely in his own home at the time. Finally, when the child was unable to move, the family reluctantly let you study foreign trade.
But until now, Dat said that the saying “You’ll regret it sooner or later” still rings in his ears when parents sent their children to Saigon to study.
desire to engage the community
Dat said that he always knew that his parents loved him very much. For you, your parents are also the biggest role models while building a life that comes with empty hands. A single father moved from north to south alone with enough physical labor to earn enough money to support his children.
Kwok Dat shared, “It’s just that my parents want to choose the safest path for me, they are afraid that I will be unemployed after graduation, they are afraid that the major is not suitable for my child’s personality But I know very well what I want.” Will do
To build trust, Dat contacted several acquaintances, gathered most of the answers related to the foreign trade school he was attending, and answered his parents’ concerns. And yet, the boy asked his cousin to speak to his parents “in the pouring rain” style.
Instead of being sad or wondering what year his mother said, he takes it as an inspiration, which motivates him to go for studies, to spend time on research.
But Saigon and Dat is a very special land that always puts you in the mood to explore and connect. There,
Quoc Dat has been in contact with, studied and worked with so many good people and feels like he has an invisible link that makes him feel more and more in love with this place every day.
When he founded an English club in his hometown, it was not only because he saw the benefits of being good at a foreign language that would be essential to a young person’s future career, but also because of his great desire to make contacts. It was
Dat said that there are about 40 ethnic groups living in Dak Laak and your greatest desire is to be able to bring the community together as the current activities are quite fragmented.
Therefore, sometimes it is only the message “Dat, I talked to foreigners today and they understand” that a member of the club shows brings tears to your eyes, cheering more than others. Bright red score or high achievement in each competition.
Quoc Dat said, “Although life is quite difficult because it is difficult for people to speak Kinh, let alone English, we are still determined to keep this club.”
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