These days, when the Relay to School program begins, Bao gets emotional again.
He asked his uncle to accompany a reporter to the rural areas to report Youth Survey difficult new students and give them gifts to support them.
as soon as the show relay for school To start, Jia Bao sent us an idea to give small “gifts” to new students who are in difficulty. Friends who were in the same situation as me 15 years ago.
Bao’s idea was also shared with his uncle, Mr. Nguyen Bac Dau (in Dien Ban city, Quảng Nam). Under the scorching sun, Mr. Dau and we rode motorbikes through the countryside of Dien Ban. Several days ago, Mr. Daou had turned on his “antenna” through several channels from the school’s parents’ association, teachers, to receive addresses of new students in need of support.
Located on a small street in Bang An Dong Street, Dien An Ward (Dien Ban city) is the difficult family situation of Nguyen Thi Bich Van, a new student at Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy.
Van’s father left when she was young and her mother also got married. Van lives in a lovely home with his grandmother who is constantly ill.
After learning about Van’s family background, Mr. Daw received a “gift” of 3 million VND from Jia Bao. We also directed the van to prepare documents to send to the Relay to School program.
“Even though I haven’t met Mr. Bao, when he and I shared about his example of overcoming difficulties, I really admired him and became even more determined to become a doctor” – Van told.
Saying goodbye to the van, we continued to look for other new student positions…
Jia Bao said that after working for some time, his life has gradually become stable. He wants to give some “gift” to the underprivileged students.
“This gift is not more valuable than the difficulties new students have faced. This is the confidence I send you, and believe that you will be determined and courageous on the difficult path ahead” – Bao Ne Gave confidence.
Jia Bao fondly remembers the journey he had undertaken. It was a very long journey for Bao and his relatives.
With Bao’s birth he lost his mother and then due to hard work, his father also passed away. Uncle Dau took care of Bao on behalf of his parents. That day, every time it rained the village road would be flooded and muddy and Mr. Dau would use his legs to carry him to school. “Many times the road was slippery and we both fell. At that time, I shed tears just because I loved my nephew” – Mr. Daou still remembers that image well.
Despite his disability and slurred speech… Bao, in turn, is extremely eager to learn. He even had to be hospitalized in the emergency room because he studied too much.
Overcoming adversity, in 2009, Bao was admitted to the Vietnam-Korea Friendship College of Information Technology (now University).
“The joy and worry still grip me. My grandparents were over 90 years old at the time. The family had nothing of value, my uncle’s life was just enough to make ends meet” – Bao said .
For many nights, Bao remained restless and worried about whether to continue or stop his studies. What would life be like if you stopped, what would you do? Going to school is a big burden on the shoulders of relatives.
While receiving scholarship relay for school of newspapers Youth, Not betraying everyone’s trust and love for him, Bao graduated with an excellent degree. And with this result, Bao was specifically admitted directly into Da Nang Polytechnic University.
Sitting in a wheelchair, Bao persistently pursued his dream of becoming an information technology engineer. That day, we went to the hostel where Bao lived with his friends. Every activity is very difficult with him. But there is always a smile on his lips…
After graduating from school, Bao and Uncle Dao also experienced many ups and downs. He was then accepted to work as IT at the Canadian International School (HCMC) from July 1, 2016 to present.
“Working in an international environment, in addition to developing professional knowledge, I also accumulate and learn foreign languages to meet communication and work needs” – shared Bao.
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