The “ephemeral” joy and sadness struck again with the announcement of his graduation from primary school in pedagogy at Kean Giang University.
A series of dance questions: Where is the money to go to college? Who takes care of four young growing up children? Who takes care of children’s education?
From the day she heard the news that she had passed the university, this was the month that Yen Ni began to worry about making arrangements for admission. As the breadwinner of the family to help her father work part-time to take care of her younger brother and raise money for daily living, Yen Ni prepares ready-to-eat meals for the children. Wakes up at 4 in the morning for. For lunch, go to school, and his father takes breakfast by train. go to the beach.
After school, Yen Nhi was hired to teach 3 additional sessions/week for 1st to 5th grade students with a salary of 50,000 – 100,000 VND/session. After the high school graduation exam in 2023, Yen Nhi has more time to help the restaurant with 30,000 VND/session to save money to go to university.
“In 2022, my parents got divorced. Five sisters lived with their father (Mr. Le Tan Hung). On the island, there was no land to cultivate, the job was unstable, so father went to sea to fish I went and squid. At home, I go to school, work part-time and also take on the role of “mom” taking care of the kids” – shared Yen Nhi.
Referring to Yen Nhi, Kien High Middle School and High School teacher Ms. Do Thi Phuong enthusiastically said that Yen Nhi is very smart and good at studies. Although life is difficult, Yen Ni always has the energy to rise, raising money to go to school, finding ways to take advantage of work, taking care of her four younger brothers, and being considerate.