20 years of going to school with new students, Youth I have seen such cruel situations that I felt like I would have to give up.
Yet, with the strength of determination and golden hearts of those involved, many have risen, overcome adversity and continue to write dreams for their lives.
Some people are born with physical defects. There are students who on reaching school in the morning run to the fields to earn livelihood. There are also people who study while taking care of their sick parents. Some people also grow up alone due to lack of love from parents.
All these adversities seem to have fueled a desire to escape poverty and suffering, starting with education.
,We light a fire, that fire ignites the hearts of the newspaper readers and then that fire burns down in the same way.“. Relay to School program has gone through a journey of 20 years.
20 years, thousands of scholarships relay for school Given, thousands of characters we share with the readers. These are all the most beautiful examples of the will to rise above and not surrender to fate.
Together tuoi tray online A review of the humanitarian stories written by Riley to School with Golden Hearts over the past 20 years:
In the summer of 1998, Tran Binh Gum’s story was like a fairy tale, a fairy tale about a girl who sold potatoes and beans at three universities when her family was almost destroyed: her father died, His mother was stalked and threatened because of the debt… Cam also had to take four children to escape and overcome everything quietly. Seven years passed, the potato selling girl became a doctor. On the day of his university graduation (late 2004), holding his diploma in hand, wearing a tuxedo, Cam was thinner but more mature and his face was radiant and happy – Photo: Hoi Trang – Xuan Phuc
When he was just over 1 year old, Le Thanh Truyen lacked his mother’s love. When he was 10, his father contracted leprosy and the old boy in the red scarf became the main worker taking care of his father and his younger brother. Who was approximately his age. Truyen lost his father at the age of 17. Truyen’s day starts at 5 a.m., cleaning the house; feed chickens, pigs and cows; Cook rice for both the brothers. Next, Truyen went to the field to cultivate 1.5 acres of rice. When he is not taking care of the rice fields, Truyen is actually a “worker” who does whatever is asked of him. But there are times when no one calls, so Truyen goes on his bike to buy and sell scrap and bottles. Truyen confessed his burning dream of becoming an oriental medicine doctor – Photo: TRAN MAI
Tomorrow night, the 20-Year Scholarship Award Ceremony will be broadcast live relay for school
There will be a Scholarship Awards Ceremony and 20th Anniversary Art Exchange Program on November 21 at 7:30 pm. relay for school and 35 years of programming for tomorrow’s development Reported by Thanh Don Youth And organized by Ho Chi Minh City Television Station.
The program took place at the Ho Chi Minh City Television Studio (14 Dinh Tien Hoang, District 1), and was broadcast live on Ho Chi Minh City Television – Channel HTV1 and tuotire.vn.
At this 12th awards venue, the Organizing Committee will award 138 scholarships to new students from 7 provinces and cities in the Southeast region (Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong, Dong Nai, Binh Phuoc, Binh Thuan, Ba Ria – Vung Tau and Tay). Ninh). Including 136 scholarships worth 15 million VND each and 5 special scholarships worth 50 million VND, the total value of which exceeds 2 billion VND.
In addition, the program also features special musical performances with the participation of singers and artists such as: Nguyen Phi Hung, Mai Onh, Tieu Chau Nhu Quynh, Dinh Nguyen, Sunrise Group, Phuong Viet Dance Group. ,
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