The headmaster carried the wounded soldier at the April 30 celebration, causing emotion
Recently, the social network spread a photo of a principal carrying a former student of the school who is a wounded soldier from the stage to the hall. .
The person carrying the veteran in the photo is Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Xuan Duong, Rector of Vietnam Maritime University at the meeting “Meet generations of former lecturers and students of the school, putting their pens on their way to battle in the war in Vietnam. period from 1964 to 1979”.
This action was captured by a delegate attending the event and shared on social networks.
When this picture was posted on social networks, many people praised the principal’s good deed towards veterans.
Account Hoa Quy commented: “A small gesture, but it’s warm and humane!”
Exchange with VietNamNet, Assoc.Prof.Dr. Pham Xuan Duong, Rector of Vietnam Maritime University, said that his job was very normal, needed to be done at that time and was quite surprised when it received the attention of the online community. “At the time, I didn’t even think about it. I just think that’s what I need to do.” Mr. Duong said.
Mr. Duong said that after giving souvenirs to veterans, he realized that veteran Bui Xuan Hoa had difficulty getting down, so he dropped his shoulder and carried the wounded soldier back to his seat.
“Veterans are great contributors to the country and the school, the most attentive and considerate care so that they can feel gratitude, in my opinion is very necessary.
Although the school has arranged many students to support veterans. However, when I came down from the stage, I saw that the students were quite confused because they had no experience, while this was quite simple for me, so I carried him down.”
The thing that Mr. Duong was most happy about was that after that, the veteran was very excited and shared that he did not feel pain.
According to Mr. Duong, because he is a “people” practicing traditional martial arts every day, he is also used to supporting a heavy block on his shoulders and back. “This is within my ability, even done well”teacher Duong laughed.
The meeting was short, but in order to organize it, according to Mr. Duong, the school and the liaison committee for former staff and alumni took nearly 3 years to prepare.
“The school wants to do thoughtful things for the veterans.”
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