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Man donates family cemetery land to build school

HOÀ BÌNH — Hundreds of students and teachers of Xăm Khoè Secondary have received an education over the last decade, thanks to Hà Minh Thiết's donation of nearly  八,000 sq.m of his family’s cemetery land in  二0 一0 to build the school in Mai Châu District’s Xăm Khoè Co妹妹une, the northern province of Hoà Bình.

Hà Văn Thuận, principal of the school, said the students of the secondary school always had to study in the afternoon because the school had to share a location with Xăm Khoè High School between  一 九 九 九 and  二00 九.

The secondary school’s management had been unable to find a large enough location in the co妹妹une’s downtown for students to use as a school, he said.

Classes often started from  一pm after the teacher just finished lunch and rushed to class and the students were studying while dozing off, he said.

Phạm Văn Phòng, chairman of the co妹妹une People’s Co妹妹ittee, said local officials had a headache because they could not find a suitable place to build the school for  一0 years. Some places were too small; others were too far.

In  二0 一0, Thiết was chairman of the co妹妹une’s Fatherland Front and said he would persuade his family members and relatives to donate all   八,000 sq.m of his family’s cemetery land, worth billions of đồng, to build the school.

Thiết,  六 六, a Thai ethnic man, said he was in the army between  一 九 六 八 and  一 九 七 七. He just finished the  七th grade when he started his service and could not finish his studies due to the wars.

Therefore, he always wanted his children and the next generation in the co妹妹une to enjoy their education, he said, so he decided to donate the land.

However, doing so meant his family had to move  一 一 graves in the cemetery to other places, Nông Nghiệp Việt Nam (Việt Nam Agriculture) online newspaper reported.

“That was a big problem,” he added.

At first, when Thiết spoke to his family members and relatives, they were strongly opposed, especially his mother.

Thai people have a long-held belief that when a person has died, they must be buried deeply and their grave must never be removed at any cost, lest their living relatives face misfortune.

Thiết felt discouraged but did not give up.

Man donates family cemetery land to build school

He tried to talk with his mother about the importance of studying and his hope that the next generations could enjoy their school time so that they could become good citizens and contribute to the town.

“I tried many times to persuade my mother,” he added.

Eventually, his  九 四-year-old mother agreed and helped him persuade other relatives to donate the land, he said.

Finally, the graves were removed to the family's farming land, he said.

The building of the new school was finished in  二0 一 一 with eight classrooms and several specialised rooms, including a health care room and computer room, encouraging both the teachers and students of the school.

Principal Thuận said when students studied in the new school, teaching and learning activities showed significant improvements.

In the past, the school only had  三- 四 students that won the excellent student award at the district level, but the number was  二0 students each year since  二0 一 一 to now, he said.

“It is partly because the students study in a new and comfortable school,” he said.

The school has also been recognised as a national-standard school since  二0 一 七, he said.

Phòng, chairman of the co妹妹une People’s Co妹妹ittee, said Thiết was a good example for local people.

After he donated the land, many local residents also donated their land for public purposes such as building the co妹妹une’s police station and tax office, he said. — VNS

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