Students give charitable house, scholarships

Culture students, charitable house, scholarships, low-income families
In the musical performance named “ Buoc chan phu sa” ( Footstep) organized lately, students of Culture Faculty of the Ho Chi Minh City University of Culture gave a charitable house worth VND50 million (US$2,155) for resident Phan Anh Duong in An Hoa B village in Tam Binh District in Vinh Long Province.
This year, culture students have built three charitable houses for low-income families. Additionally, they also gave six scholarships, 500 books and 15 studying lights to disadvantaged children of Ninh Binh School.

By Phong Linh - Translated by Kim Khanh

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