A young Mong ethnic minority man has become the first person in his community to earn a master’s degree. Giang Seo Chau, (left) guides agricultural techniques for farmers. VNA/VNS Photo Giang Seo Chau made great efforts in his studies to become the first master’s degree holder in Si Ma Cai District, the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, and help his community develop the household economy. The 35-year-old was born and nurtured in a poor farming family of six children in Man Than Commune, Si Ma Cai District. His parents were illiterate and he only went to school at the age of 10, but he always knew that only by studying could he lift his family out of poverty. Therefore, Chau was determined, every day, to travel on tens of kilometres of forest roads for many years to go to school and always try his best in studying. His efforts paid off and after graduating from high school, he passed the entrance exams of two universities. Chau said that when he learned he had passed the entrance exam, he burst into tears. However, his father advised him to stay home because the family did not have enough finances to support him in his studies. After… Read full this story
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