BILLIONCREATING A NEW LIFE FOR HIMUS…
Drive me by motorbike to Mr. Tr. (over 40 years old, having served 10 years in prison) is working as a motorbike custodian for a restaurant on Ky Con Street (District 1), Mr. Phuong laughs and says: “This friend was in real life before. “It doesn’t fit”, but returned home and came back to me more than 5 years ago, now she is very polite, very disciplined and hard working, a decent wife and children. When we stopped by, the shop was empty but there were still nearly a dozen motorbikes parked neatly on the prescribed sidewalk. Tr. Black skin, agile figure, standing next to watch. The shop owner smiled: “Here comes Mr. Sau, Tr., invite him to drink water and then sit and talk for a bit!”. Tr. “Yes” and then pulled up a seat on the sidewalk to look after the car and talk. Having a guest to eat, Tr. Quickly step out to welcome and guide customers into the restaurant. As a “covenant”, I did not interview Tr., but just listened to the two people talk naturally. “Did you receive your salary yesterday, okay?”, Phuong asked. “Yes, help me too!”, Tr. reply. “Is it still raining heavily these days, are you tired?”, Phuong continued. “Now I have a little break, the shop is very crowded, I can’t sit here!”, Tr. Scratching his head, talking like explaining… Farewell to Tr., Phuong continued to drive me to a coffee shop on the corner of the street, then met Mr. T., more than 50 years old, a man who was also in prison several times, now looking after the car. machine here. “Brother Sau, M. just stopped by and reminded him!”, Mr. T said hello. “Ah, what happened the other day, it’s over. Have you used up your salary?”, Phuong laughed and asked teasingly. “No, just received it yesterday!”, Mr. T. honestly replied…
From a boy with an unhappy childhood, who ran away from home since childhood, Tran Thien Phuong has overcome many difficulties and failed many times, to now own a business providing motorbike parking services at restaurants. , service facilities in District 1 and District 10, HCMC. Perhaps from her bitter life, Phuong understood and created conditions for dozens of people who had broken the law to return home to have jobs and stabilize their lives. “Brothers live in many places, people in Ho Chi Minh City, people in other provinces. Each person holds a position, the average salary is about 7 million VND per month. It’s so simple to look at, but it’s difficult, each brother. Each character and their life are not the same.There are people who slip from one job to another, so when they return to ordinary life, they are very bored, lost because they are burdened with guilt and disagreement, and stay away from them. of many people, especially relatives and neighbors. We must have real love, share, be close to our brothers and sisters, consider them as blood relatives. My house is always taken care of, we live together and eat together, so we love and appreciate, trust and cooperate with us to rebuild our lives,” he confided.
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Remember 2 years ago, during the days of the Covid-19 epidemic raging, Phuong and her colleagues crept to every alley in the districts of Ho Chi Minh City to provide essentials for many people, especially Mrs. children in need, then support frontline forces, give medicine to people with F0… In addition, he also cares about foreigners stuck in Ho Chi Minh City. He explained: “It’s not that they are lazy and refuse to work so they don’t have food and shelter, but because of the outbreak, they lost their jobs, couldn’t return home, couldn’t stay, and the epidemic pushed them into a difficult position. So I have to find a way to help.”
On December 8, 2021, in response to the call of Thanh Nien Newspaper to protect orphans in the program With children to move on in life, Mr. Tran Thien Phuong actively contacted and sent a representative to sign an agreement to sponsor TTLP children. (father died due to Covid-19, mother was a worker; at that time, he was in grade 8, this year he is going to grade 10), lived in Phuoc Kien commune, Nha Be district (HCMC), until the age of 18, every February ,5 million.
In his small office (De Tham Street, Co Giang Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City), in addition to a simple set of tables and chairs, a set of computers for employees to work, only a few certificates of merit were hung. of localities and organizations in Ho Chi Minh City and some provinces. It turned out that he also participated in charity activities of the Red Cross, supported the fund to help the poor, awarded scholarships, and volunteered in other places. I asked: “Life is still so difficult to pile up, where do you get the funds to help this place and that place?”. Phuong smiled and said: “I don’t have any money to spend out of my own pocket, I just need to help. I’m not rich. If I see poor relatives, I can help. As for the brothers returning home, I just hope. They are adults, it’s good to settle down in life.”