A high school student in Gia Lai Province has set up 15 charity projects to help students from low-income families. Le Van Phuc Le Van Phuc, a 12th grader at Hung Vuong High School, is leading the Fly to Sky Charity Club. Phuc has had outstanding academic achievements. He has been an outstanding student for eleven academic years and won third prize at provincial and national geography competitions. He was also selected to attend the 8th Vietnam Youth Union National Congress. “I have loved geography since I was in 10th grade. I started reading more books about it which helped me a lot during the competitions,” he said. “I have never stopped reading books and online. Continuous learning has expanded my vision and I have also visited authors to learn more.” Phuc will be admitted to the university after winning third prize in the national geography competition. Phuc said he wanted to continue learning geography at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities – Vietnam National University, HCM City, and become a geological engineer or work in the environment or meteorological and hydrology fields. Phuc is also a devoted charity worker. After reaching high school he also helped organise charity… Read full this story
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