This is just wow!
Parents will go to any length to ensure that their children get the life they deserve because they love them very much.
Similarly, to ensure that they get an education, some parents in Vietnam put their kids inside a nylon plastic bag every day and a guy swims the kids across a river – with the children in the bag – just so they can get to school dry.
Thanks to a post by Siakapkeli, photos of a man transporting students, who are placed in large plastic bags, by swimming across a 20-metre long, high-current river went viral.
This is because netizens are singing praises of the parents for not neglecting their children’s education, ensuring that their child gets to school by hook or by crook. Wow!
This is a norm for residents in Huoi Ha village during the rainy season, as during the summer, there will be a bridge built to enable people to cross the river. However, during the rainy season, the current of the water will increase and the water level will also rise.
Hence, the bridge can’t hold out and the high current will not permit the use of a raft, which is normally used to cross a river. Therefore, the parents have no choice but to hire a man to help their kids get to school – in a nylon plastic bag. Wow!
That said, this isn’t an easy feat because the parents have to wait anxiously on one side of the river whilst the man sends their kids to the other side by swimming across the river.
After crossing the river, the children then need to walk as far as 15km to reach their school. If you didn’t know, the rainy season in Vietnam occurs from the month of June to October annually. Imagine the pain they have to go through every time it’s the rainy season!
We salute the parents for not letting the weather or the obstacles they face during the rainy season get in the way of their kids’ education.
On that note, we hope that the authorities in Vietnam will find safer ways for these children to get to school.
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