Stories about two wholehearted political commissars

Officer Chung said that the military-run telecom group Viettel recently gave 40 cattle to local people; however, the locals received only cows and they badly needed bulls and asked the border post for help. “Could you please ask for two or three bulls for them?” Chung requested. Colonel Phan Duc Manh handing over mares and sows to poor households  Chung has many times encouraged agencies and organizations to present gifts to poor people and to be engaged in numerous social welfare facilities in the border areas in Lai Chau province. During his four years working as political commissar of Si Lo Lau Border Post, he has contacted and cooperated with the Youth Union Organization of the People’s Army Newspaper to raise hundreds of millions of Vietnamese Dong to build a kindergarten, a boarding house, to provide poor students in Si Lo Lau and Ma Ly Chai communes with warm clothing and other necessities for daily life. Experiencing 16 years living far from family and bringing along his wife and kids to different places where he has worked and lived along Lai Chau borderline for six years now, Chung, an officer of the Thai ethnic minority, has wholeheartedly contributed to the development and peace and stability in border areas. Also in late December 2016, I received a phone call from Colonel Phan Duc Manh, political commissar of Pha Long Border Post of Muong Khuong district in the northwestern province of Lao Cai. Officer Manh boasted that his post had teamed with …

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