- February 26, 2019
- Posted by: biomedic
- Category: Activites, News
Unlike previous years, Biomedic staff in Ho Chi Minh office held a spring trip in their own way: doing charity by giving gifts and rice for orphans at Phap Vo pagoda (Village 3, Phu Xuan Communce, Nha Be district, Ho Chi Minh city). This is an almost 100 year-old ancient pagoda which was honoured “Vietnam sacred ancient pagoda”
It’s hard to be an orphan
When Tet comes, everyone wants to be reunited with their families and relatives, meanwhile, many children was born without knowing their parents or their hometowns. For them, pagoda is their homes, monks are their parents raising them day by day and their teachers teaching them how to read and write. Phap Vo pagoda is one of the pagodas which are nurturing almost 100 orphans. Each child has their own stories but they are all raised in loving care and buddha’s commandments.
The packs of rice and gift were sent to kitchens and given to children
Studying and playing space of children in the pagoda
Playing games and interacting with children
Serene scenery in the pagoda
Thurifying and wishing for peace
Although the gifts were not so many, we hope we can spread love and connect other philanthropists to make a beautiful and meaninngful spring!