Hoi An youths helped clean up Cu Lao Cham

Hoi An youths helped clean up roads and collect waste and discarded fishing nets along the beach in Cu Lao Cham (Cham Island), which is recognised by UNESCO as the world’s biosphere reserve, and the place where local people have said “No” to nylon bags for two years now.

Cu-lao-Cham-hoian-vietnam-e1311220855164 Hoi An youths helped clean up Cu Lao Cham
June 21, 2011 hundreds of students from the University of Phan Chu Trinh in Hoi An City and youths from the Quang Nam Provincial Youth Union have joined hands in beautifying Tan Hiep Island Commune.

Youths helped clean up roads and collect waste and discarded fishing nets along the beach in Cu Lao Cham (Cham Island), which is recognised by UNESCO as the world’s biosphere reserve, and the place where local people have said “No” to nylon bags for two years now.

Besides, youths also held a talk and musical exchanges with troops from Battalion 70 stationed in Cu Lao Cham. During the talk, the youths leant more about great efforts by local troops in defending the national sovereignty over islands, so that they would love the country more and more.

During their stay in the Island Commune, the youths presented a number of gifts to poor households and soldiers

 

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