Despite a number of formidable challenges, kids have been well brought up on the far-flung Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago. The little citizens are expected to play an important part in safeguarding the sacred sea and islands of the nation.
|The little citizens at Truong Sa town primary school. (Photo: VNA)|
|Eighteen-month old Lam Nhat Kien Huy and his mother, Nguyen Thi Phuong Dung, pass a territorial mark on Truong Sa Lon island. (Photo: VNA)|
|Pupils at Truong Sa town primary school during an art exchange with visitors from the mainland in May 2021. (Photo: VNA)|
|Vu A Dinh scholarships are presented to excellent students at Sinh Ton commune primary school on Truong Sa archipelago. (Photo: VNA)|
|The little kids have fun at a park. (Photo: VNA)|
|A teacher sows the little seeds onto the young citizens in Truong Sa Town. (Photo: VNA)|
|Lam Nhat Kien Huy enjoys an art performance staged by soldiers on Truong Sa Lon Island. (Photo: VNA)|
Forty-five years after the reunification in 1975, generations of soldiers and people in Truong Sa island district, Khanh Hoa province, have steadfastly stayed on the islands and continue to work on the sea.
Life of people on Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago has been improved since national liberation in 1975 thanks to efforts from both the army and people on its islands.