On the morning of October, Mr. Thang went to the hospital in Hanoi to examine his son, accidentally dropping the 'debit book' so he blushed and blushed.
In a notebook, with graffiti, misspelled, Mr. Thang records the full day, month, year, which gives what, from cans of rice or milk cartons … Both from people he knows by name. , address, for people with only the cryptic name "Xe Bầu 27", "grandma in the car" or "Hanoi bus at no charge" …
The doctor asked, the father of 4 shyly said "This book will help me grow grateful later".
The book was recorded by Pak Thang for more than a year, when his family was helped by many people in times of difficulty and misery. Photo: Dung Pham.
Mr. Tran Van Thang, 40, is an Tay ethnic, from Quang Chinh, Hai Ha district, Quang Ninh. His eldest son is 14 years old, his youngest son is just over one year old. Last June, his wife died of cancer.
At present, it only produces around 3 million VND per month, which is a poor local household. He experienced depression, extreme when his wife died. Everyone in his family is poor, but always helps. His mother gave him clothes, rice, and siblings to help his children go to school. Thanks to that, he immediately worried about his son.
Tran The Da, Thang's youngest son, was born with colorful pigmented birthmarks, his left limbs smaller than the other side. Thang always found a way so that his son would not see his face in the mirror. "I'm afraid my son will be sad to know he's different from the people around him," he said quietly.
Pak Thang (left) meets Dr. Dung (right) on October 10, the doctor identified his son as a difficult case, but the story of the father and son added to his motivation. Photo: Dung Pham.
Pham Thi Viet Dung (Plastic Imaging Faculty, Hanoi Medical University Hospital), who directly treated Baby Da, shared, "Seeing the sight of a father holding a baby, hugging his child, his eyes seemed to be about to cry. When I took the child to the doctor. … enough for me to feel so sorry and sorry for him. "
Pak Thang's story was shared by Dr. Dung on social networks. Many people read it, seek help, and encourage their fathers and children. Thang's voice is much happier when he shares openly with the people around him. A few days ago, he even said no more than 5 sentences to the doctor.
On Sunday afternoon, October 14, Da will be hospitalized for a whole-body skin transplant operation to remove the dark pigment. Doctors hope that after 3 skin transplants, the baby will have a bright face.