Divided with Borders, United with International Student Club- Vietnam National University, International School

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Picture- International Student Club at their opening day and 18th anniversary of VNUIS



Two days ago, International Student Club team members celebrated the Independence Day of KOREA and INDIA in this covid19 season by making posters, writing content and making videos on it. It’s a tribute and salutation from International Student Club- Vietnam National University, International School members to both beautiful and strong countries. They also showed how love and bond both countries share. All korean students at Vietnam National University, International School wished Indian Students of Vietnam National University, International School Independence Day. George San Lee, a korean student and Satyam Mishra from India, arranged a meeting at college following Covid19 prevention routine and discussed how independence came in Korea and India. And they both felt proud and honored knowing about each other’s countries’ history.

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After that with the help of their habile team members of International Student Club – VNUIS, they made posters, content and also made videos, wished each other the Independence Day of Korea and India. Students of different nationalities like Nigeria, Indonesia, Belarus, Korea, Angola, India etc came together and wished each other Independence Day from both countries. All International student club VNUIS members also shared their own developed content on various social media platforms. Many even got more than 1000 views on video within one day.

Check the video below by ISC-VNUIS

It shows how divided we’re with national borders but united with love at International Student Club- Vietnam National University, International School. Uniting all diversities under one roof named VNUIS, creating a whole english environment. And also International Student Club- Vietnam National University, International School vowed to celebrate all international significance days. This is really a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious initiative by International Student Club- Vietnam National University, International School.

Video salutation by ISC-VNUIS got more than 1.8k+ views in a day and more counting.


“Once a friend, always a friend. Why should borders stop that?”
Erin Hunter, Fading Echoes

 

CREDIT- Satyam Kusum Mishra

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