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Successful grafting like a convex navel orange

As a place with favorable conditions in terms of climate and soil, the Moc Chau district (Son La) has great potential for developing agriculture and tourism. These are also two areas that are bringing a stable source of income for people in the district.

Notably, in recent years, many households in the district have boldly developed a model of agricultural tourism that combines experience in fruit orchards such as rose gardens, plum gardens, and convex orange orchards. orange Navel)… Thanks to that, people have achieved high economic efficiency, contributing to diversifying more types of tourism in Moc Chau National Tourist Area.

In the midst of the cool weather of spring, fresh air with a little bit of sunshine, we had the opportunity to visit the orange garden of Mr. Ha Van Chien’s family, sub-zone 68, Nong Truong Moc Chau town, Moc Chau district. Son La).

This is one of the famous orange gardens in Moc Chau when every day welcomes hundreds of tourists to visit and experience thanks to its beautiful garden and strange orange varieties.

Mr. Chien was the first person to bring the umbilicus orange (Navel orange) to successfully grow in Moc Chau. This orange variety has thin skin, no seeds and is sweet to eat, so it is very attractive to tourists.

Mr. Ha Van Chien, sub-zone 68, Nong Truong Moc Chau town, Moc Chau district (Son La) is collecting ripe oranges at his family’s umbilical orange garden. Photo: Van Ngoc

Taking us to visit the orange garden, Mr. Chien passionately talked about his predestined relationship with the orange umbilicus. Born in a poor family with 5 brothers in Nam Dinh, Mr. Chien only finished 3rd grade and then retired. Growing up, Mr. Chien worked on his own to work as hired laborers across the provinces and cities to earn money.

Friends went to the street, but Mr. Chien chose to go to the mountain because he thought that wherever there was a lot of land, he could grow a lot of corn, potatoes, and cassava.

Then he went to Moc Chau (Son La) to set up a career. He bought a piece of land of 1,000m2 to build a temporary shack, and then went to pick tea for rent, he plowed the land to grow corn, potatoes, and cassava to exchange for the day.

Thanks to hard work, when he accumulated money, he borrowed more to buy land to expand the family’s arable land.

Having a large land, he planted tea, along with that, Mr. Chien and his wife went to Hoa Binh to learn how to grow oranges and buy varieties of Canh and Cao Phong oranges for trial planting. fruit.

“About a decade ago, when my wife was pregnant with our second child, I went to the supermarket to buy oranges for my wife to eat. Seeing that my wife especially liked the Australian seedless Navel orange because of its aroma and sweetness. , so I had a burning desire to propagate. But this is a seedless orange, so I don’t know how to do it. Looking at the Navel oranges over and over again, I suddenly saw 2 fresh stems, so the idea came to me. Tried grafting on wild pomelo root and since then, I have grafted 4 seedlings,” Chien said.

After 2 years of taking care, suddenly 4 Navel orange trees produced fruit laden with branches, Mr. Chien obtained more than 20kg of fruit, sweet and fragrant like oranges bought at the supermarket.

Convex navel orange has a beautiful bright yellow color, fruity and very sweet to eat. Photo: Van Ngoc

Seeing this, Mr. Chien continued to propagate this type of orange in his home garden. To promote new orange products, Mr. Chien boldly joined the Northwest Specialty Cooperative and coordinated with Moc Chau Moc Tourism Joint Stock Company to build an agricultural tour at the family’s orange orchard. To please visitors, he also takes care of his garden.

“We take care of these orange trees according to VietGAP procedures, using organic fertilizers. After I have grown a good quality orange, I want to be a gardener for tourists to visit. and taste the products. Now there are many visitors to the garden, so my family is very excited,” said Mr. Chien.

Orange garden becomes a tourist attraction

The enthusiasm of the diligent gardener has paid off when more and more tourists come to visit, take photos and check-in at the garden. Oranges are properly cared for by good agricultural processes, so coming here, visitors can experience the transformation of orange farmers and enjoy fresh oranges right in the garden.

Orange tree to the wrong harvest season full of fruit. The bright yellow ripe orange color, highlighted by the green color of the intercropping tea hills, has attracted a large number of visitors. Photo: Van Ngoc

Phan Thi Thu Hang, a tourist from Hanoi shared: I went to Moc Chau for the first time, introduced by my son and brought to this orange garden to experience. When I stepped in here, I felt very refreshed because the climate was cool, every orange garden was full of fruit, very beautiful golden color.

Ms. Bui Phuong Hong, a tourist from Son La city shared: “When I set foot in the orange garden, I was extremely surprised because I did not think this orange garden was so beautiful. It felt like I was photographed in the orchard, but the fruit was beautiful. Besides, there was a chance to pick oranges by hand, enjoy right in the garden, very wonderful.”

On peak days, the orange garden of Mr. Ha Van Chien’s family, sub-zone 68, Nong Truong Moc Chau town, Moc Chau district (Son La) attracts more than 300 tourists to visit and experience. Photo: Van Ngoc

In addition to planting umbilical oranges that cover the family’s land, Mr. Chien also propagates and sells thousands of seedlings to local people. Up to now, Australia’s umbilical cord orange variety has been popularly grown in Moc Chau, giving a stable fruit yield with a selling price ranging from 70,000 to 100,000 VND/kg.

Along with more than 300 umbilical stumps, Mr. Chien’s 10,000m2 garden is now covered with many other fruit trees such as Canh oranges, Cao Phong oranges, and green skin pomelos. Each year, the revenue from orange orchards is about 900 million VND, of which 2/3 of the revenue comes from selling Navel oranges (Navel oranges) and part is income from tourism.

Đăng bởi: Ái Hòa Nguyễn

Từ khoá: Growing poisonous and strange umbilical oranges, the farmer has a billion property

The American Journalist “Collapsed” Before The Memorable Taste Of Vietnamese Vermicelli, A Dish That Sounds Very Strange

” Humans appeared on earth for many different purposes. I appeared on earth to do this. Eat noodles right here [Vietnam] “, South China Morning Post (SCMP – Hong Kong) ) quoted the late famous American chef Anthony Bourdain as the opening illustration for the article praising the unique taste of noodles and vermicelli in Vietnam.

According to this newspaper, the American chef has made sitting on a low plastic chair eating noodles on the sidewalk a ritual for any visitor to Vietnam.

While in Hanoi in 2024, he and then US President Barack Obama enjoyed Bun Cha.

For SCMP, bun cha is indeed very famous, but it is only one of the hundreds, if not thousands, of different noodle dishes spread across this country with a population of about 100 million people.

Anthony Bourdain brought former President Barack Obama to enjoy a bowl of bun cha in Hanoi in 2024. Photo: SCMP

Excellent fish vermicelli

During the trip across Vietnam, US reporter Chris Dwyer of SCMP started from Hanoi with fish noodles. Fish vermicelli has a rich broth thanks to simmering tubular bones, along with many other ingredients such as tomatoes, vinegar, and dill. ” They convey a light herbal flavor, freshness and acidity, providing the perfect combination of sweet and sour ,” CSMP describes.

Although bun ca is ubiquitous in Hanoi, Vietnamese-American chef Peter Cuong Franklin, head chef of a famous restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City, prefers this dish at restaurants along the coast. Central south.

” I think the best version of this dish comes from Nha Trang, where it is filled with the privilege of the sea: a variety of fish cakes, fried fish and fish balls, pieces of fresh tuna or excellent chewy jellyfish. “

Or Marcus Meek, the chef at a five-star hotel in Hanoi, introduced two other traditional dishes.

Ingredients commonly used in Vietnamese noodle soups are sold at a street market in Hanoi.Photo: SCMP

” Nu Ngan has a light and fragrant broth, very satisfying. Then vermicelli noodles, which are also famous traditional dishes of the locality “, he said. ” The broth [of vermicelli] has a nutty taste, with rich flavors coming from herbs, boiled snails and a very interesting aftertaste of star anise .”

Top floor

A destination worth a visit is Hoi An, this lovely commercial district has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in Central Vietnam thanks to its ancient atmosphere with its lantern-lined streets, rivers, bridges and ancient temples.

” Hoi An’s wonderful Cao Lau noodles encapsulate all flavors when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine; they’re sweet, sour, salty, spicy and bitter ,” praised the SCMP.

Hoi An high floor.Photo: SCMP

Cao Lau noodles are made from rice and they can only really be called Cao Lau if they are made from the local Ba Le well. The noodles are then mixed with turmeric and soaked with ashes of the melaleuca tree to give them a pale yellow color and chewy texture.

What makes Cao Lau such a great dish is the combination of all the ingredients: simmered pork bone broth, anise, and cinnamon flavor, five-spice pork marinated in soy sauce and water fish sauce, combined with basil, mint, coriander, and crispy fresh bean sprouts.

It would not be complete without the most delicious, golden rice cakes still handmade in Hoi An, drying in the sun on bamboo screens.

” Cao Lau is special because it has influences from three major countries, reflecting Hoi An’s rich history as a trading port ,” explained Mr. Cuong Franklin.

” Chinese dishes with five-spiced pork and soybeans, Japanese dishes with noodles similar in texture and flavor to udon, and French with deep-fried ‘breadcrumbs’ give the dish an extra layer of texture. “.

Strange noodles

Finally, the island of Phu Quoc off the southwestern coast of Vietnam is home to vermicelli noodles.

Vermicelli offers diners a self-service experience as each diner stirs up his or her own dipping sauce. This makes it a popular choice for families.

At the restaurant, diners can make their own mixture of chili, fish sauce, kumquat, salt, sugar, and main noodles…, balancing between sweet, salty, umami and sour according to their own taste.

Stir-fried noodles are prepared by the chef from rice flour, cut directly into boiling water, then divide the noodles into bowls, pour the broth, seasoned with a little shrimp paste and assorted side dishes such as shrimp cakes, baby squid or meat. cow.

Phu Quoc noodle soup.Photo: SCMP

A big fan of vermicelli is Bruno Anon, the Spaniard, the head chef of a hotel in Phu Quoc.

” White noodles, soft, chewy, blended with shrimp, fish cakes and a simple, clear, slightly sweet broth. The noodles and seafood are so fresh that all they need to cook is a little hot broth poured. into the bowl ,” he said.

” However, it’s really the dipping sauce that makes this vermicelli stand out and blows away every taste. [It’s] sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and umami.”

For Anon, vermicelli is not only a dish, but also a tradition and ritual. ” It’s an experiential process,” he explains. ” Sharing a bowl of vermicelli with others [is like] sharing stories, it’s a way of life “.

Đăng bởi: Đức Hoàng Nguyễn

Từ khoá: The American journalist “collapsed” before the memorable taste of Vietnamese vermicelli, a dish that sounds very strange

2023] How To Repair A Zipper When The Slider Has Come Off Completely

1Get a new zipper pull if yours is damaged. If your slider is broken and not working properly, then you will need to buy a new one.[1] X Research source You can find a replacement zipper slider in a craft store.

Make sure to get a replacement zipper pull that is the same size and style as your old one for the best results. Bring the old one along for comparison.

You can also purchase a zipper repair kit at most craft stores and it will contain everything you need to replace the pull and add top stops and square tabs as needed. Otherwise, you will need to buy the replacement zipper pull, and stop tabs or top stops separately.

2Pull the teeth off the end of the zipper with pliers. To get the zipper back on, you will need to expose some of the fabric at the end of the zipper. Pull the zipper teeth off one at a time using a pair of pliers. Keep removing teeth until you have exposed about 2” to 3” (5 cm to 7.6 cm) of the fabric.[2] X Research source

Expose the smallest amount of fabric necessary to get the zipper pull back on. If you have a large zipper pull, then this will be closer to 3” (7.6 cm). If you have a small zipper, then you may be able to expose only an inch or two.

Consider the status of the zipper before you pull off the teeth. If the zipper is open, then you will need to pull the teeth off at the bottom of the zipper. If the zipper is closed, then you will need to pull the teeth off at the top of the zipper.

Make sure that you expose the same amount of fabric on both sides of the zipper as well. If the sides are uneven, then you may not be able to get the pull back on.

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3Work the zipper pull onto the fabric. The direction of the pull will be different depending on whether the zipper was open or closed when the zipper came off.[3] X Research source

If the zipper was open, then slide the pull onto the fabric upside down, so that the pull is directed away from the zipper.

If the zipper was closed, then slide the pull onto the fabric right side up, so that the pull is directed towards the zipper.

5Test the zipper after you put the pull back on. Try to move the zipper up and down a few times to see how it is working. When the zipper is back on the zipper teeth, it should zip up and down with ease. If it is crooked or not moving, then you may need to start over and try again.[5] X Research source

Make sure that you do not zip the zipper off the track again before you secure the end with a new top stop or square tab.

Adding Top Stops and Square Tabs

1Consider whether top stops or square tabs are best. After removing some teeth from your zipper, you will need to replace some of the teeth with top stops and/or square tabs to prevent your zipper pull from coming off the zipper again. Top stops are small pieces that go on one side of your zipper. Square tabs are larger pieces that will bridge across your zipper and prevent the zipper from coming down on both sides while also covering the gap between the zipper sides.[6] X Research source

Top stops are best for the top of your zipper because they will prevent the slider from coming off again, but they will not prevent you from opening and closing the zipper.

Square tabs (also known as zipper bottom stops) are best for the bottom of a zipper because they will prevent the zipper from coming off and cover the gap in the zipper left by the missing teeth.

2Squeeze a top stop onto the zipper with pliers. If you want to add a top stop to keep your zipper from coming off the slider at the top, then place the top stop right above the first tooth at the top of your zipper. The zipper will need to be slightly open for you to do this. After you have the top stop where you want it to go, use the pliers to crimp the top stop into place.[7] X Research source

Make sure that the top stop is snug and will not move or come off when you pull on it.

Place a top stops on both sides of the zipper to ensure that the zipper will not come off of the track again.

3Push the square tab’s prongs into place. If you want to use a square tab to close the gap at the bottom of a zipper, then take the square tab and push the prongs through the zipper fabric on both sides of the zipper. Insert the prongs right below the bottom teeth of the zipper. Make sure that the zipper is closed when you do this. After pushing the prongs through, turn the garment or fabric over and use your pliers to bend the prongs inward.[8] X Research source

Make sure that you crimp the prongs down well so that the tab is secured and the prongs are flat. It is important for the prongs to be flat so that they will not snag on anything or scratch your skin.

4Finished.

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QuestionMy zipper came off completely. Once I get it on can I glue both ends or is sewing better?Community AnswerIf your entire zipper has become detached, it is probably best to sew it back in place. Stitches will hold your zipper in place more reliably than glue, and glue also has the potential to interfere with the teeth of the zipper if it is not applied with care.

QuestionMy zipper has gotten snagged on the fabric. What is the best way to get it loose?Community AnswerFirst of all, don’t rush yourself. Try to peel out the fabric stuck in the zipper by slightly moving the zipper, or grab a toothpick and try to pluck it off.

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Go To The Forest To Collect Buds And Sell Them, Earn Half A Million Dong A Day

In the dry season, people in Dak R’mang, Dak Som, and Dak P’lao communes (Dak Glong district) invite each other to the forest to hunt for products. For families who live in the forest all year round, anything in the forest is valuable, but the most significant income is the forest bush and wild and wild shrubs.

People go to the forest to pick dot after the Lunar New Year (Photo: Dang Duong).

That season usually lasts more than a month (Photo: Dang Duong).

The job of picking fireflies is very arduous and arduous, and in many cases, they have to face dangers because they often grow in bushes and clumps in places with high slopes.

Traders buy cotton buds as soon as people pick them up (Photo: Dang Duong).

Ms. Nguyen Thi Nhan (residing in Dak Glong district), a trader specializing in purchasing cotton buds, said that currently, fresh cotton buds are priced at 5,000-7,000 VND/kg, while dried buds range from 20,000 to 21,000 VND/kg. Prices are highly dependent on the weather, but overall, this year’s prices are higher than last year’s.

According to Ms. Nhan, people often sell fresh bamboo shoots, but many households dry them themselves and then sell them to wholesalers from Ho Chi Minh City. Dried cotton buds, if not sold out, can still be saved and sold gradually.

Currently, fresh cotton buds are priced at 5,000-7,000 VND/kg, while dried buds range from 20,000 to 21,000 VND/kg.($1=24,000 VND)

On average, every day people go to the forest, people can earn 30-40 kg of fresh fruit, giving an income of nearly half a million dong. Therefore, every time during the cotton season, students who are on Tet holiday also invite each other to go with their parents to the forest to pick “lucky” to sell.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Nhan added: “Dot fruit usually blooms before the Lunar New Year and lasts for about 30 to 35 days. Dat picking and trading have brought a significant source of income for many ethnic minority households. number in Dak R’mang”.

Some households take it home to plant on their fields to increase their income (Photo: Dang Duong).

Previously, each rattan crop could last up to 2 months, with some traders buying about 30 tons of fresh fruit (equivalent to 10 tons of dried fruit). However, in recent years, due to the maximum exploitation, the amount of wild shoots harvested has decreased sharply. Since then, some households have switched to growing this wild plant in their family’s swidden garden to earn extra income.

Mr. Nguyen Huu Manh, a private trader in Dak Glong district, added that for many households in the district, especially the Mong people, it is also considered a “seasonal poverty alleviation” tree. service”.

However, it is still a tree that grows naturally, depending on the weather and price. The harvesting of this resource is still spontaneous, there is no orientation for people to exploit effectively to create high value.

“It’s a wild plant, growing along streams and mountain slopes, especially in areas with degraded clay. Currently, households have taken it to be planted in the fields. This is mainly still to help preserve the land. to limit landslides, then increase income from cotton buds,” Manh said.

According(Dan Tri)

Đăng bởi: Ngân Văn Cường

Từ khoá: Go to the forest to collect buds and sell them, earn half a million dong a day

2023] Driver Safety And The Rules Of The Road.

Driver Education Chapter 3 – Driver safety and the rules of the road

Seat Belt Law (Cont.) Requires the motorist, front-seat passenger and children under 18 years old to be belted. Non-compliance is a primary offense. A police officer can stop a motorist solely for a violation of the seat belt law. NEW LAW As a secondary offense (meaning the car was stopped for another infraction) ALL passengers regardless of age MUST wear seatbelts or they can be issued a summons.

Why wear Seat Belts… Seat belts can save a life and improve a motorist’s chances of surviving a crash by 60 percent. Seat belts help in many ways, for example: They keep motorists and passengers from being thrown from the vehicle in a collision. If a motorist/passenger is held in place, any injury may be less severe. They slow a body down with the vehicle. If a vehicle hits something, the vehicle stops, but the person keeps going at the same speed that the vehicle was moving. Hitting the dashboard or windshield at 30 mph is like falling from the top of a three-story building Belts and straps also keep a motorist in position so he/she can control the vehicle

Airbags When air bags are combined with lap/shoulder seat belts, they have saved many adult lives and prevented many injuries in motor vehicle crashes. However, air bags could seriously injure or kill children who are sitting in the front seat. Always put an infant in a rear-facing infant child safety seat in the back seat of a vehicle with air bags. Always be sure that children 12 years old and younger ride in the backseat of the vehicle.

Car Condition Brakes With conventional disc and drum brakes, a motorist should pump them gently after driving through water to test them and dry them out. In wet or slippery conditions, a motorist should still drive carefully, always keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front and maintain a speed consistent with the road conditions.

Blind Spots These are areas where a motorist cannot see behind his/her vehicle through the mirror. A motorist can check this by turning his/her head quickly. Never drive in someone else’s blind spot.

Driving Signals Stop or slowing down: hand and arm downward, palm facing to the rear Right turn: hand and arm upward Left turn: hand and arm straight out A motorist should turn on the turn signal at least 100 feet before turning and be sure to cancel the signal after making a turn.

Driving In Reverse Before driving in reverse, a motorist must be sure that the path is clear. In reverse, turning the wheel to the right will direct the vehicle to the right. Steering to the left will direct the vehicle to the left. If a motorist does not turn the wheel while in reverse, the vehicle will move straight backward. To drive in reverse, a motorist’s head and body should be turned to the right until he/she can see clearly through the back window of the vehicle without the use of mirrors. The motorist’s right hand and arm should be placed over the back of the front passenger seat; the left hand should grasp the top of the steering wheel. A vehicle should be driven slowly in reverse – typically, walking speed (2 to 4 mph). The motorist should not turn forward until the vehicle is totally stopped.

The 3-Point Turn (K Turn)

Quit Being A Teacher To “Play” With Cow Dung, Collect Half A Billion Dong A Year

4 years of interest loans to maintain the farm

Working as a teacher at the Center for Continuing Education in Quan Hoa district, Thanh Hoa province, Mr. Pham Van Tinh (41 years old, Tho Son commune, Trieu Son district) suddenly quit his job and returned to his hometown to work as a farmer, causing a stir in the village. The family was surprised and tried to intervene.

Mr. Tinh said that this bold decision was like a “turn the car” to help him get the billion-dollar property today.

Giving up his job as a teacher, Mr. Tinh returned to his hometown to “play” with cow dung and raise earthworms.

“At that time, the teaching job away from home could not guarantee a life, the income was very low. When I read the newspaper that a model of raising earthworms brought in billions of dollars a year, I was determined to return to my hometown to start a business, I changed my fate. Knowing that I quit being a teacher, my parents took the car to the school to encourage and dissuade. However, after listening to my explanation, my parents also agreed and supported my child’s decision.” Tinh recalled.

Worm products are about to be harvested.

Near his house there is a large-scale dairy farm, he matches up with cow dung to raise earthworms. After only 5 months, his earthworm and organic fertilizer products were successful and could be sold. But this is also the most difficult time that Mr. Tinh has to go through, the worm products he makes have no market for consumption.

Mr. Tinh said that in addition to harvesting earthworms, cow dung also provides a source of organic fertilizer for high income.

“Growing earthworms will produce many products at the same time, from cow dung will produce earthworms as food for fish and shrimp, in addition to harvesting organic fertilizers to grow clean vegetables. Because there is no market for consumption. So I lost a lot at that time, I was under great pressure, so much capital and assets poured into it but I didn’t get any. The difficulty continued for nearly 4 years, there was a time when I had to borrow interest to save money. maintain and pay the bank,” Mr. Tinh recalled the first day’s failures.

Failure did not discourage the young teacher, he went around looking for markets. At the end of 2012, his efforts also paid off, some organic shrimp and vegetable farms started coming to him to order.

Every year, half a billion dong is collected from cow dung

Up to now, Mr. Tinh’s earthworms and organic fertilizers have “covered” the whole country. Currently, the scale of his farm is about 1,000m2. According to Mr. Tinh, each year he produces 2 crops of earthworms. Currently, products from earthworms on his farm are very diverse, including fresh worms, dried worms, and organic fertilizers.

Worms are combined to raise mud-free eels, bringing high economic efficiency.

Selling price of fresh worms is 35,000-40,000 VND/kg, dried worms 200,000-300,000 VND/kg, the market is shrimp and fish farms nationwide. After harvesting earthworms, he also collects organic fertilizer products to provide gardeners with clean vegetables and green plants.  ($1=24,000 VND)

In addition, Mr. Tinh also combined with earthworm products as food, raised eels without mud, and at the same time linked worm farming and consumed output for 15 farms of local people. With this product chain, he earns more than half a billion dong a year.

Thanks to raising earthworms and eels without mud, every year Mr. Tinh earns more than half a billion dong.

Talking about the results after many years of his efforts, Mr. Tinh happily said that this is a super profitable product from cow dung. “Many people say that doing this job is ‘against’ money, it’s true, all products are made from cow dung. Not only that, it also helps to reduce environmental pollution in the countryside. “.

“Many people say that it’s wrong to divide money, that’s right, all products are made from cow dung,” Pham Van Tinh shared.

Mr. Le Trung Kien, Chairman of the Farmers’ Association of Tho Son commune, said that the model of raising earthworms of Mr. Tinh’s family was the first in the locality. Also from this model, now in the area, there are many households with good economic development thanks to linking livestock with Mr. Tinh.

In addition to being a good economist, Mr. Tinh also created jobs for nearly 10 local workers (Photo: NVCC).

“This is a typical example of young people starting a business in the locality. The model of Mr. Tinh’s family not only brings high economic efficiency but also creates jobs for nearly 10 local workers . is encouraging people to learn how to make this model for economic chúng tôi addition, the earthworm farming model has also made great contributions to reducing environmental pollution, especially in rural areas, where people tend to herd. raise cattle a lot,” added Mr. Kien.

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Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thị Diệu Vy

Từ khoá: Quit being a teacher to “play” with cow dung, collect half a billion dong a year

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