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VnRoyal JSC connects love

On January 9th, VnRoyal Joint Stock Company successfully hosted an online meeting between Mr. Sim Dunn and his wife (in the U.S.) with the children at Que Huong Charity Center.

VnRoyal's representatives, children and the management of Que Huong Charity Center at the meeting

The meeting was attended by Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Lan, Chairman of VnRoyal JSC; Mr. Sim Dunn and his wife Barbara (in the U.S.); Ms. Huynh Xiao Huong, Director of Que Huong Charity Center with the children and the management; Mr. Siva Koti Reddy Kumitha, Managing Director of TalentPace (India); representatives of Vietnam Logistics Review and VnRoyal representatives (Ho Chi Minh City office).

At the online meeting with the children at the center, Mr. Sim Dunn shared: "I would like to thank everyone as well as the children who have accepted us into circle of friends at Que Huong Charity Center. We also have had the great pleasure of meeting "Mother Huong” and have committed to help her raise funds in the United States to not only for the support of Que Huong Charity Center, but also education in American universities.”

Mr. Sim Dunn also added that their love for the children has no limit, he hoped that someday in the future he and his wife will be able to visit Viet Nam and meet the children in person.

The meeting took place online at 3 points Vietnam - USA - India

In that non-distance meeting, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Lan, Chairman of VnRoyal JSC said: "In the near future, the children will learn English and get to know the brothers and sisters here with the spirit of learning to play and learn. On behalf of VnRoyal, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to Mr. Sim Dunn and Mrs. Barbara (Mr. Sim's wife) for their great love for their grandchildren at the Center."

The meeting ended in a warm and loving atmosphere. Attendees, especially Mr. Sim Dunn and his wife, wished and hoped that in the future they could arrange time to meet the children in person at the Center.

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