Vietnamese People in Malaysia Support One Another During Pandemic

The Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Johor, Malaysia held a ceremony to review the work in 2021 and the direction for 2022.
December 21, 2021 | 16:00
Closing ceremony for 2021 of the
Closing ceremony for 2021 of the Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Johor, Malaysia

Attending the ceremony were Chargé d'Affaires of the Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia Nguyen Hong Son; Nguyen Nhu Hao, head of Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Johor, Malaysia; Vu Thu Hong, head of Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Penang, Malaysia; Tran Thi Chang, head of the Vietnamese Women's Union in Malaysia.

Head of the Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Johor, Malaysia Nguyen Hong Son said that the pandemic had seriously affected the life and income of Vietnamese people here. Many people are unemployed, or have to take long unpaid leave, making life is very difficult for them. With that situation, the Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Johor, Malaysia has received timely guidance and support from the Embassy, Vietnamese businesses and volunteer groups. Thousands of gifts were given to difficult circumstances, many sick people were treated.

Appreciating the efforts of the Liaison Committee, Charge d'Affaires of the Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia Nguyen Hong Son said: "When the Covid-19 pandemic spread strongly in Malaysia, we always heard heartwarming stories, sharing and helping each other in the Vietnamese community in the area, especially in Johor, where thousands of Vietnamese workers live."

The Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Johor, Malaysia not only helps with necessities, but also finds ways to create jobs for disadvantaged people, support those who are sick, have accidents, join hands together with embassies in other local volunteer trips. These practical activities prove that Vietnamese people in Malaysia are like a warm, loving family.

The Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia emphasized to continue to stand by and support Vietnamese people, including Vietnamese brides who have obtained Malaysian citizenship, encourage Vietnamese businesses to participate in the connection and development program in Malaysia.

Vu Thu Hong, head of Liaison Committee of Vietnamese People in Penang, Malaysia said that what the Liaison Committee in Johor has done is appreciative. Their way to mobilize community strength in creating resources and jobs for Vietnamese workers in difficulty during the pandemic is a model for the Liaison Committee in Malaysia to learn and follow.

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