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April, 20 2012 09:59:46

Charity caravan tour of Laos

The 2030 Businessmen Club has announced this year's charity caravan trip to Laos would depart from Da Nang on April 28. The cavalcade of cars will go through Quang Tri Province, Savanakhet (in Laos) and Hue before returning to Da Nang on May 2.

The 120 members, their families, and other donors will offer gifts worth VND150 million (US$7,200) to 300 students at the Tram Primary School in Quang Tri's Trieu Phong District.

Each participant will have to pay VND15 million ($720), which will cover the round air ticket between HCM City and Da Nang and car rental.-VNS

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