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The gratitude of one young boy toward his mother

11 The Gratitude of boy

On facebook, there is a picture that reflects the gratitude of one young boy toward his mother. This picture made many youths admire the child and has awaken the spirit of the young people to look back to their families. More than 6,000 people liked this post, and there is also a large number of shares and comments.

Saravuth Sok said: “that is a very good kid; I like it.”

SokVan Jupiter NoHeart stated: “that very good son. In the future I want to have a son like this hekhekhekhek:).”

Dai Wathana said that the photo makes him regret the ways he has treated his parents: “I sorry about the time that I had not do like this for my parents.”

However,  one anonymous person was critical of the post. He commented that the way that young people kowtow the head in front of their parents causes Cambodian youth to revere foreign countries.

Furthermore, some people wondered whether this picture was taken in Cambodia or Thailand. But the important thing is that this picture is shows how both Thai and Cambodian children should respect their parents.

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