Tuesday, 21 Nov 2017

Six mothers in Vietnamese showbiz join with musical project to raise voice against child molestation

Updated at Wednesday, 07 Jun 2017, 17:22
The Hanoitimes - Six renowned mothers in Vietnamese showbiz will join hands in a musical project launched by songwriter-singer Trang Phap to protest child sexual abuse.
Vietnam singer Trang Phap with musical project “Don’t Leave Your Children Be Alone”.
Vietnam singer Trang Phap with musical project “Don’t Leave Your Children Be Alone”.
Entitled Dung De Con Mot Minh (Don’t Let Your Children Alone), the project aims to enhance awareness about child sexual abuse and seek solutions to protect children from a social evil that has been emerging in recent years.
The project includes a song composed by Trang Phap, Dung De Con Mot Minh (Don’t Let Your Children Be Alone), a music video, viral videos and clips featuring the famous mothers, who will be seen sharing information on ways to protect children and ensure their safety.
Six mothers, Hong Nhung, Thu Minh, Doan Trang, Thao Trang, Tra My Idol, Truong Quynh Anh, together with Trang Phap, will become representatives of the project by lending their voices and using their influence to jointly contribute to the efforts to protect children.
According to Vietnamese songwriter-singer Trang Phap - the project initiator, she have nurtured the idea for the project for a long time. “I have read about and shed tears on the plight of many children who were sexually abused. Many Vietnamese parents tend to consider sex as a sensitive issue and avoid talking about it with their children, which consequently leads to the children’s lack of knowledge about sex. As a result, they are more likely to become victims of sexual predators”, said Trang Phap.
Meanwhile, Trang Phap also have cancelled all her personal musical projects, since early this year, to concentrate on this one. She hope that its message, “Don’t Leave Your Children Be Alone”, will reach everyone and improve people’s awareness about the seriousness of this social evil and provide vital practical knowledge on how to protect the children.
Mai Nguyen
Source: Vietnamplus
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