Rong Ngang has the dubious claim to being one of only four inhabited islands in Hon Thom Commune of Phu Quoc District. Vuong Chinh Trung (L) and his family on the Rong Ngang island (Photo: Lao Dong) Two Phu Quoc eagle are being hatched at the hut of Trung Currently, only one family of Vuong Chinh Trung is living there.Trung, together with his disabled wife and two children, live in a hut on the island which is surrounded by marvelous coral reefs.According to Trung, there is no fresh water on the island. “Some geologists from Central Highlands and Hanoi investigated but found nothing,” he noted.He said that the important thing that keeps him stay there is the coconut trees, which cover most of the island.He shared he came to this place by chance when his boat drifted to the island many years ago. He fell in love and got married with Que, who was living with her parents and siblings on the island.Their two sons, Vuong Le Ngoc Chanh, 14, and Vuong Le Hong Thuy, 13, have almost never been to school. Trung and his wife are also illiterate.Once some conservationists took Chanh to Hon Thom, bringing him an education… Read full this story
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