Sun. Apr 14th, 2024

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese netizens are upset with a rude photo featuring a young man who posed on the statue of Emperor Ly Thai To, the founder of the Ly Dynasty, who is best known for relocating the imperial capital from Hoa Lu (Ninh Binh province) to Thang Long (Hanoi) in 1010 AD.


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The photo was uploaded on the Facebook page of Luc Telemotail on March 17. It has quickly stirred up the online community.

In this photo, a young man in a long-sleeved shirt and black pants sits on the monument of Emperor Ly Thai To, with the hands on his lap. The photo was posted on the man’s Facebook and even set as his Facebook avatar.

Many people have expressed their anger over the photo, saying that it shows a lack of respect for the history and the disrespect for King Ly Thai To.

It is defined that the owner of the Luc Telemotail account is a 22-year-old man in Bac Ninh province, who is a student of the Hanoi College of Television. On his Facebook page, the guy wrote that he works for the Vietnam Journalists’ Association.

After being criticized by netizens, Luc Telemotail removed the photo.

It is noticed that many young people recently posted offensive photos on their personal pages on social networks, for example the photo featuring a young girl sitting on the grave of a martyr; two girls sitting on the stone turtles on the Temple of Literature; and a boy posed on the statue of Buddha, etc.


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These photos are strongly criticized for showing lack of thought and understanding and disrespect for the nation’s history of a part of young people.

While the online community is burning with the photo of the man posing on the statue of King Ly Thai To, another Facebook account – SOLS – posted a photo that makes viewers tremble.

In the photo, the boy holds two shaved monkey’s hands. He laughed brightly as if he is showing off a trophy. The boy also invited friends to contact him if they want to eat monkey meat.

Netizens are seeking information about SOLS, who is guessed to live in the Central Highlands.

P. Lam

By vivian