A picture depicting a foreign man with a lot of tattoos on his body who was kneeling to spoon-feed a beggar has attracted special attention of Vietnamese Facebook users.
When emotionless has become a social disease, the photo featuring a foreign man who was kneeling to spoon-feed a beggar on the road has touched the heart of thousands of people.
The message delivered by the one who posted this picture on Facebook is “Live slowly. Think differently. Love others more.”
Right after the photo was posted on Facebook, it has attracted a lot of comments.
“A good and respectful act!” one wrote.
“Good culture. Good action. We have to learn from him. If a Vietnamese has tattoos, he will be seen as a gangster. But western culture is different. Tattoo is normal. No matter with the tattoos, his behavior is great!” another wrote.
Several commented that this man feigned to be famous or this guy was eating in front of the beggar and he asked his friend to take a picture. However, such ideas were protested fiercely.
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