On May 11, 2017, two classes 58A1 and 58A2 Advanced Program – School of International Education- Thuy Loi University went on a field trip to Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant, Hoa Binh Province. The trip aimed to help students open their eyes and improve their knowledge of hydropower projects. The students were so surprised and desired to explore the majestic beauty of the dam.
The beauty of Hoà Bình Hydroelectricity.
The first place to visit is the power station inside the mountain with the guidance of enthusiastic guides. For the first time students admired the tunnel architecture inside the mountains of the hydroelectric plant, students both listened and collected useful information and knowledge about the power station. The tunnel leads to generators that provide the main source of power for the entire power system in Vietnam. Here, the instructors provided information for students about the structure, capacity, design ... of the 8 power generators.
8 power generators in the power station.
The Delegation have a rest and lunch at a nearby restaurant.
After visiting the power station, the delegation took a break at a restaurant next to the factory gate. After lunch, the next place to visit is the memorial to the dead during the plant construction. It is a large pavilion , in the middle there is a large stone pillar, shaped like a generator. On the inscription, there are names, birthplace and date of birth and death of each person. The delegation burned incense, remembered and felt grateful for the great merit of 168 people lost, including 11 former Soviet Union experts.
The monument commemorates those who have sacrificed.
The final location of the trip is Ho Chi Minh statue, on a high mountain. The delegation came here to remember and grateful for the great work of Uncle Ho.
The statue of President Hồ Chí Minh.
Students and teachers take pictures of memories.
The trip provided students with useful information and knowledge; Create beautiful memories, memorable moments with teachers and friends about Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant.
Ngô Anh Giang - Class 58A2