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Chinese Student’s Kind Gesture At The Musolla Receives Public’s Praise

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Picture: @arasyi_28

Two videos uploaded by a teacher with the username of @arasyi_28 caught people’s attention recently. In the first video at a school’s musolla, the teacher just finished his prayer. When he was about to put his shoes on, he found out all shoes on the floor were on the rack.

@arasyi_28

budak ni dia tak berapa sihat tetapi nampak ada budi baik yang patut kita puji👍🏻

♬ suara asli – in_music6 – in_music6

The teacher then wondered who was the mystery person who arranged these shoes. Interestingly, the person also untied the laces, so they would be easier to put on. Surprisingly, he caught his student, a Chinese boy with special needs, arranging them.

Seeing how people wanted to see more about the Chinese boy, the teacher uploaded another video.

@arasyi_28

Membalas kepada @Mohd Izuan boleh tapi minta support video ni ya . budak istimewa ni buat aku tersenyum

♬ Belum Siap Kehilangan – Afiq Adnan

@arasyi_28 asked his Muslim students not to arrange their shoes on the rack to see what the Chinese boy would do. When it was prayer time, the students went to the musolla and did as they were told.

Again, the Chinese student came and arranged the shoes on the rack. Just like before, he untied the laces so it would be easier for the Muslim students to put them on.

The kind and sweet gesture of the Chinese boy at the musolla touched the viewers’ hearts. They praised his parents for teaching him good manners.

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Picture: @arasyi_28

What a sweet boy! Wishing him wonderful life ahead, and thank you.

Source: @arasyi_28 (TikTok)

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