Laos is experiencing a baseball boom. Even in a situation where they have not been able to exercise properly for the past 3 years due to Corona, not only Wiangjjan High School but also middle school principals contact Jane In-nae and come to teach their students how to play baseball.
When the corona was severe메이저놀이터 it stopped for a while, and if the corona was not severe, the representative Jane Nae and the two leaders and players visited the school and taught baseball to the students directly. Honestly, teaching baseball to those who study and exercise in a poor environment is impossible, not reckless. It is said that not only the people around him, but even his acquaintances pointed fingers at him for acting foolishly and foolishly.
Nevertheless, they never gave up and taught baseball to their students in their spare time at each school that wanted baseball. Of course, it would be reckless to them and it might look stupid. Lao J Brothers players and leaders are spreading baseball without giving up once because they know that amazing miracles appear to young people in the distant future through baseball.
Easy things anyone can do. Difficult things are not easy to challenge. But when someone does something difficult, it is no longer called difficult. In order for that to happen, someone must challenge and pave the way for the seemingly difficult task. The pioneers are the national team players and leaders representing Laos.
Representative Jane In-nae has been putting everything aside to host the ‘DGB Cup International Competition’ for several months. In particular, Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia teams come all the way to Laos for international competitions, so they have been repairing the baseball field with the players for several months so that there is no inconvenience in playing anyway.
When I look at the Laos baseball field, it reminds me of what I wrote before. It reads “If you build it, he will come”. Since there was a baseball field like a lie, Laos is now experiencing a baseball boom. It is the Laos government that has the most interest not only in students but also in the general public. Due to this international convention, the Laotian government is truly in a festive mood.
I mentioned it for a while before, but the expectation that young Laos would come if a baseball field was really built came true like a lie. “If you make it, he will come”