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Bui Ngoc Yen

I am very proud to wear the Vietnamese traditional dress, Ao dai, in the country of love - France. To me, Ao dai is not just a national clothing, but a symbol of love and destiny, like a delicate pink thread that brought my soulmate and I together. I still remember the time when, during a Halloween costume party in high school, I chose to wear an Ao dai and my "school friend" was instantly smitten with me.

On the most important day of our lives, our wedding day, my beloved and I wore matching Ao Dais as we joyously registered our union. Although we now reside in France, we cherish and uphold the rich customs and traditions of Vietnam. Whether celebrating the annual Tet festival or partaking in cultural events, Ao dai always remains our first choice, allowing us to share the vibrant cultural heritage of our homeland with our French friends.

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