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Do Thi Ngoc Cham

I really like wearing Vietnamese áo dai.

Participating in soccer matches on the field, the outfit I usually wear is only shorts, but in the 2003 SEAGAME season, our women's soccer team had the opportunity to wear a blue áo dài. I was also honored to wear the áo dai on an occasion to receive the certificate of merit from the President at Bác Ho's Mausoleum. My next time wearing the Vietnamese Ao Dai was when I attended the launching ceremony of the FIFA World Cup Women's World Cup. Usually on the field, our team uniform would wear jerseys and shorts, but having the opportunity to put on the Vietnamese ao dai, everyone was surprised at first and everyone praised. I am graceful, gentle; That's also why I love the ao dai so much.

In the future, when I retire from playing football, the ao dai will always be the outfit I choose to wear on special occasions like holidays, Tet, and when participating in television programs. The image of the ao dai in my mind is always a symbol of the beauty of Vietnamese women. I always want the Vietnamese ao dai to be widely promoted and known not only as the national costume of Vietnam but also as a symbol of Vietnamese women who are gentle yet strong and resilient.

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