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I wore this traditional Vietnamese Ao Dai on the occasion of the first National Day in Taiwan, a special place for me and my two daughters. Taiwan was the place that welcomed me for medical treatment during the most intense period of the COVID-19 pandemic in mid-2020. At that time, countries were closing their borders due to the pandemic and all flights were canceled, but Taiwan was the only country that welcomed my family for medical treatment.

As someone who knew very little about Taiwan, I grew to love this beautiful island, especially its healthcare system and people. As a result, I decided to temporarily leave my job as an editor at Vietnam Television to come to Taiwan for higher education. I also brought my two children to this country to expose them to a region that is close to Vietnam yet very civilized and developed, and to give my youngest child a better environment to grow up in.

This was a significant milestone that changed my life, taking me from a dark place to a brighter and more positive one, and I stepped out of my comfort zone. I am proud to be a strong, positive, and traditional Vietnamese woman, and the traditional Ao Dai always reminds me of that.

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