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Mrs. Ella Phan

As a designer who has the opportunity to participate in introducing the beauty of Vietnamese traditional costumes in many cultural and art exchange programs; I am especially interested in engaging in cultural conservation activities, not only to introduce the value and meaning of our "origin", but also to bring the Ao Dai closer to the young generation.

One of the most memorable moments when I joined the programs was that with the encouragement of the organizers, I had the opportunity to create some designs that incorporate educational values (using the image of a child wearing an Ao Dai with his arms wrapped around, receiving lucky money to celebrate the New Year, the image of a Tet market with a grandfather wearing Ao Dai and giving lucky words… to decorate the Ao Dai) and fine art culture (simulating woodblock printing techniques to showing images of folk games as decorative images on children's Ao Dai).

Furthermore, with a passion for culture, I also hope that Ao Dai will accompany Vietnamese children living abroad, through toy products associated with this traditional costume (set of long wedding dresses for Barbie dolls, stuffed dolls with Ao Dai, etc.).

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