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Mrs. Gia Ngoc

When I go out, take photographs, attend events, and especially on significant holidays or Tet, I usually put on Ao Dai. Ao Dai is a traditional Vietnamese outfit that holds a special meaning to me.

When I was younger, I had a vivid memory of Ao Dai. I was 18 years old and little overweight at the time, and I had to be a fussy eater in order to button my shirt when performing at university. However, receiving compliments on my beauty and clothing made me feel really joyful and more confident. I began working out and staying healthy after that in order to wear the ao dai comfortably and gracefully.

My close friends and sisters frequently suggest and advise on suitable colors and styles whenever I wear ao dai. When loved ones recognize and appreciate my accomplishments, I am overjoyed.

In addition to wearing Ao Dai, I sew and give Ao Dai to members of my family and close friends. Every time I present an Ao Dai, I hope the person who receives it is as proud of and as enamored with this special garment as I am.

Wearing the Vietnamese Ao Dai is not just a traditional costume, but also a sign of the Vietnamese nation's unity and diversity. I am really proud of and grateful to those who created and developed this traditional ao dai so that we may conserve and pass down a unique cultural property of the Vietnamese people.

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