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Mrs. Nguyen Thi Cuc

With over twenty years of expertise instructing French and assisting hundreds of students in achieving their goals of studying abroad in Europe, I am always happy to be a person who has dedicated their whole youth to adoring, comprehending, and experiencing French culture.

I visit France at least once a year for business, and whenever I visit my French friends' homes or go to major events there, I make it a habit to wear my Ao Dai. The explanation as to why I'm doing this is that wearing Ao Dai in France makes me feel incredibly elegant, self-assured, and energizes the cross-cultural spirit, exactly like my career, which I give my all to.

There is one particular Ao Dai, with the Eiffel tower on it, that I adore in every Ao Dai I have. I wore it for the first time when I was asked to make a speech at an event hosted by some of my former students, who had now found their own success. But what stands out in my memory the most is when I proudly announced the 2Life Ao Dai project, of which I am an ambassador, on the large stage of the University of Transport and Communications, an institution to which I gave more than 20 years of my life.

That day, while wearing the Ao Dai with the Eiffel Tower embroidered on it, I had collected over 200 Ao Dai to send to France as a cultural present to French ladies - a gift that had all of the pride, grace, and desire to connect with the world of Vietnamese residents.

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