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Quynh Anh

Every Tet holiday, I am always eager to prepare my outfit. Because that was the time when I was able to wear the traditional dress of Vietnam. Ao Dai for me is not only an outfit but also a cultural symbol, celebrating the beauty and qualities of Vietnamese women.

My earliest memories of the dress make it an important part of my life. The first time I wore it was while studying at teacher training school. Suddenly, I felt like I was confident, radiant like a fairy tale princess. I can't help but wonder why we don't wear long dresses every day.

Every time I wear a dress, I am always praised and given that it is the right outfit for who I am. My family also loves the dress and I am always encouraged to wear it on special occasions. It was a time when each member of our family felt solemn and proud of the traditional beauty of the Vietnamese nation.

Ao Dai is not simply clothing, it is a spirit, a beautiful quality of Vietnamese women. It is an invaluable cultural asset that we must preserve and pass on to future generations. When I wear ao dai, I am dressed in strong and elegant armor, proud to be a Vietnamese woman, from my soul to my appearance.

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