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Nam San

Greetings everyone, my name is Nam San, I was born and raised in Germany.

Since I was young, my mother used to dress me in áo dài on special occasions in Germany. I have worn Ao Dai many times to kindergarten, and my little sister does the same now. My current Ao Dai no longer fits me because I have grown too fast this year, the dress has become too short, and I am waiting for my grandmother to send me a new Ao Dai from Vietnam. Every time I wear Ao Dai, I feel a little closer to my homeland and love Vietnam even more. I also speak Vietnamese fluently, so when I go back to Vietnam, nobody realizes that I live in Germany.

I also give many Ao Dai to my friends here, and they also wear Ao Dai when participating in Vietnamese festivals with me; seeing my friends wear traditional Vietnamese clothing makes me very happy and proud. My class has many friends from different countries, and I love to speak their language. Because I always want to tell my friends and all my friends around the world that :

Con là người Việt Nam, con rất yêu Việt Nam, và con cũng rất yêu Áo Dài.

I am Vietnamese, I love Vietnam, and I also love Áo Dài.

Je suis vietnamien, j'aime le Vietnam et j'aime aussi les Áo Dài.

Ich bin Vietnamese, ich liebe Vietnam und ich liebe auch Áo Dài.

我是越南人,我爱越南,我也爱 Áo Dài。

Я вьетнамка, я люблю Вьетнам, и я также люблю Áo Dài.

Soy vietnamita, amo Vietnam y también amo Áo Dài.

אני וייטנאמי, אני אוהב את וייטנאם, ואני גם אוהב את אאו דאי.

(Vietnamese, English, French, German, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Hebrew)

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