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Mrs. Phan Bich Thien

My name is Phan Bich Thien, and I currently live and work in Hungary.

Like many other Vietnamese women, I often wear an Ao Dai on occasions such as Vietnamese festivals or when attending diplomatic events, I always wear a graceful Ao Dai. I recall one particular event where I represented my family's Fried Castle resort and received the EU Quality Tourism Award while wearing a Vietnamese Ao Dai. During the award presentation, the representative from the Hungarian National Tourism Office jokingly remarked, "Looking at your Ao Dai, I can already imagine what a beautiful resort it must be." Whenever I wear the Ao Dai, my family and friends always compliment me on how lovely it looks. I always encourage my daughters, friends, and family to wear the Ao Dai as a way of preserving Vietnamese cultural values.

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