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Mrs. Vo Thi Nhung

Being Vietnamese, I wear ao dai frequently. It is a must-have accessory for significant Vietnamese occasions, and I have worn ao dai on the wedding day of one of my sons. Speaking of memories with Ao Dai, I have a lot of them, but one from a few years back stands out in my mind. I've been talking to my two French mates for a very long time. I've shared with them the lovely culture of Vietnam during the years we've been friends, and we even enjoyed a wonderful trip to Vietnam together. Prior to their flight back to France for their wedding, they informed me they adored ao dai, so as a tailor, I made them a pair of ao dai as a memento. They obviously enjoy this present as well, and I'm thrilled that they do.

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