You may find it interesting that my aspiration to be successful actually began with a series of illnesses I suffered in my childhood. A frail girl, I frequently visited local hospitals that were in extremely bad condition. Initially I thought my parent took me to those hospitals out of a concern over a fight family budget, but later I discovered that most Vietnamese hospitals at that time were poorly equipped due to an underdeveloped economy. This experience instilled in me, from an early age, a strong desire to do something to be treated with better medicine and more advanced medical equipment. In retrospect, I even feel grateful to those unhappy experiences in hospitals, for they made me more mature, persevering, and above all, more determined in pursuing my professional direction than many of my peers.
A defining moment in my life occurred in September 2009 when having excelled in the National Entrance Examination, I was admitted to English Department of University of Languages and International Studies – Vietnam National University, which is famous for its language teaching and international community. I left my lovely little hometown and went to Hanoi to conduct my undergraduate study. I left my parent and my friends in order to experience a new life and broaden the scope of my education and view of life. Whenever I tried to think or write about mylife, I always settled upon the importance of this move, which actually formed my destiny in my pursuit of English enrichment and the use of my knowledge to help those in need of a helping hand. It seems like from at that time I glued up my life with language teaching but life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what taste you will get next. And so was my ambition for the future, from a writer to jourlist, from film director to teacher. But now, after years of thought and exploration I found that I still have strong passion and persistence for a permanent career that your company could bring me and I am determined to devote my whole life to it.