Born and raised in a farming family in the poor countryside of Ta Van commune, Sapa Vietnam. In 2017, graduating from Lao Cai Ethnic Minority Boarding High School, Huong passed the exam to Hanoi University, majoring in Development Studies – Faculty of International Studies. In 2021, after graduating from Hanoi University, with a bachelor’s degree in hand, unlike her peers who chose Hanoi to look for job opportunities, Huong brought the knowledge after 4 years of light. Books in the capital return to their homeland with the desire to realize the dream of preserving and preserving the beauty of Giay ethnic culture.
Also in 2021,
Also in 2021, at the competition for ethnic minority youth aged 16-30 years, sponsored by the European Union and Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam, conducted by Aide et Action, China. Northwestern Development Cooperation Center in collaboration with the Youth Union of Hoa Binh and Lao Cai provinces, Huong’s project is highly appreciated. The project of a girl from Giay ethnic group with the desire to create livelihoods, preserve and promote Sapa Vietnam indigenous culture through the idea of organizing experiential tours in the form of online via Zoom, Google Meet, Youtube, tiktok, Facebook and Online travel are an effective communication method for Offline tours. In which, 80% of tourists will choose to go to the field after joining the online tour.
After 3 rounds of extremely intense competition, the project “Online experience tourism with Sapa Vietnam indigenous people” has excelled as one of the 5 gold prizes of the “Business Initiative Challenge” contest in 2021. shared: “After participating in the contest and was fortunate to win an award, I am very happy to have initially achieved a little bit of success for my career and dream. In the future, I hope to help many people. Sa Pa natives moreover have stable jobs in the field of tourism as well as inspire young people like me”.
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