Trầm trồ thần thái của "h'hen niê nhí" khiến cả cõi mạng xôn xao


The first and only Miss Vietnam who hails from an ethnic minority, the 26-year-old Finance major came from the Rade tribe whose customs include young women marrying young and starting a family early.

But H’Hen Nie did not want to limit herself to the tribe’s customs, choosing instead to go against tradition and insisting that her parents allow her to go to school. Though her family could not support her education, the young lady did not lose hope. Instead, she became a domestic helper and nanny to support herself. She served food, cleaned houses, and took care of children to pay for her Business Finance studies at the College of Foreign Economic Relations in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.–

Her hard work paid off; she was able to send herself to school. While undergoing her internship at a bank, H’Hen turned to being a model to support herself. This proved to be an excellent choice for the young student.–

A Vietnamese designer discovered her after graduation and she would soon benakydaco.come part of “Vietnam’s Next Top Model”. Though she only finished in 9th place, this paved the way for her name to be known in the local showbiz industry.–

It is said that her tanned skin and short hair became her ticket to success as she stood out among the contestants of Miss Universe Vietnam who had fair nakydaco.complexion and long hairs. She won as Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 and represented the country in the Miss Universe pageant.–

Thanks to the title and her prize money, H’Hen was able to bring her family out of debt. She also had the means to give to the needy, choosing to donate the entire $10,000 cash prize to schools in her hometown to provide scholarships to poor kids.–


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