VietNamNet Bridge – The list of ten outstanding young people of 2011 was made public last night, March 22, 2012.
From the left: Vu Trong Thu and Nguyen Huy Hoang, outstanding
faces in studies and research.
This is the annual selection of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. In the past 15 years, 150 outstanding young people received this title.
In the 16th year, ten individuals who work in five areas were honored in Hanoi on the evening of March 22.
Three people are granted this title for their achievement in study and research, including: Associate Professor, Doctor Pham Hoang Hiep (30), Vu Trong Thu (30) and Nguyen Huy Hoang (19).
Pham Duc Thach (37) from the central province of Ha Tinh is honored for his effort to overcome a lot of difficulties to enrich himself in his hometown. Thach’s cooperative earns annual profit of over $50,000.
Songwriter and singer Le Cat Trong Ly (25) is praised for her talent. In 2011, Ly’s trans-Vietnam live show inspired many Vietnamese youngsters to take action to build a better life.
A Ung (30) – a youth leader – is honored for his effort in changing the thought of backward customs and habits of young ethnic minority people in his hometown.
Pianist Hoang Pham Tra Mi, who won the first prize at last year’s F.Chopin piano competition, and pencak silat athlete Nguyen Thi Yen, who won a gold medal at the Southeast Asian Games 2011 are outstanding people in the field of art and sports.
Nguyen Si Binh (32) and Tran Trung Kien (35) are outstanding faces in fighting drug-related criminals.
Promising young people title was also presented to ten people, including Nguyen Trung Hieu, a poor student from the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School who wrote an essay that touched the heart of millions of people.
Pham Duc Thach (right) is honored for overcoming a lot of difficulties to Mai Hanh
enrich himself in his hometown - Ha Tinh province. Songcomposer and singer Le Cat Trong Ly (left). Pencak Silat athlete Nguyen Thi Yen. Nguyen Si Binh (left) and Tran Trung Kien (right) are outstanding
people in fighting drug-related criminals.