I have a lifelong passion for art since I was a child. Now, Besides the official art class in school, I also join a drawing class called Hala Art and my teacher is very pleased with my drawings.
2. How do you think art classes affect children’s development?
Yes, definitely. Learning arts, especially at a young age, can help stimulate children’s cognitive development and encourage them to think outside the box. Because they’re still little, their ideas are very fresh and lovely, which is worth appreciating.
3. Have you ever visited an art gallery?
Absolutely! I’ve been to several art galleries in Hanoi. I’ve visited The Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA) in Thanh Xuan, Work Room Four in Tay Ho District, Hanoi Art Gallery in Trang Tien. The exhibitions and installations inVCCA are my favorite because they’re modern, creative, and attractive.
4. Is there any artwork on the wall in your room?
I don’t have any piece of artwork. However, we have some in our living room. Actually, my mom is an art enthusiast, she loves to collect some abstract paintings and hang them on the wall.
5. What kind of paintings do people like?
In my opinion, people love hanging landscape paintings at home. Bringing in the beauty of Mother Nature somehow eases people’s mind after a long day at work. Another style of drawing that most people also like is portrait. It could be portraits of someone important to them or even their lovely pets.
Yes, definitely! I have a sweet tooth and cakes are my favorite kind of dessert.
2. When do you usually eat cakes?
I eat cakes whenever I celebrate my birthday, it’s a kind of tradition. Also, if I go to a café to meet friends, I enjoy having a slice of cake and a cup of juice. It’s great way to kill times while waiting for my friends.
3. Is there a good variety of sweets in your country?
Oh yes. Actually, I think there are too much of them. Candies, biscuits, cakes, jams, juices, and sugary drinks can be found everywhere. I guess a lot of people have a sweet tooth these days.
4. Do you know how to bake a cake?
Unfortunately, not! I just love eating cake but baking never crossed my mind at all, I suppose that’s kind of tedious and honestly, I’m not really interested in trying.
Yes, Definitely! I always look to see what my favorite musicians are wearing and then try to copy them.
2. What kind of things do you normally wear?
It depends on what I’m doing really. If I’m studying, I always wear my school uniform including a white shirt and black trousers, but we don’t have to wear a tie. If I’m going out, it will be more casual like a polo shirt and jeans. And If I’m at home it will be really relaxed, just a t-shirt and shorts.
3. Where do you usually buy your clothes?
I go to a big shopping center or department store and buy everything there. It’s very convenient that I don’t have to run all over the city. I also go to somes trendy shops with my friends such as Up to second, Daisy shop.
4. Have you ever bought clothes online?
No, because I don’t trust their clothes to always fit me. As I know, some of my friends order lots of clothes online and then receive the ones that don’t fit them back. It’s much quicker to go into a proper shop and try the clothes on there and make sure they are a proper fit.
Having one friend is certainly good, but having a group of friends is even better because you get to lean onto more people than just one when you are in need. Getting to know different people with different backgrounds and interests helps me to grow as a dynamic person.
2. What do you like doing most with your friend/s?
I mostly like to hang out with my friends and have some stimulating conversation about the various aspects of our societies as well as what is happening in our part of the world. Then, we just love to hit a movie theatre to enjoy one of our favorite movies together.
3. What makes a friend into a good friend?
I am not really into judging whether someone is a good friend or not. In my opinion, a good friend would turn into even a better one if he or she remains by my side not only during my happy days but also during the ‘not-so’ happy days because as they say, “a friend in need is a friend indeed”, and I happen to agree with it whole-heartedly.
4. In what ways are your friends important to you?
My friends actually represent me. I can be absolutely myself with my friends, can share anything with them and they are by my side whenever I need them. From this regard, they are important to me to a great extent. I can recall numerous occasions when they selflessly supported me. I believe friends make life worth living and more colourful.