Special Cultural Ambassador for the 31st Southeast Asian Games

Le Minh Duc is one of the youngest volunteers at the 31st Southeast Asian Games. This boy is in class 10 of Le Hong Phong Gifted High School in Ho Chi Minh City.

With the advantages of background knowledge, passion for sports, especially chess, football, English diplomatic ability, height and appearance requirements, he helped Minh Duc to be selected as a volunteer selected by the Hanoi Youth League. .

For the male student, the SEA Games was an opportunity to showcase the dynamism, enthusiasm and diplomacy of Vietnamese youth as hosts.

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Le Minh Duc (left cover) and other volunteers at the 31st Southeast Asian Games


“In the past few days, I have guided many foreign spectators, coordinated with the security forces, checked spectators’ tickets to Mei Ting’s courtyard… This work helps young people connect with volunteers at the university. From there Since then, I have gained many respectable and enthusiastic friends.”

The 16-year-old boy also said that he has understood the competition rules of subjects such as pencak silat and fencing…ready to answer the questions for the audience. Passionate about sports, these jobs are not challenging for Germany. “When I was at school, I always played football in the backyard during recess. I knew how to play basketball and played some chess games,” Minh Duc said.

Not only Le Minh Duc, but also many young people volunteered at the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi and many neighboring provinces. They believe that every Vietnamese citizen will be a special cultural ambassador, spreading the beauty of Vietnam’s country and people to friends in other countries in the region.

Trinh Viet Khanh (25 years old), a nutrition coach at Happy Healthy Every Day Club, who lives in Dong Da District, Hanoi, is one of them. On the afternoon of May 12, on the eve of the opening of the 31st SEA Games, friends of the Qinghe Green Transportation Squad closed at Tan My Gate while participating in the festival, cheering and guiding in response to the music of “The Coming of Faith”. For spectators at sports competitions…

Community activities are a passion for Khanh, who said he was involved in providing service and support for traffic order and safety for the 2019 US-North Korea summit in Vietnam. The young man shared: “When the 22nd SEA Games was first held in Vietnam in 2003, I was only 6 years old and went to My Dinh Stadium for the first time. I still remember that feeling. That’s why I had to register. Reasons to be a volunteer for the 31st SEA Games.”

Meanwhile, Nguyen Thi Thuy Dung, a first-year student majoring in high-quality medicinal chemistry at Hanoi University of Natural Sciences, loves football, and her love for the sport of kings has led Dung to register as a volunteer at SEA. The 31st Olympic Games. “I wanted to experience firsthand the excitement of being with everyone at this event,” Dung shared.