Ten outstanding young faces of 2018 announced

Update: 10:55 | 15/03/2019

The top ten winners of the 2018 Outstanding Young Faces and Promising Young Faces Awards were announced at a meeting in Hanoi on March 14.

The online voting for outstanding and promising youths was launched from 7pm on January 25 to midnight on March 2.

Based on the achievements of the candidates, the results of online voting and evaluation of their dossiers, the council members conducted a final vote to select outstanding and promising young faces in 2018.

Ten outstanding young faces, Promising Young Faces,  annual awards, Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union,  Vietnam Young Talent Support Fund

Miss Vietnam H’hen Nie was selected as the 2018 winner in the culture-arts category.

The top ten outstanding youths included Miss Universe Vietnam H’ Hen Nie, midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai, Dr. Nguyen Duc Thanh, Dr. Vong Binh Long, businesswoman Van Dinh Hong Vu, engineer Tran Van Thuyet, senior lieutenant Nguyen Van Thuan, major Le Trong Hieu, founder of G.A.P Academy Le Dinh Hieu and student Nguyen Phuong Thao.

The ten promising young faces were: businessman Ho Duc Hoan, young civil servant Nguyen Hai Long, engineer Tran Dang Khoa, businesswoman Vu Hoang Yen, athlete Bui Thi Thu Thao, professional lieutenant Vang Lao Lu, senior lieutenant Ta Van Cuong, piano prodigy Vo Minh Quang, artist Dao To Loan, and student Pham Duc Anh.

The annual awards were launched by the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee and the Vietnam Young Talent Support Fund.

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Source: NDO

 
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