Hi SCNers,

First of all, I would like to thank to Blog It Forward – Jitendra Kansal and Blog It Forward- Srinivas Salpala, who gave me a chance to join to BIF. This is the good way to introduce myself to everyone in forum, and I hope I can have more and more friend in around the world…hihihi…

MY INTRODUCTION

I come from Ho Chi Minh City, one of two biggest cities of Vietnam. My Vietnamese name is “Thu HΖ°Ζ‘ng”, it means “the scent of autumn”…may be that why I’m being a sensitive girl. πŸ˜›

This is some pics about HCMCity:

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*** Volleyball is the most interesting sport with me. I have played it since high school. I also joined some tournaments in school, but only get the Silver medal… πŸ˜₯

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*** Besides sport, I like joining into Social activities. Every July, my college organized the Green Summer and we came poor areas in my country to help the people there. We also brought the joy into the orphanage children. These activities make me recognize that I’m luckier than a lot of people. I want to say that let esteem what you’re having, and share it to others.

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Do you feel I look like a kid between crowd of children?, hihihi

MY ANSWER FOR YOUR QUESTION:

1) What makes you feel happy all the time? Or What makes you smile/laugh?

The people said that I have the sad eyes, but I own the funny heart and optimist mind instead…It’s good, isn’t it? My strength is smile, and you will be easier to recognize me between crowds because I have special laugh, hahaha…

I can smile in anywhere, anytime and any reason. Maybe because of the sunshine, the wind, sitting and watch the people crossing or another’s happiness.

This is because of Yoga. It refreshes my mind and enjoys the life with beautiful color.

One of Yoga pose I do well, 😎

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2) What are great moments of your childhood days?

The great moment of my childhood days is about my Daddy.

This is a simple story I heard from my Mom when I was 6 years old.

In one day my Daddy took me to the park, I felt hungry but my Daddy didn’t bring money, or he didn’t have enough money (I don’t know)…He has to sell his watch to buy some food to me.

When I growth up, I know that no one in the world love me so much like them, and I have to try a lots (study hard, work hard…) to take care my parent…

3) What is the craziest thing you would have done in your life?

The craziest thing I did when I was 5 years old.

One day, I found the shaver of my Dad. But I don’t know what it is and how it works.

I tried it with my hair; I shave one line in the middle of forehead…hahaha

So crazy…the people look at me and laugh a lot…Luckily, the hair grown again and I’m still nice, hahaha…

This is the crazy girl I’m talking about…

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Now, you can know who I am…let’s show us who you are…

I’d like to forward to:

Rithin Shah

Kaushalya Perera

THAO NGUYEN VAN

Nishan Dev S

chandrakanth G

Jazib Tariq

Ram Kumar Swami

The questions are:

1)   1) What do you say about yourself within 3 words?

2)   2) What make you feel remorse until now?

3)   3) Have you felt boredom with SAP? And what did you do in that time?

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  1. jitendra kansal

    Hi Julie,

    First of all thank you so much for accepting the invitation. Welcome to BIF family. πŸ™‚

    glad to see all beautiful pix.  Keep your sports and social activities always up. Always be happy whatever rewards you are earning.

    In one day my Daddy took me to the park, I felt hungry but my Daddy didn’t bring money, or he didn’t have enough money (I don’t know)…He has to sell his watch to buy some food to me.

    your great moments touched me.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Rgrds,

    Jitendra

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  2. Srinivas Salpala

    Hi Julie,

    Thanks for accepting the invitation on BIF. Nice to read your personal and professional journey so far.

    Happy to know that you help poor people… Keep up the best!!

    BR, Srinivas Salpala

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  3. Ramakrishna Dadi

    Hi Julie, Nice BIF with Nice pics of HCM city.

    Good to see you with Volleyball medals.

    “This is because of Yoga. It refreshes my mind and enjoys the life with beautiful color”

    Thats true..

    Best Regards,

    Rama

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  4. Ravi Sankar Venna

    Welcome to BIF. Good to know you Julie.

    “Hunger is the greatest learner of life. It teaches value of food, value of relation and value of life. Every human being should respect hunger.”

    “The only love that is unconditional in this world is Mother’s love. She always thinks about your well being. Any other love in this world is reciprocal. Parents are our real treasure. We should do every attempt to make them happy”.

    Best Regards,

    Ravi

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  5. Vivek Singh Bhoj

    Hi Julie,

    Great BIF and very well written

    Playing Sports develops one’s personality tremendously as you get to know new places and new people, learn about Team work, gain self confidence and winning medal boosts you morale and helps in other fields also

    Nice picture

    Good to know about you πŸ™‚

    Regards,

    Vivek

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  6. Susan Keohan

    Hi Julie and welcome to the #BIF family! I love that your name means ‘scent of Autumn’ – which is a beautiful thing here in New England.  I am also sure you are not the first kid to have an interesting experiment with Dad’s razor, so don’t feel bad (you don’t sound like you do).

    I agree with the others who have posted about your Dad selling his watch to buy you food, what a wonderful memory that must be!  Thank you for sharing it with us!
    Cheers,
    Sue

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    1. Julie (PHAN THI THU HUONG) Post author

      Thank you very much Sue…it’s really best memories that I will tell to my kid in the future…

      I just search the meaning of your name, Susan.

      It comes from one word of old Egypt, means “lotus”…

      I don’t know it is correct or not, πŸ™‚

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  7. Steffi Warnecke

    I think, this is the cutest BIF I have seen here so far. It made me smile and grin the whole time, because your bubbly personality shines through every part. πŸ˜€

    And I’m with Susan… “‘scent of Autumn” is just beautiful! And it made me google my own name to learn its meaning. “The crowned” is nowhere near as cool as yours. ^^

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  8. Jazib Tariq

    Hi Julie,

    Nice to know about your self and crazy thing thing you do in your life but i feel if you shave complete Hair then you look more beautiful. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜›

    Thanks

    Jazib Tariq

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    1. Julie (PHAN THI THU HUONG) Post author

      Hi Jazib,

      If I did like you said when I was child, I was a craziest baby that I know.

      Nice to meet you.

      Let’s join to BIF chain, and I really want to know what is your craziest thing you have done.

      I added you to my BIF’s chain.

      Please consider my invitation and read more information in http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-30977

      I’m looking forward your BIF, hehehe

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  9. Ram Kumar Swami

    Hi Julie,

    Glad to know about your journey so far.

    Loved your helping nature to needy people.

    Also I like your craziest thing you have done in your childhood and cute pictures πŸ™‚

    Regards,

    Ram

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  10. ' MoazzaM '

    Hi Julie Phan

    Good to know more about you and your home town. Its good that you are taking care of your parents and please buy his favorite watch for your father because now its your time to pay back.

    Thank$

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  11. Gali Kling Schneider

    Wonderful blog it forward Julie! Thank you for sharing your world a little.

    I admire your yogi pose… I would not be able to 😳

    Have you heard of newcombe ball? Its a game similiar to volleyball that I recently started playing here in Israel…

    Gali

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    1. Julie (PHAN THI THU HUONG) Post author

      Thank you very much Gali.

      You can do that yoga pose better than me.

      Let’s hear your body and believe yourself, you can do many amazing things…

      (I have done yoga for a long time for that pose, may be my body talk too small that I can hear, hahaha).

      I haven’t heard about newcombe ball, but I search it. It’s great!! I want to try it, hehehe…

      Thanks for your great introducion. πŸ™‚

      Julie

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  12. Nishan D Singh

    Hello Julie,

    Loved your blog, and thanks for sharing your world with us all, we feel great when we see SCN community treats everyone like a Family, it like we all are in different rooms of Big House SCN house, and everyone has something to share.

    Thank again Julie,

    Nishan Dev

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  13. Carlos Roggan

    Hello Julie, has been very nice to read your BIF and to see these wonderful photos, which are kind of new to me!

    Thanks so much and have a warm WELCOME!

    πŸ˜‰

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  14. Suseelan Hari

    Hi Julie,

    Nice to know about your and your experience.

    Also special things about Vietnam. Keep up the good work!

    All the best!

    Good Luck! Happy New Year 2014! πŸ™‚

    Regards,

    Hari Suseelan

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  15. Sivaganesh K

    Hi Julie Phan,

    wonderful blog… Thanks for sharing your life.. good to know about you.. πŸ™‚ Keep up the good work .. πŸ™‚ craziest thing is really great.. πŸ˜›

    Regards,

    Sivaganesh

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  16. Sudhir S.V

    Hi Julie,

    Nice reading your blog…. πŸ˜€

    Really enjoyed reading it. Lot of humor in your blog which tells us your behavior 😎

    Do you feel I look like a kid between crowd of children?, hihihi

    Really I felt like this πŸ˜›

    After reading about your social activities and your thinking of parents then I felt you are grown up πŸ™‚

    Anyways nice to know about you.

    Regards

    Sudhir Sadhu

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      1. Sudhir S.V

        Hi Julie,

        I think you won’t believe. In my childhood I too didn’t the same craziest thing which you have done but with scissors. I thought of mentioned in my BIF but felt shy to mention and didn’t mention in mine.

        Regards

        Sudhir Sadhu

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        1. Julie (PHAN THI THU HUONG) Post author

          hahahaha, really…OMG…I’m not craziest child in the world…hahaha…

          You’re not shy anymore and share it to me, because you find another girl who has same idea to you, correct…hahaha

          So funny…

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