Editor’s Letter – Mar 2020

I recently read in the Washington Post that the editors-in-chief of prestigious law journals at the top 16 law schools in the United States are all women. This is an historic first. Heading into 2020, we see the roles of women changing. They are now CEOs and world leaders, activists, artists, deans of architecture schools, and hold many other top positions. This is a major breakthrough and shows that women can be strong leaders.

In this March issue, as we celebrate International Women’s Day, Culture introduces you to a few exceptional young women. Read their inspiring stories and learn how they are trying to influence the world with their talent. They include our cover feature, Miss World Vietnam 2019, Luong Thuy Linh, ambitious writer Gari Nguyen, perky German vlogger Brittanya Karma, and the creative and charming supermodel Jessica Minh Anh.  Check out our travel tips, new recipes, and fashion and beauty suggestions as we head into spring.

On the theme of women in today’s society, watch the newly produced video on our Youtube Culture Channel and listen to modern Vietnamese women in Canada confess their stories of struggle and determination. In this new episode, our two special guests are singer TyTy Hong Anh and musician Nguyen The An. Please support us by subscribing to our channel.

With all the concerns about the coronavirus spreading around the world, let’s keep healthy with daily exercise routines and nutritious diets.  Check out some of our health advice in this issue and tips on how to boost your immune system against sickness on our website, and on our Culture Channel.

I hope you will start the season with freshness and new inspiration. To all the women, I wish you courage and happiness. Stay strong, be brave, and face the tough challenges, because after the rain there is a rainbow!

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