Pursuing an artistic career from a young age, child stars are many times busier than their peers, when they have to study culture, practice their talents and also participate in the performance schedule. Yet Hoang Thien Nga still fulfills all roles well, is a typical student, besides being a successful singer.
Not long ago, she achieved great results, being the only student sent by the school to take part in an international literary competition. Hoang Thien Nga shared: “I was nominated by the school as the only student of the school in Vietnam to take the Literature competition with talented children of the world. When I received the good news, I wanted to cry. My parents were proud of me. I want to prove to my parents and aunts and uncles that my passion for music does not affect my cultural studies as people once thought.”
Specifically, the Literature teacher personally sent an email asking for parental permission for Hoang Thien Nga to participate in the Foyle Young Poets contest – the largest poetry competition for children aged 11 – 17 worldwide. . The teacher said: “She sent me a poem she wrote herself (I read it and it was very good). This poem will be sent to compete with other young poets around the world, in English.
I believe your daughter, Jennifer (English name of Hoang Swan) has a talent for poetry. She has passion, effort and hard work. She wrote poetry and should be fostered for this gift. This is why I sent an email, to ask for permission from parents to let my daughter participate in the contest (children aged 11-12 need parental or guardian consent).”
The teacher sent an email asking for permission from the parents for Hoang Thien Nga to participate in the international poetry competition.
Under Swan’s post, many people congratulated the talented child star, expressing their support and pride for her. It is known that Hoang Thien Nga is studying at a famous international school in Ho Chi Minh City. Since then, the girl has always achieved good academic results. Previously, Swan was in the top of the best students in the school and was awarded a certificate of merit. Mother Swan once revealed that she always receives a scholarship from the school, achieves IELTS 6.5 and is aiming for IELTS 8.0 to prepare to study abroad. When taking the entrance exam to the Conservatory, Thien Nga also excelled in the position of valedictorian in violin with a score of 26.5.
Hoang Thien Nga has achieved many outstanding achievements in both music and culture.
Hoang Thien Nga was born in 2009, widely known to the audience after entering the Top 6 Vietnamese Children’s Voices. She is also the runner-up of the show VASS Got Talent and the champion of the show Listen to Me Sing Children for the first season. Swan knows how to play 5 types of musical instruments: piano, violin, organ, guitar, and drums, each holding its own concert. Impressed with the talent of the child star, singer Bang Kieu adopted Thien Nga when they both joined a foreign tour.
Hoang Thien Nga is also known as the adopted daughter of singer Bang Kieu.
At the age of 12, Swan reached the height of 1m70. She has a beautiful beauty, big eyes, high nose, and a lovely oval face. The girl grew up in a well-to-do family, and was fully invested by her parents. Swan’s mother once shared that to facilitate her children’s artistic activities, the family bought a penthouse of 20 billion VND near the city center, making it convenient for Swan to travel. In addition, the family also invites famous teachers to teach Swan at home.
The child star herself is also very self-disciplined in learning. Mother Swan said: “Myself and my family have always determined that studying is the number 1 and most important priority for my child, so now she needs to focus on her studies. Her schedule is also very tight now, after school. When I go to school, when I come home, I also take extra tutoring for necessary subjects, so only weekends I devote myself to the arts, including things like learning to dance, practice vocals, practice musical instruments…”
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