In recent years, artistic activities such as singing, acting, dancing, modern dance, piano, etc. have been loved by many young people. Even the children are facilitated by their parents to study very methodically. Along with the praise of success and bravery for children, many people fear that early exposure to the arts will gradually distract children from learning culture at school in class, becoming a martyr. economic. Because of the fact that many children in the world, because of their early popularity, have had their childhood stolen, become a “failed” child in real life, and even got into labor.
These concerns of everyone are for the famous girl Hoang Thien Nga (Jennifer Swan) – a much-loved child singer, also known as the only adopted daughter of overseas singer Bang. Kieu. Recently, Hoang Thien Nga herself said this: “I participated in the arts, I was opposed by many aunts and uncles, especially my mother’s relatives and friends, they were afraid that I would go down this complicated path. My mother was under a lot of pressure.”. However, once again she asserted: “But I will prove that I will make sure to study well and I will be a person of good morals to change the way people see artists like me.”
The proof that what Swan says is true is that during the past 12 years, she has always been an obedient child loved by her parents, relatives and everyone. Swan is always polite to everyone, is a child with good morals and character is commended. Besides, Swan’s academic force at school is also very good. She passed the Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music in 2021 with a total score of 26.5 points and is also the valedictorian of the school.
The girl quickly thanked those who helped her:“After a lot of hard work, I have been rewarded. I have passed the valedictorian in Violin at the HCMC Conservatory of Music. I thank the teachers who have put a lot of effort into teaching me. I thank my parents. Dear, Bang Kieu’s father has always believed and taught me. I thank my parents, friends, artists who always give me special love and encouragement, and I don’t forget to express my gratitude. Thank you to my fans, who always light up the fire of passion for me.”
Not only that, in mid-May, adopted son Bang Kieu also excelled in becoming the only Vietnamese student allowed to go out to the world to participate in the competition. “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 news, I was so happy that 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.” Along with that, 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. gender.
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 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 the consent of a parent or guardian)”.
Not only that, in a post by Hoang Thien Nga on social networks when sharing about being worried by many people when participating in the arts early on will affect future development, the principal herself The school where Swan is currently attending made a few comments and encouraged her excellent student. The BT principal said: “Hoang Swan, you don’t have to worry that someone thinks badly of you. I see that you have proven to be a good, good moral student who also studies very hard. But for art and performance with a passion to try your best is hard to find in a 12-year-old girl like me now. She thought he was a rare genius in this world. I and everyone and teachers at APU are very proud of you.”
Previously, when sharing about her daughter’s education along with her passion for singing, Swan’s mother confided: “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. At school, when I go home, I also take extra tutoring in necessary subjects, so only weekends are spent completely on art including things like learning to dance, practice vocals, practice musical instruments …”. It is known that Thien Nga’s mother also created favorable conditions for her daughter to pursue art by buying 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.
Nguyen Hoang Thien Nga, born in 2009, was one of the Top 6 Vietnamese Children’s Voices, the runner-up of the program VASS Got Talent and the champion of the show Listen to Me Sing the first season. Swan knows how to play 5 types of musical instruments: piano, violin, organ, guitar, and drums. Impressed with the talent of the child star, singer Bang Kieu adopted Thien Nga when they both joined a foreign tour.
Swan has performed in many countries around the world and even in Vietnam. Even at the age of 12, Swan saved money to make her own concert. Her latest live show on May 23 made everyone surprised by her luxurious charisma, angelic beauty and professional and confident performance. At her concert, Hoang Thien Nga performed 12 songs in many languages and received endless applause.
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