My Lifeline

by Vu Nia
(Hanoi, Vietnam)

I was born in 1981 in a small province. The province of Haiduong province at in the north of Vietnam. I spent all my childhood there. I started to primary school in 1987, then secondary and high school. I started university in 1999. I was 19 years old. I started playing badminton when I was the a first year student and I've been playing it ever since then.

After 4 years of studying, in 2003, I got a degree of Bachelor of Economics Degree. I started my work before after 3 months of receiving that certificate. I fell in love with a engineer when I joined a special project of in my company. I got married to him 1 year after out first meeting, in 2005. We built our the first house in 2006, it was small one. We've been working hard day by day to have a better life. 2007 was an importance year with for us. We had a son and sold our small house at the end of the year. It was a really hard time, we lived with my parents before building a new one. I was so happy when we moved to new house at the end of 2008. We've been living there ever since then. I like bringing up my son and decorating my house.

In my career, I've worked for 3 companies. I started joining the last one since in September of 2008. I like working in the financial field. However, sometimes I've felt tired because of it. I am trying to improve my English to improve my career.

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