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Vietnamese American girl enters U.S. university at the age of 11

Vietnamese American girl enters U.S. university at the age of 11

Monday, March 16, 2015, 17:35 GMT+7

In late 2013, a Vietnamese American girl entered Truman College in the American state of Illinois. At that time, she was only an 11-year-old girl who surprised many elders with her dedication, hard-work and inquisitiveness.

Enjolina Truong Iqbal, also known as Phi An Truong Iqbal, has become a phenomenon of St. Thomas of Canterbury Primary School in Illinois as she entered Truman College after finishing fifth grade, at the age of 11.

Enjolina, who was born on April 25, 2002 in Chicago, showed her curiousness from a young age. Thu Truong, Enjolina’s mom, said her daughter got up and walked at eight months old and was very curious about everything.

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