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I read Tuoi Tre every morning: consular club president

I read Tuoi Tre every morning: consular club president

Friday, December 01, 2023, 15:28 GMT+7
I read Tuoi Tre every morning: consular club president
Milena Padula, president of the Consular Club of Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Quang Dinh / Tuoi Tre

Editor’s note: Milena Padula, president of the Consular Club of Ho Chi Minh City, talked about her morning reading habit on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Tuoi Tre Online, the Vietnamese online version of Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.

I like the paper edition of Tuoi Tre even if I can't read it in Vietnamese. I found the red titles quite iconic compared to the black ones I usually see in Italy.

I read the English online version instead. I like Tuoi Tre because the newspaper describes different aspects of life in Vietnam and in Ho Chi Minh City.

It also writes about international news, and it is interesting for me to read about the Vietnamese perspective on what is happening internationally.

The online version is well done and it has an attractive design. It is also very easy to find the news I am looking for.

I read Tuoi Tre every morning, when I wake up and drink my cup of Italian espresso.

My expectation for the future is to see more news about Italian culture and lifestyle as Vietnamese people seem to be more and more interested in my country.

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Minh Khoi - Milena Padula / Tuoi Tre News

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