Long, 29, father of a two-year-old son, works for a Japan-invested joint venture in Hà Nội’s Bắc Thăng Long Industrial Park.
The Vietnamese team brought home seven gold, seven silver and six bronze medals along with 16 certificates of excellence from the 12th ASEAN Skills Competition, leaving Việt Nam second out of 10 participating countries.
Nguyễn Văn Thiết had dreamed of winning the ASEAN Skills Competition, but when his parents insisted that he apply for university, his hopes were dashed.
Ten Hanoians have been honoured for their contributions to local development over the past year at a ceremony held yesterday by the city’s Communist Youth Union.
Việt Nam won 10 gold, five silver and four bronze medals to rank third at the 11th ASEAN Skills Competition (ASC) that wrapped up in Malaysia yesterday.
Việt Nam expects a place among the top three at the 11th ASEAN Skills Competition (ASC) taking place at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang.