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Hi, I'm Trang, a 21-year-old girl from Viet Nam. I'm working on my Bachelor's degree at a university specializing in languages in Vietnam. I'm in my senior year.
I love traveling and exploring other cultures.
I often have my autistic moments from 1 am to 5 am. Outside this period of time, I'm very sociable and talkative, especially when I can talk about my favourite topics.
My friends also comment that I'm hilarious; however, it often takes people time to understand the stories I tell them.
I'm not interested in politics. Whenever I heard about it, I feel like banging my head in my pillow.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I love traveling and exploring other cultures. It's the reason why I'm here. I really want to make friends with people all over the world, share with them everything about Vietnam and listen to them talking about their countries. If possible, we can hang out and I can show them around. By this way, my friendship circle as well as knowledge would be enlarged.
I prefer to talk with people who I can have long conversation with and possibly have long term friendship with. (Although admittedly, the secondary purpose of me being on here is to practise English).
- hanging out
Music, Movies, and Books
When I'm happy, I listen to pop music. When I'm depressed, I listen to pop music. When I'm stressed, I listen to pop music. When I'm relaxed, I listen to pop music. When I'm disappointed, I listen to pop music. In a word, pop music is something I cannot part with.
I'm a big fan of horror films, but I'm totally afraid of ghosts :D
Books are part of me. I am always attracted by love stories.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Climbing mountain is one of the biggest challenge to me. The first time I have ever climbed mountain was on my holiday to Ha Long Bay, with Bai Tho mountain. I'm afraid of height, so I didn't know where I got enough courage to agree to climb the mountain with my friends :D At first, we were so so excited. But the higher we climbed, the more dangerous the mountain road was. Therefore, I personally so frightened and totally exhausted. Although the views from the top was worth it but at that time I promised to not climb mountains again lol.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can help you with cooking some Vietnamese food :D
Countries I’ve Lived In