Journalist Tran Thu Ha

Tran Thu Ha

Living place: Vietnam

Birthday: 5-9-1975 (47 years old)

Population of the world 1975: 4.086 billions

Global rank: #2687

Facebook: facebook.com/thuha.mexusim

Email: thuha.mexusim@gmail.com

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Who is Journalist Tran Thu Ha?
Tran Thu Ha (Xu Sim's mother) is a famous journalist, author of 3 best seller books: Think about it, I don't know; Let go and let me fly and Everyone deserves to be happy. Ms. Thu Ha used to be the editorial secretary of Hoa Hoc Tro Newspaper. With 20 years of experience in journalism, Ms. Thu Ha has many viral articles on social networks on educational topics. Journalist Thu Ha has a sharp but also tolerant view on the issue of raising children. Her personal Facebook page currently has more than 230,000 followers. The interesting and profound articles she shared have received positive feedback from parents. Many of Ms. Thu Ha's articles have been published in major newspapers such as: Tuoi Tre, Youth, Dan Tri, VnExpress...
Journalist Thu Ha is the mother of two lovely daughters and a fish. Calculate Coins and Sims. Self-identifying as an imperfect mother, having made many mistakes in the process of raising children; but she considers it a great lesson for me to change and become a companion with my children growing up. Straightforward, civilized and full of optimism; Journalist Thu Ha has provided insightful conclusions and useful advice for parents, from choosing a school to how to spend time with their children or being friends with their children more than controlling.
Published books by journalist Thu Ha:
  • Think about it, I don't know: Is a collection of articles on the personal Facebook of journalist Thu Ha that are well received by the audience. But unlike the lines shared on social networks, the content of the articles is more selective with the solution to let the child be independent and the mother free. These are all vivid and practical articles drawn from the author's own practical experience in the journey of raising children. The book inspires parents to let their children be independent, creating the most comfortable space for parents when raising children. "Think about it, I don't know" consists of 3 parts: Part 1: When our children eat - "Let's throw the scales away and live happily", Part 2: When our children learn - "Think about it, I don't know" ! , part 3: Happy living with children - “Charge your own batteries”.
  • Everybody deserves to be happy: Meaningful messages about studying , career, about family, love and life. These are all authentic experiences of the author himself. Therefore, journalist Thu Ha's advice on living a kind life, healthy love, and positive attitude towards young people is easy to absorb, not at all dogmatic.
  • Letting go. Let your children fly: The stories shared by journalist Thu Ha can be a suggestion for many parents who are raising children. Parents must be brave, overcome the feeling of fear to "let go", so that the children can learn on their own, serve themselves, be happy and have their own opinions.
 
 

Young / Before famous

Journalist Thu Ha graduated from Hanoi National University of Education. She used to have 4 years of teaching before turning to journalism.

Family life info

Journalist Thu Ha is married and has two young daughters. The marriage was not happy, she and her husband decided to go their separate ways. She had to go through a process of fighting to get custody of both children.
Journalist Thu Ha shared, the most ominous word in her life is leaving her husband. When she announced her decision to divorce, her parents gave all their advice "My family has existed since the ancestors' time for decades, no one has ever left her husband". After the divorce, she lived in guilt for many years. For 9 years in a row, she only went back to her hometown to celebrate Tet only once. In fact, she is not afraid of people gloating when she falls, but afraid of those who love her heartache.

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Height: About 1m63
Weight: About 58kg
Measurement of 3 rings: updating

Summary of Tran Thu Ha profile

When was Journalist Tran Thu Ha born?
Tran Thu Ha birthday 5-9-1975 (at the age of 47).
Where is Journalist Tran Thu Ha's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Tran Thu Ha was born in Vietnam. Ms, whose Zodiac is Virgo, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Cat. Tran Thu Ha's global rank is 2687 and whose rank is 35 in list of famous Journalist. Population of the world in 1975 is about 4.086 billions persons.
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Journalist Tran Thu Ha has many interesting articles on education
Journalist Tran Thu Ha has many interesting articles on education
 The bright smile of Journalist Tran Thu Ha
The bright smile of Journalist Tran Thu Ha
 Journalist Tran Thu Ha is the mother of two daughters Xu and Sim
Journalist Tran Thu Ha is the mother of two daughters Xu and Sim
 Journalist Tran Thu Ha is the author of many Best Seller book
Journalist Tran Thu Ha is the author of many Best Seller book

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Events in 1975 and 5-9

Events in the world in the birth year of Tran Thu Ha

  • Pol Pot and Khmer Rouge take over Cambodia (April).
  • The city of Saigon is surrendered and remaining Americans are evacuated, ending the Vietnam War (April 30).
  • American merchant ship Mayaguez, seized by Cambodian forces, is rescued in operation by US Navy and Marines, 38 of whom are killed (May 15).
  • Apollo and Soyuz spacecraft take off for US-Soviet link-up in space (July 15).

Birthday Tran Thu Ha (5-9) in history

  • Day 5-9 year 1698: Peter, the Great of Russia, issued a strange decree, taxing bearded men.
  • Day 5-9 year 1774: The first Continental Congress met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Day 5-9 year 1836: The Republic of Texas made miltary hero Sam Houston its first president.
  • Day 5-9 year 1905: The Treaty of Portsmouth, which ended the Russo-Japanese War, was signed at the Portsmouth naval base in New Hampshire.
  • Day 5-9 year 1972: Palestinian guerrillas killed 11 Israelis at the Munich Summer Olympics.
  • Day 5-9 year 1997: Humanitarian Mother Teresa, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the poor, died in Calcutta, India, at age 87.
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