Thanh Bùi In 2010, singer Thanh Bùi returned to Việt Nam after living and growing up in Australia. He quickly became a famous singer in Việt Nam with many hits. Thanh is continuing to follow his passion for music while investing in advanced educational models and collaborating with international partners in education. Việt Nam News talks with Thanh Bùi about his career as well as his love for music and education. Inner Sanctum: Please tell us a little bit about yourself. I was born and raised in Australia, and started my music career in 2004 as one of four members in the boyband North. I was fortunate to be a Top 8 Finalist in the Australian Idol programme in 2008 and travel the world as a singer/songwriter/producer, which ultimately led me back to Việt Nam where I released my first Vietnamese single “Lặng Thầm Một Tình Yêu” in 2010. It’s been an incredible journey of self-discovery being home over the past nine years, and I feel blessed to have worked with some of Việt Nam’s finest talent as a writer, producer, mentor and now, as an educator and arts advocate, promoting Creative Education and Creative Industries in this incredible country. I believe so strongly in young people and their enormous capacity to bring our nation forward. Returning to Việt Nam was never something I imagined, having spent… Read full this story
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