The Blue Dragon family celebrated the latest Tet Awards on January 3. On the occasion of the Lunar New Year, over 400 children and teens got together in Hanoi to celebrate the achievements of the past year. The kids, in turn, showcased their impressive talents and received great ovations from adults and little ones alike.
Particularly special because it was the 15th Tet Awards since Blue Dragon was founded, this year’s celebration lived up to everyone’s expectations with both remarkable accomplishments and awe-inspiring performances. Scroll down to be amazed by the skills of the Blue Dragon children!
‘Giang’, ‘Vu’ and Hoang kicked off the evening with this performance to the beats of the tune ‘Baby shark’. Any parent of a young child has likely heard the song a thousand times. What made this dance so special, however, is that these children haven’t. All three have hearing impairments, but that didn’t stop them from going on stage. They got together to prepare this choreography, and they captivated the entire audience.
After rewarding the great efforts of the most studious kids with the Academic Excellence awards (stay tuned to Blue Dragon’s social media for some amazing stories), it was time to turn the music back on.
The hip hop crew took over the stage bubbling with energy. In perfect coordination, the girls amazed the audience with a vibrant, flawless choreography. They then took a step back to allow for the boys’ time to shine. Their spins and jumps made quite a few jaws drop among the audience. The whole group, one of the most popular choices among the activities at Dragon House, was sent off with loud clapping and cheering.
The happy faces of the children who received the Leadership Award gave way to a very special performance. The Blue Dragon children surprised the staff with this gift full of rhythm. Equipped with masks with the faces of social workers, lawyers and founders, the kids performed a fun tribute dance. It was their way to say ‘thank you’ for the support they have received, and also the perfect closing to a great evening. So much so, that the children are already looking forward to the 2021 Tet Awards.