The First Diva of Vietnamese Pop Music - Ngoc Lan
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Ngoc Lan was queen of the Vietnamese pop music industry and was adored by millions of Vietnamese fans from all over the world. At the height of her popularity, Ngoc Lan became stricken with Multiple Sclerosis which prevented her from continuing with her music career and ultimately claim her life on March 6, 2001. I had the privilege to know and love her personally. Here is my tribute to Ngoc Lan.
When I created our Facebook page for Ngoc Lan Remembered a year ago, I was a bit worried that we wouldn't get anyone to like our page. Then after it had reached a total of over 100 likes within a few days, it made me a bit more at ease and also realize that there are others who appreaciate what I've done here on NgocLanRemembered.BlogSpot.com and such links I've set up like the Ngoc Lan Remembered Pinterest board, the Ngoc Lan Remembered hub article on HubPages.com, and of course, the Ngoc Lan Remembered Facebook page. These were all created with the same purpose of paying tribute to our beloved Ngoc Lan. That was really gratifying to know that people do like us. I'm proud to announce that the page now has a total of 886 likes. That goal of reaching 1,000 likes doesn't seem so far fetched anymore. Thank you to all that have taken the time to like the page. I can't wait until the day when we do reach our goal of 1,000 likes. I have a feeling that day is coming soon.
Thien Phu AKA Viktor Lassley
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