Summary: Dzung Ngoc Nguy was born in 1957 in Da Nang, Vietnam. She moved to Saigon four years later and tested into Gia Long High School in 1969. In 1975, the Communist invaded South Vietnam, taking over Saigon and imprisoning her father in a reeducation camp. Dzung would enter the Food Chemistry College (Hoa Thuc Pham) and land a job in 1982; this year coincides with her father’s release from reeducation. She would switch over to another job within the Yeebo Group based in Hong Kong. By 1993, she immigrated to the United States with her family. In the U.S., attended Coastline Community College in Orange County, CA, landed a job at TRAVCOA and started a family with her husband, Victor Tran.
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