This is the answer of CEO Nguyen Tu Quang in the Viet Nam Student newspaper in 1999, on the occasion of Bkav CEO receiving the title of 1 of 10 Outstanding Vietnamese Young Faces of 1998. This is also the motivation for Mr. Nguyen Tu Quang to develop Bkav into a team capable of connecting human strengths, overcoming inherent weaknesses of many Vietnamese people.
Bkav.com would like to quote the sharing on this issue of CEO Nguyen Tu Quang on Bphone Fans Club after 20 years:
Two days ago, reporter Hoang Thang from the Saigon Economic Times tagged me on his post about me. He attached my interview with the Viet Nam Student newspaper in 1999, on the occasion I received the title of 1 of 10 Outstanding Young Faces in 1998 (the title of the previous year was voted in the following year).
The quote "We alone are the winners, but as a whole, we lose to all" was the title of the article and also my answer to the Viet Nam Student Newspaper at that time. Well, it has been "decades".
The context for me to deeply realize this issue was that, before that I had time to work in Japan for a few months in the cooperation between Ha Noi University of Science and Technology, where I was a lecturer, and NTT Docomo - Japan's biggest telecom company, like VNPT of Viet Nam at that time.
Perhaps this was also the motivation for my determination to change this, improve the national confidence because we alone are no less than anyone else, not to say that the Vietnamese are one of the best ethnics in the world.
With scientific philosophies and methods, I have also developed Bkav into a team capable of connecting human strengths and overcoming the inherent weaknesses of many Vietnamese people. The purpose is to affirm that we can really do it.
These successes will create confidence, remove prejudice and can be replicated to the society, agencies and organizations, creating the Vietnamese strengths that we deserve.
For STRONG Viet Nam!