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Mojito

Joy (Huong Vu)
EducationSelf-Improvement

Mojito là tên một loại cocktail/mocktail truyền thống, là sự kết hợp giữa chanh tươi, đường, lá bạc hà và một chút rượu Rhum. Hy vọng rằng, nghe Mojito sẽ thú vị giống như việc bạn được thưởng thức một ly Cocktail. Mình làm podcast để trải lòng, để được sẻ chia về những điều mình đã biết và lắng nghe những điều mà mình chưa biết. Đừng ngần ngại gửi email cho mình chia sẻ về câu chuyện và mong muốn của bạn tới : podcastmojito@gmail.com. Cảm ơn bạn đã ghé thăm và ủng hộ Mojito!

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Ly Mojito ấm lòng cho ngày cuối cùng của năm 2021. Hy vọng mọi người sẽ mở lòng và mỉm cười nhiều hơn nhé. Mọi người dù sao cũng đã có một năm vất vả và làm hết sức mình rồi. Out w the old, in w the new. Enjoy ~ more

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a month ago

Ly Mojito ngẫu hứng giữa ngày mưa Hà Nội, mình muốn kể cho mọi người nghe một vài rắc rối của mình gần đây, để được cảm thông, nhẹ nhõm và chữa lành hơn. Hy vọng mọi người sẽ có một những ngày đầu đông ấm áp, nhiều niềm vui và biết tự thương bản thân... more

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3 months ago

Ly Mojito một ngày đẹp trời cuối tuần với cô gái trẻ đầy năng lượng - Phan Thu Hương, chúng mình nói về chuyện người trẻ học gì, làm gì và những trải nghiệm để gan dạ, can đảm vượt ra khỏi vùng an toàn của chính mình. more

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4 months ago

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Mojito launched 6 months ago and published 8 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.

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