Dao Manh Nghia, a young man from Quang Tri Province in north-central Vietnam, made history as the only Vietnamese to receive the Diana Award, an honor named after the late princess of Wales that is given to young leaders sparking change across the globe. The man is deeply attached to community-driven activities, which made him reach the recognition of the Diana Award. The Diana Award was launched by former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown in 1999 in honor of the late Diana.. The Diana Award is given to young people aged 9-25 who are recognized for their social action or humanitarian work. To qualify for the Diana Award, nominees must fulfill five essential criteria, encompassing vision, social impact, youth-led initiatives, service journey, and the ability to inspire others.