Firstly, through my dealing with many international partners, Vietnamis certainly on the rise, and there is great interest to partner with Vietnammore than ever before, particularly in the education sector. Many potential partners see our growing population as well as the young demographic, and want to come to this market. Therefore, I believe that if you have a vision that is strong and aspirational grounded in authentic core values, that the convincing of partners becomes somewhat easier. That said, the process of convincing our major partners such as Reggio Children, Harvard Project Zero, University of Turku and others has taken many years, and often actions need to speak louder than words, and I am proud that we have been able to deliver on the authenticity of what we do, and its strong community focus on building education capacity not just for elite families but for as many Vietnamese children as possible. … [Read more...] about Singer, educator calls creative arts ‘the new currency of tomorrow’s world’
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Tet is a great celebration when Vietnamese don their traditional and modern ao dai, the local long dress - PHOTO: THANH HOA Tet (Lunar New Year) in Vietnam is often said to give wonderful moments. Our mini polls conducted in the previous years among foreign communities basically showed the same thing. This time, similar interviews with expatriates who have lived for a rather long time in Vietnam indicate a more realistic picture of Tet in the eyes of these expatriates. To them, Tet has both the happy side and the boring side. … [Read more...] about Tet: Happy side vs. Boring side
Another name that will soon join the list is badminton ace Nguyen Tien Minh. While the badminton Olympic qualification list will not be announced until April 30, Minh more or less has an Olympic ticket in his grasp since he is currently ranked 24th and the top 50 players will play in the event. … [Read more...] about Which Vietnamese athletes have qualified for 2020 Olympics?