In 2016, when GotIt!, the education platform on Apple Store and Google Play came to Vietnam to recruit specialists, he joined as a recruiter. There were 10,000 candidates, but only 2 percent of them were recruited because of insufficient English skills. … [Read more...] about What does Vietnam’s education system need?
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“We found jobs, apartment, shopping places, and were comfortable in daily life within a month of arriving in Da Nang,” he says “and people were very sympathetic with our situation as young parents with a baby in tow. People were more willing to take an extra step to help us get settled because of Georgia – it was smooth sailing most of the way.” … [Read more...] about Young parents enjoy expat life in Vietnam
EYES FRONT: Students paying careful attention in one of the classes. Photo courtesy of Mở At one public speaking class, during introductions, Tung pointed out that we typically use a formula to present boring facts about ourselves, like age or the name of our school, and rarely make a strong impression. He then asked each student to associate their personality to an object and, by the end, students had managed to remember each other as interesting individuals. … [Read more...] about A fun vision of learning what you please
Harvard professor suggests digital transformation solutions for education in Vietnam Vietnam’s recent efforts to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic and the determination to pioneer the digital transformation in the educational sector have been praised by international organizations and Harvard University professors. … [Read more...] about Education system urged to speed up digital transformation
One of the reasons China’s fleet is so bloated is that some of its fishing ships serve purposes other than merely fishing. Part of a so-called “civilian militia,” Poling says, these fishing vessels are dispatched to conflict zones at sea to surveil the waters and occasionally to intimidate and ram fishing or law enforcement boats from other countries. Separate from its subsidies program that supports its distant-water fishing fleet, China has a program that incentivizes boats to operate in disputed waters in the South China Sea as a way to assert China’s claims. They get many of the same benefits as the distant water fleet, plus cash payments because operating in that region is otherwise unprofitable. … [Read more...] about China’s global fishing dominance