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
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We followed the boats, filmed them, documented their identification numbers, and after about 45 minutes, we put a drone in the air to get a better look at the ships. In response, one of the Chinese boat captains blared his horn, flashed his lights, and then abruptly cut toward us in a ramming maneuver—a warning. We stayed our course, but the Chinese ship continued toward us. When it reached within 30 feet of us, we suddenly veered to avoid collision. … [Read more...] about China’s global fishing dominance
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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He attributed the steep decline to weakening demand for imported food in general because of measures taken by the Egyptian Government to curb the spread of the coronavirus, which have included night-time curfews, bans on gatherings, and closures of restaurants. Egypt’s policies limiting imports and boosting exports to bridge the trade deficit this year also represent challenges for Vietnamese seafood exporters, he added. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES OCTOBER 28