“Stray Dog” is about a red-eyed werewolf - Photo: Courtesy of organizer The story is about the unexpected encounter between an orphaned girl and a red-eyed werewolf. VanRah created an incredible work by reconstructing the whole werewolf tale, using familiar yet refreshing details to create a surprising scenario. The combination of the two fundamental colors of black and white makes a strong visual effect. The author created a brand new, mysterious, and enchanting world through the eyes of a werewolf. Within each werewolf is the endless war between the sides of human and demon, using the eyes of demon to observe and the body of human to survive. On the occasion of the book launch, Amak Books will organize a meet and greet event with artist RED, an emerging Vietnamese painter, at L’Espace on August 24. RED won the third and fifth prize at the Japanese Silent Manga Audition in 2013 and 2015, respectively. The free-admission event will also feature Trung Nguyen, … [Read more...] about French manga series to be launched in Vietnam next month
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At the event, the president of the association, Dr Do Huu Nguyen Loc, signed a memorandum of understanding on co-operation and support for research and teaching activities in English with Tan Tao University. The HCM City Association of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL HCMC) in collaboration with Horizon TESOL Centre and Tan Tao University successfully organised the 2019 TESOL Camp with the theme ‘Global TESOL Nexus’. With a mission to improve English teaching in HCM City, the association, reputed as a dynamic professional organisation, regularly organises free English seminars to improve teachers’ skills. Seminars it has organised recently include TESOLTalk (in collaboration with RMIT University), OpenTESOL (in collaboration with the Ho Chi Minh City Open University), HorizonTESOL workshop (in collaboration with the Journalism Foreign Language Center) and TESOLCamp (in collaboration with Tan Tao University). TESOLCamp is not a traditional … [Read more...] about TESOL HCMC Association helps improve English teaching
At the Youth Entrepreneurship Forum 2018 last month, Minister of Information and Communication Nguyen Manh Hung suggested that the Prime Minister should soon recognize English as the second official language of Vietnam to help startups reach out to the world. The proposal stirred a heated discussion on social media and prompted numerous professionals to pitch in with their views and opinions. While some welcomed the idea and supported widespread use of the language in Vietnam, others were wary of the cultural, legal and other implications of formalizing it as an official language. Everyone agreed that it was good to improve English use and fluency in the country, so the debate boiled down to whether declaring and using it as an official language was a feasible, practical option for Vietnam. Professor Chung Hoang Chuong, who has juggled teaching at the University of California and doing research in Vietnam, was optimistic about Vietnam having two official languages. Chuong, currently a … [Read more...] about English as an official language in Vietnam: would it work?
The Ministry of Education and Training held an international workshop to improve English teaching quality in Vietnam on December 8. Ministry of Education and Training gathers opinions to improve English teaching at a meeting on December 8 Many proposals have been made from representatives from the British Council, IIG Vietnam, EMG and Apollo to improve the training courses and examinations. According to Cao Phuong Ha, director of Education First in Vietnam, in the past recent years, Vietnam's English proficiency index (EPI) of 7th in Asia has underlined the huge improvement in English teaching in Vietnam since 2011. The experts agreed that teachers play an important role in the system and it is necessary to have enough skilled teachers. The curriculum must be revised to be more interesting. There are also many proposals to set up and invest in an independent testing centre with skilled examiners from the ETS, British Council and Cambridge International Examinations. Minister … [Read more...] about Ministry gathers opinions to improve English teaching
“I am a product of the Vietnam War,” Suzanne tells VnExpress. “I was the daughter of a Vietnamese woman and a black American soldier.” Found in a bush by a police officer, the girl was sent to the nearest orphanage. “The orphanage gave me a name and a birthday. The name they gave me was Thi Hien. The birthday they gave me was March 26.” Thi Hien’s birth story is recorded in a letter written by Maragret Routh, an English nurse at her orphanage, to her adopted parents, Barbara and Murray Hook. In the letter dated June 6, 1971, Routh wrote that the two-year old Thi Hien suffered malnutrition, could not lift her head off the pillow or sit properly. Mixed raced babies, especially babies of Vietnamese women and American soldiers, were not looked after very well at the orphanage and usually got food last, according to the nurse. Thi Hien at three in a Saigon orphanage. Photo courtesy of Suzanne Thi Hien was among the adoptees … [Read more...] about The return of the Vietnamese adoptee