In celebration of Vietnamese Teacher’s Day, an ode to ESL Teachers in Vietnam (November 20th), brought to you by Chim
In the Summer of 2011, Chim had the honor of hanging out with Charles Phan. Here are the lessons he learned while hanging out with him in Saigon and Phan Thiet.
The Swim Team from Ben Tre is one of our featured iStorytellers. Listen to their story as award-winning swimmers showing the world that anything can be achieved. Each view/listen of their story constitutes another donation.
The trouble for Richie Hoang begins every time he prepares to return to his homeland. The required visa from the Vietnamese embassy is never an issue. The “second visa” can be problematic, especially if the relationship is already on shaky ground. It’s that “third visa” – from his older brother, worried, that he will stray over there – that required the most diplomatic of skills.
Thay Chau is one of our featured iStorytellers. Listen to the man who opened his heart to care for 30 terminally ill children and seniors at Phan Sinh shelter. Each view/listen of his story constitutes another donation.
She’s Jenni Trang Le and she probably knows more about Vietnamese cinema than you do.
My perfect day in Hanoi starts, as with any perfect day in Vietnam, by waking up with the sun. Don’t worry if your window treatment was pulled down the night prior, the roosters and commotion of the elderly exercising will be your natural alarm. The iPhone 4S can wait, RIP Steve Jobs.