It is not about technology itself, but how it is used in the classroom that matters
The timing couldn’t be more perfect
Quang Kiet and his family would have had a perfect vacation in the central coastal city of Da Nang if they had not encountered “some minus points” when touring it.
It’s border visa-run time again; time to board the scary bus with the scary driver, write a letter to my mum, and try to look at anything except the road
Two British expats in Ho Chi Minh City have shared their thought with Tuoi Tre News following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union on Friday
Expat Dutchman Joost van Vliet, who calls himself a keen triathlete, has shared his opinion with Tuoi Tre News: being busy is never an excuse for not doing exercise
It seems the Internet sharks have been busy again, with the interweb scheduled for repairs between June 22 and June 27
Ah... the rains are coming to Hoi An! Yayyy!
Singaporean doctor Ong Kian Soon has shared his thoughts with Tuoi Tre News on Vietnamese people working and studying overseas returning to work in their homeland
Pushing someone’s motorbike with your foot while riding your own is a very common activity in Vietnam
A friend at the newspaper I write for is getting married soon. He’s a great young guy with too big glasses, marvelous English and bad taste in beer selection
Getting my students to remember and hand in homework is like trying to find an empty road in Vietnam
Vietnamese artistic talent needs to make itself better known locally. As local massive wealth presents itself in personal possessions - giant houses, giant cars, giant TVs
Radhanath Varadan, an Indian who has been living in Vietnam for 15 years, has suggested that in order to reduce congestion on Ho Chi Minh City roads, traffic lights should be made smarter. While he is also quick to admit that he is no expert on traffic, he believes none of it is rocket science
Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper’s forum on Ho Chi Minh City’s future aspirations has received opinions from a number of expats who live and work in the city
Whoever said, ‘Travel broadens the mind,’ needs psychiatric help. After a week of tiring and tangled travelling abroad and back, I’ve concluded that the world is mostly insane