The telly came to Vietnam a little later than most parts of the world - but my 70-year-old Grandpa made the best out of it.
By being everywhere at once, we end up being (in its truest sense - be present) nowhere at all.
At last, my BCM212 research on language barriers and Vietnamese international undergraduates at UOW has officially been finished. The progress has engraved in my mind the values of good research and good researchers - particularly critical judgement, social responsibility, and flexibility - as well as brushing up on my communications strategy planning skills. I started… Continue reading [BCM212] Reflection – The Rigorous Research
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An engaging conversation satisfied my curiosity about language learning and teaching in Vietnam as a cause of language barriers.
The domestic students' perspective on the issue of language barriers for internation students and for themselves.
Some surprising data from my survey
Learning a new language when you're a grown-up is like being a toddler once again, trust me!
And the real battle starts tomorrow
“My point is that, all degrees matter. Anyone doing a degree studies in details something that the rest take for granted.”