SaigonTech’s Cong Hoa campus primarily focusses on English teaching at the moment. Here are two of Saigon Institute of Information Technology‘s Vietnamese English Instructors: (Ms. Nam Phoung [right] is the most popular English Teacher in Saigon) Related posts: No related posts.
Monthly Archives: April 2006
Over a year ago, I visited the Cu Chi Tunnels. Since the bridge outside of Thu Dau Mot was being repaired, we had to cross the Saigon River in a ferry. After the long wait, we finally made it across the Saigon River. (Crossing the Saigon River) (Crossing the Saigon River with Vietnamese Soldiers) See […]
I just found the folder containing my pictures from the Cu Chi Ethnic Minority Park. The Cu Chi Ethnic Minority Park is worth a visit. You can make the tour after visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels. You can see more of the pictures by clicking on this link: Cu Chi Ethnic Minority Park (Ethnic Minority […]
On the way to SaigonTech this morning, I ran into a huge traffic jam. Since it was quite unusual, it only meant there was a serious accident. Sure enough, on the other side of the street, a motorbike, maybe two, were down. Motorbike accidents that draw blood tend to be a popular “spectator” sport here […]
Riskul is the young girl on the farthest right in the picture below. She was one of my Kazakh students while I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Karatau, Kazakhstan. At least once or twice a month, I think about Riskul. My memory of her never goes away. In August, 1998, Riskul died in an […]