Our first day went great, albeit being kicked out of the room when another class came in at 5:30 p.m.. I’ll see if I can request another room, and will email you later. Some of your questions were answered today,
Author Archives: C Pham
Today was a fun day. We awoke early and set out for the Saigon Beer factory for a tour. It was a very hot day; the sweat started rolling in almost immediately. The factory was even hotter than outside, so
Today we went to an international engineering firm on the north side of the city. It was interesting to see other parts of the city, especially all the temples that lie on the north side. At the Royal Haskoning, we
This picture was taken on May 16 of a volleyball match between MSU and STU.
Instead of waking up at 2:50 am, I now get up at 4:00 am. My body is adjusting to the time difference. Yesterday was a free day for all to rest or explore the city on their own. I believe
By Jimmy Oslica We had a very fun night last night on the town with the local students. We went into a bar called hair of the dog on a brightly lit street that they explained was their bar district.
By Jimmy Oslica The beeping sounds of motor carts are prominent amongst the city streets as a sea of cars and carts intertwine in an endless stream of traffic. The way people drive is one of the most fascinating things
Yes, I know it’s only 2:50 am on Tuesday local time, but I can’t go back to bed. I had thought if I could just lie down, I would sleep until the morning and possibly skip breakfast. Well, it didn’t
This year, I try to make the process a bit smoother by providing a swag bag (courtesy of the College of Business) for each participant. Each bag contains a t-shirt, luggage tag, flash light (for Myanmar’s surprise power outages), and
I received our picture this morning from Anna, one of the foreign service officers who helped coordinated our meeting at the American Center in the Diamond Plaza. The event we attended was a “Conversation Hour with the US Students.” There