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Correcting Nature

By: Bao Bao Women and men of all ages around the world are concerned about their appearance. Good looks have even become a requirement in...

Food, Family and Thanksgiving

Fall has always been my favorite time of year. Leaves change colour, orchards burst with ripe apples, bright orange pumpkins litter the fields and...

Rebuilding Vietnam-One School At A Time

Vietnam’s Children Fund (VCF) is an organization that raises funds and collects donations to rebuild schools for poverty stricken children in war torn areas....
Hang Bac street, collection of Mr. Tran Hau Tuan. Oil on canvas. Hang Bac is one of 36 streets in the old Thang Long capital. It specialized in casting silver bars and exchanging zinc coins.

Bui Xuan Phai – An icon in Vietnamese Modern Art

For centuries, Vietnamese scholars practiced calligraphy and composed poetry.   Unlike Japanese, Korean and other Asian counterparts, they did not paint.   Vietnamese classical art was...

Nutrition For Your Vision

By Dr. Amy Cheng and Jonathan Dinh You have heard the saying “You are what you eat,” and it is very true. The foods that...

Sea-crab Spring Rolls

INGREDIENTS 1 boiled sea-crab, tender white meat 100g prawns, diced to the size of pomegranate seeds 150g minced pork 10 dried mushrooms, soaked 2-3...

Criteria for Foreign Students Applying to a School

Admission requirements vary from school to school, but the following should be considered when preparing an application. Language Requirement English and French are Canada’s two official...

Thailand’s Temple of the Emerald Buddha

The Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Phra Kaew, is not only the biggest temple in Bangkok but also the most well-known in Thailand....

Proverb of the Month – Cái Khó Ló Cái Khôn

Literal Translation: In times of trouble, wise solutions will appear. English Equivalent: Adversity is the mother of wisdom. In 2008, British film Slumdog Millionaire, directed by...