After a short ride offered by a local, we stood in front of an open ground, feeling a bit puzzled. “Are you sure this is the place? Does it exist?”, asked my friend. “I am clueless but Google said yes. Let’s go to the back”, I said. We went to the backyard, still looking. Then,… Continue reading A hidden gem in Alishan
Several months ago during a school trip that I was involved, students were asked to create art from natural things. They would collect dry leaves, stones, straws or fallen petals to create pictures that reflected their impression about the trip. Those things then were put together without using any glue since they would be given… Continue reading A beautiful way to cherish nature
With butterflies in my stomach, I followed Taiwanese teachers to their classrooms where dozens of curious yet excited faces were waiting for me. I then delivered my presentation about Vietnam and myself with unexpectedly great support and engagement of local students and teachers. It is the project “Couchsurfers in Class”, which allowed me to visit… Continue reading Non-profit project brings travellers to Taiwanese classrooms
On the bus No.15 heading to Đôn Village from Buôn Mê Thuột City, I accidentally spotted Yok Đôn National Park. The sign pricked my curiosity and sense of adventure. I told my mum, who was my travel mate: “We’ve got to check this place out”. After visiting Đôn Village, we headed back to the national… Continue reading Go off the beaten track in pristine Dak Lak
Before my trip to the Central Highland I had received some recommendations of my friends about what to eat in Da Lat and Buon Me Thuot. “You should to eat this and that. They are just tasty and hearty.” I was very thankful to them but the food is not just for me because I… Continue reading How Da Lat and Dak Lak treated a vegan tummy?
Many people have fallen in love with Da Lat because of its mesmerising beauty. It has even been chosen as a destination for honeymoon or wedding anniversary by numerous couples. However, this hill town bestows a plethora of surprise that intrigues adventurers. One of popular activities to discover Da Lat is cycling. No, I am… Continue reading Getting active in Da Lat
Never in my life have I been active as much as I did during the past month. Simply my job requires so. I also realise my role is not just a teaching assistant (TA). A few days ago, I read a story on The Guardian telling a class teacher upset with his TA. According to… Continue reading More than just a teaching assistant