In the workshop, Mr. John introduced us the important role of culture in the way we communicate and interact with people from different geographic regions.
This day deserves a celebration and it was held on November 20, the Vietnamese Teachers’ Day, the day to extend gratitude.
November is not only Vietnamese Teacher Appreciation Day, but it also marks the 28th year of Vietnamese Language Studies’ establishment and development.
“Chân đăm đá chân chiêu” indicates the condition of an unsteady body, one foot kicking the other. It is often used to describe a drunk/sick person or someone who has to carry something too heavy that the legs cannot control as desired.
We bet that the flag he was giving to Ms. Hằng is not the main highlighted part of the photo but his “dép tổ ong” or “honey comb sandals”.
“Dép tổ ong” or the “honeycomb sandal” is made of rubber. It has an ivory white with a thick sole and a simple design with the strap in the hexagonal pattern like a honeycomb. That’s why it is called “honeycomb sandal”.