Call for papers: Southeast Philosophy of Education Society (SEPES)

Members of the Southeast Philosophy of Education Society (SEPES) seek to: promote the philosophic treatment of problems in education; promote the clarification of agreements and differences among different philosophies of education through discussion afforded by annual meetings; advance and improve teaching in the philosophy of education in postsecondary educational institutions; cultivate fruitful relationships between philosophyContinue reading “Call for papers: Southeast Philosophy of Education Society (SEPES)”

Why does Ethics matter to Vietnamese Teachers?

Hi All, Lately, I have been more involved with my compatriots in organising classes on Ethics Education, linked to the educational project called “Ethics in Higher Education” that has been implemented around the world, mainly in African, Latin American contexts. I am now sharing some reflections on Ethics and Culture in the Vietnamese context. FirstContinue reading “Why does Ethics matter to Vietnamese Teachers?”

Why does Ethics matter to Vietnamese People?

Looking back to the Vietnamese recent history, it seems that post-war Vietnam does not enjoy the sentiments of safety as we often dreamt of, while fighting for “Peace” and “Independence”. Peace does not bring a safer society to its people, even in the absence of the insecurity of war and conflicts. Why is it so?Continue reading “Why does Ethics matter to Vietnamese People?”

Tips for considering a DBA Degree

To start a journey for a doctoral is not easy. At first, time and resources are to be considered: A doctorate degree usually needs an investment of 3 to 5 years. The question you need to consider is: Do I have the time? Do I really want to spend that much time away from myContinue reading “Tips for considering a DBA Degree”

Reading “Vietnamese Classical Authors of the 19th Century”

Vietnam Classical Literature is mostly known to the outside world as sino-vietnamese (Han-nôm) literature, due to the Chinese influence on the Vietnamese scholarship over centuries. For the younger Vietnamese generations, the study of Vietnamese classical authors seems to fade away, leaving the place to contemporary authors on topics on modern existentialism, pre-war or post-colonial literatureContinue reading “Reading “Vietnamese Classical Authors of the 19th Century””

Reading “The Future of Islam and the West”

Political philosophy seems to be the favorite topic of discussions among my peers. After my first posting on this WordPress platform, I am encouraged to move further with exploring ideas pertaining to how we should be governed, and by whom. As I have spent the last ten years exploring the “other face of the coin”Continue reading “Reading “The Future of Islam and the West””

Tips on international studies

While reviewing my past work on this topic, I am sharing some notes posted on my page some time ago. Discipline: International Studies & Global Governance.  Type of Degree /Diploma: DAS, pre-MBA, IOMBA, EMBA, DBA, Ph.D. Recommended Courses for International Business, click here. Key Concepts: Development Studies, Public Governance, Comparative environmental frameworks, Geo- andContinue reading “Tips on international studies”

SBI Training Solution for Vietnamese

SBI Training Solutions là một công ty có đăng ký trụ sở tại Singapore do TS. Anh Thơ Andres, chuyên gia về đào tạo đa ngôn ngữ và đa văn hóa sáng lập cùng với sự hợp tác của TS. Hoàng Văn Hoàn, chuyên gia đa ngôn ngữ về kinh tế và các chính sáchContinue reading “SBI Training Solution for Vietnamese”

A New Turning Point – Note #5

5. Finding the Right Audience The secret for an effective communication is to address the right audience. Not only, you need to use the right language, that means a content expressed in words that belong to the trade, for instance, in business, the term ‘business plan‘, ‘executive summary‘, ‘return on investment‘, ‘payback period‘, etc. areContinue reading “A New Turning Point – Note #5”

A New Turning Point – Note #3

Note #3. Getting Organized My introspection task list is still not yet finished. Reviewing past posts reminds me of my past resolutions at different turning points of my short existence as a Scholar. My boss has given me a nick name: ‘the youngest doctor’ in town… ha ha! Here is an updated version of note#3Continue reading “A New Turning Point – Note #3”

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