Author Archives: REACH

Walk for Victims of Agent Orange

10p.m, I arrived home after a tiring day. When I went online to read the newspapers I read an article saying: “Day for Agent Orange Victims August 10th “. Reading the article and thinking about today, I have realized one thing that I am luckier than many other people. The war ended over 30 years […]

A birthday party

Every first Friday of the month I usually go to the meeting of the Reach Alumni Club. At our meetings we ask and share many things together. Besides my fellow students from REACH we also have Miss. Trang from Plan at our meetings as well as in all the activities of the Club. At our […]

The good thing!

This was the 6th time I’d been back to our center as a guest lecturer. Without the anxiety of the first time, I felt completely comfortable before many friendly and admiring eyes. I remembered occasions when graduates came to share with us their experiences, knowledge on products and many other valuable advice and information connected […]

Share the happiness

Phú is now working in the only iPhone store in Đà Nẵng. He was so skilled in instructing us functions of different versions. Listening to his interesting sale, I almost wanted to abandon my loyal HTC phone. Phú has never had any basic training on sales. He was employed due to his through understanding of […]

Keep walking on our way!

I was born in a poor rural area. People in my hometown merely live on doing agriculture. We have 4 sisters and I am the second daughter. I quit school at grade 9. All my peers could complete their high school or even follow higher education. My sisters and I couldn’t continue our schooling because […]

A good mirror and a friend

In our modern life, life stories are so variable. Here and there, people are born in abundant richness. In contrast, there are people who are born in mediocre poverty. But it’s normal in this developing world, isn’t it? The matter is, there are people who can get over their unlucky fates. The mirror I’m telling […]

Coming late for the meeting!

After such a time span, alumni members finally came. They were 15 minutes late. The first sounds heard were laughs and apologies “Have you been waiting for us? I’m so sorry that I’m late.” I’ve got used to this. There are many reasons to run late. I’m neither sad nor angry but really happy when […]