We were all fortunate to have Sinh Nguyen in our strategic HR class. He was a keen learner and participated effectively in discussions. None of us in class can forget his friendly smile. His hostel roommates speak of his caring nature and his ability to work long hours.
We came to know some interesting facts of Vietnamese culture. For example I always wondered why Sinh was quiet in class with minimal eye contact. Later We came to know that in Vietnam students sit quietly and listen attentively to the teacher and this means its expressing respect to the teacher. All seniors are addressed with a prefix of Mr. to show respect. Vietnamese people greet each other by joining hands and bowing slightly which again reflects respect and humility for the elder.
And now it’s over to my friend Sinh who writes this guest post and says Hi to all our readers.
Xin Chao (Hello) friends, This is Sinh Nguyen calling.
On completing my MBA studies in Tasmac Pune I am now in my country Vietnam. I enjoyed my stay in India and made some good friends. I liked Indian food especially some of the spicy dishes.
I specialized in Human Resources Management. I am certain what I learned will surely help me in my work. I am sharing some nice pictures taken in my country. Hope you like it. Do visit my country and you will surely find it very interesting. Our people are very friendly and hospitable.
Wish you all the best from me.
And now I say –
Tam Biet (Goodbye)