Interpreter – My Dream Job

It is commonly asserted that dream jobs are those enabling you to earn a great deal of money. Nonetheless, money sometimes does not mean everything simply because it cannot buy happiness. Thus, my ideal work might both pay me well and bring me great job satisfactions, and I myself wish to work as an interpreter. I really desire to be an interpreter since I am … Continue reading Interpreter – My Dream Job

Journalist – My Dream Job

In spite of the fact that I am a student majoring in English and Chinese education, I have still harbored a dream of becoming an internationally well-known journalist. It is obvious that having a clearly defined career path can certainly lead to a satisfying working life. Since the early childhood, I have had an overall picture of my would-be field of work in the future, … Continue reading Journalist – My Dream Job

Should Smartphones Be Allowed In School?

It is common knowledge that smartphones have been accelerating in popularity. Therefore, most of the normal telephones are gradually being replaced by smartphones. Additionally,  we all know there are more than 7 billion people in the world, which leads us to beg the question that “How many smartphone users worldwide?” However, as a student, I have put into a question whether the smartphone should be … Continue reading Should Smartphones Be Allowed In School?

“3 Idiots” – A Must-watch Film

Life is a race. If you are not fast enough, you will get trampled. That is the message which “3 idiots” wants to conveys to everybody, especially to young people. Written and directed by Raijkumar Hrani, this Indian film is the story of Farhan, Raju and Rancho who are engineering students at the Imperial College of Engineering, one of the best colleges in India. The … Continue reading “3 Idiots” – A Must-watch Film

Listening Skill: Problems and Solutions

The final exam is coming closer and closer. All students are very busy and stressed preparing for the test. However, out of the four English skill tests, listening is largely agreed to be the most difficult one on which to achieve a good score. “Listening is my worst skill. How can I get 7 on listening?” Phương Linh, a K38 student, worriedly said. All students … Continue reading Listening Skill: Problems and Solutions

TNU Students With “Light To Illuminate The Ways”

TNU – On May 19th 2017, Thai Nguyen University students won the 3rd prize in the national finale of “Light to illuminate the Ways” competition. Three members of Thai Nguyen team are from the School of Foreign Languages. “Light to illuminate the Ways” is the name of the national Olympic Competition of Marxism – Leninism and Ho Chi Minh Ideology. The aim of this competition … Continue reading TNU Students With “Light To Illuminate The Ways”

Should Students Have Part time Jobs?

In recent years, there has been a controversial issue over whether students should do a part-time job or only focus on their schooling. In this article, these two views are going to be discussed to identify their own pros. On the one hand, taking a part time job is beneficial for several reasons. Initially, students can get more experience for their future job, and have … Continue reading Should Students Have Part time Jobs?