Browsing All posts tagged under »vietnam«

Hanoi in the fall

October 16, 2011 by


On my bike, I usually croon a Vietnamese song written for Hanoi, my city, that says: “…Regardless of how much traveling we may have, we are always towards Hanoi…” Due to special designs by the hand of nature, when it comes into the stormy season in the Central of Vietnam – around annual October, Hanoi […]

How I work on GLOBAL DIGNITY in Vietnam

September 13, 2011 by


Written by Stoney Chenal I met His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon and Professor Pekka Himanen in the recent trip to Switzerland. They provided an inspiring talk about Global Dignity, how fascinating it is to see close links between what they have been doing with Global Dignity since 2005, and what I conceptualize for Vietnam […]

Young leaders, where are you?

September 10, 2011 by


Written by Stoney Chenal I don’t say that ‘leaders’ are people with high positions nor who earn lots money and power. In some cases that is right, but not for the whole. I’m saying about young leaders, who act to make positive changes happened. That concept allows more, actually, it counts everybody whose path is […]

Apply for the Sarus Exchange Program

September 6, 2011 by


“We want to create friendships and increase understanding between Cambodians and Vietnamese. We want common ground to be discovered. We want students to build the bridge, cross the river, and explore the other side with an open mind. And with that, if we can encourage leadership skills, broaden knowledge of both countries, nurture English language […]

No need of J-word to do Citizen Journalism

August 25, 2011 by


I haven’t had any formal background in journalism. It has come to the day when I sit down, and recall how journalism unexpectedly involved into my professional and personal life. I published a newspaper myself during time of high school, which was full of my narrative and descriptive writing stuff about what happened inside and […]