Time for a well deserved break…

If I think back to the day before our Tet Holiday, I am not sure any of us could have foreseen the impact of the “Coronavirus”. At that time, the crisis response team was meeting to discuss the implications of the virus on our co-curricular programme and the possibility of tournaments and festivals in China being cancelled.

Two months later, we are now at the end of Quarter 3, with no clear indication of when our students will be able to return to campus.

It has been a journey and a learning experience for every member of our community. We hope that during the Spring Break holiday next week, families are able to “unplug”, to spend quality time together and prepare to come back to school ready to re-engage in our Distance Learning programme. 

We know that COVID-19 has had a significant impact on our community and many businesses in Hanoi and around the world. As mentioned in our earlier communications, we ask that families contact the Business Office if they have any questions or need our support during this time. (Please email Thuy Tran: revenueaccountant@unishanoi.org)

As you know, we have already committed to refunds on all after-school activities, including UMA, Aquatics and Community Programmes. These are currently being processed by the Business Office and further reimbursements will continue to take place the week following Spring Break. Busing reimbursements will take place at the end of the school year.

In order for the School to re-forecast the 2019-2020 school budget, it is important for us to fully understand the impact our current situation has had on our revenue stream. Currently we are in the process of processing final Quarter 4 tuition fees and Quarter 4 withdrawals and identifying further variable expenses from Quarter 3 and Quarter 4. Once we have done this, we will communicate with all families. 

Unfortunately, we are still in the midst of the current crisis and do not have a full picture of the remainder of the year. We ask for your patience at this time and reassure you of our commitment to be a financially responsible, non-profit organisation for our community.

Finally, thank you for your support in the educational journey of your child. Distance learning is truly a home-school partnership.

Just this week we have seen our youngest learners deliver a virtual market for the community, we have seen an art project inspire parents to join their children with their own creations and we have had parents ‘visit’ universities with their High School children at an online College Fair. I know you will all have your own family highlights from this time and I encourage you to  take time to celebrate with your children as we admire their capacity to embrace this new learning journey. 

Have a safe, restful and relaxing Spring Break.
Yours s
incerely,

Jane McGee
Head of School

 

 

 

REMINDERS THIS WEEK:

Distance Learning Break: We have asked teachers from Discovery – G10 to refrain from assigning work during this time. As always, we encourage reading for pleasure during holiday time.  IBDP Grade 11 students will only be assigned optional tasks and these will not count towards a grade. Grade 12 Arts students who still have coursework in progress may wish to use Spring Break to consolidate their final products.

Please note that faculty and staff will not be responding to emails from parents and/or students during this time. If something urgent surfaces during the week, please use the headsoffice@unishanoi.org email contact and put “URGENT” in the subject header. If the School needs to communicate with families during the holiday, we will use our regular communication channels. We will not be sending out a daily update.

Returning from Spring Break: With the number of cases rising in Hanoi and Vietnam, we will be continuing with our Distance Learning programme following the Spring Break.

Following the holiday, you will see some changes to our communication as well as our programme. The changes are intended to continue to improve our service to our families as we face a longer period of ‘virtual school’.

Divisional Principals will communicate programmatic changes to you on our return and also send home essential information through the TinTuc each Friday.

Moving forward, my daily updates will be replaced with two weekly communications: Tuesday via email and Friday via the TinTuc. If there is an urgent message, we will send out a message immediately through both email and SMS. We will also be sharing our plans for parent coffees, sharing student learning and celebrations.

Sharing our Gratitude…

This is a time of rapid change creating uncertainty and anxiety for many of us. As we face distance from our core communities and deal with the emotions of the quick departure of friends, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you. 

While much is beyond our control, we can take care of each other and of ourselves.This week, our faculty have been focusing on wellness with their messaging to your children. Wellness will continue to be embedded into our approach to distance learning and we encourage your whole family to engage: Keep calm, stay wise, be kind. 

Ending the week in which the global news has provided little cause for joy, on the UN’s International Day of Happiness, we would ask that you take a moment to pause and reflect, and to be grateful. We are privileged as individuals and collectively as a group for the health and safety of our community, the ability to stay connected with friends and relatives around the world, and to be part of a School, including faculty, staff, parents and students that demonstrate daily our core value of  “community”.  

We (the UNIS Hanoi Senior Leadership Team) would like to end the week with a sincere “Thank you” to all our community.

(With thanks to ES Instructional Coach for Technology, Neal Clark)

World Happiness Day

In 2011, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution which recognised happiness as a “fundamental human goal” and called for “a more inclusive, equitable and balanced approach to economic growth that promotes the happiness and well-being of all peoples”.

In 2012 the first ever UN conference on Happiness took place and the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution which decreed that the International Day of Happiness would be observed every year on 20 March. It was celebrated for the first time in 2013.

This year they share COVID-19 coping resources and advice including this ‘Coping Calendar’ with daily tips to stay positive. I encourage you to explore all their resources: https://www.actionforhappiness.org/news/covid-19-how-to-respond

A new Global Virtual Reality!

With school closures announced around the world and more than 890.5 million students impacted, developing meaningful distance learning programmes has never been more important for schools and educators.

In response to the global need for educators to collaborate and learn new skills to support their students, UNIS Hanoi and Saigon South International School are proud to partner to offer the Vietnam Tech Conference – Virtual!

The Virtual Professional Development event will be hosted by UNIS Hanoi on Saturday April 25 from 07:00-13:00 (+7GMT) with concurrent tracks of 30 minute presentations and discussions forums aimed to engage educators from across the globe.

The Vietnam Tech Conference has been a premier professional development learning experience for schools in Asia Pacific for many years with a focus on how tech can empower learning. This year, our Spring event is being re-formatted to focus on Distance Learning and to help equip and inform teachers to effectively deliver learning remotely. Tech to empower learning on a global scale!

All workshops and online discussions will be volunteered and facilitated by our global community of educators and there will be no charge to attend any of the sessions which will be available open-source to all.

Teaching virtually and creating meaningful programmes is a challenge that we are all rising to and for most of us learning new skills and re-thinking how to engage our students. Let’s learn together!

We are encouraging teachers everywhere to share successes and consider offering a short workshop or online discussion about something they have tried and found to be successful or even transformative! Please share this message with your communities across the globe.

PROPOSE A WORKSHOP OR SESSION (click on the link)

UNIS Hanoi will host the conference on a virtual platform and presenters will be given full orientation before ‘going live’. For now, we ask teachers and trainers fill out the form and let us know what you can bring to the event to help others. They can even chose the best time zone for their global location or choose to deliver the session multiple times for different global audiences (7.00-13.00 +7GMT)

#learningtogether #vtcvirtual

(Please note this will not be a commercial platform for software providers to promote sales and the UNIS Hanoi and SSIS team will be pre-approving and moderating all sessions to ensure the highest professional standards from presenters and participants.)

From the Head of School

Dear Families,

The Hanoi People’s Committee has announced an extended school closure until Sunday March 1. As we shared earlier this week, we were expecting this to be the case and therefore, are prepared to continue with our Distance Learning Programme.

Please make the most of the resources shared with our teams this week, watch the recordings of the parent sessions and of course, continue to ask questions if your child needs further support with the programme. 

Today our Principals met with faculty and staff to review feedback from students and the community. You will see some changes in our approach next week which takes this feedback into account.

As we move into next week we will continue to confirm with our community official information that we receive.

Enjoy your weekend. 

Jane McGee

WHO Vietnam Expert Insight on COVID-19

Experts from the World Health Organisation (WHO) Vietnam gave faculty, staff and parents an exclusive presentation on the COVID-19 today (Friday 14 February). 

WHO Representative for Vietnam, Dr Kidong Park, together with his team members Dr Sotoku Otsu and Moreblessing Moyo gave an enlightening talk on the COVID-19 (more commonly referred to as the CoronaVirus) and what scientists currently know. 

It’s not entirely new: Delving into the science, Dr Otsu, the Diseases Control and Health Emergency Team Coordinator, said the Coronavirus is a known disease within the health community and COVID-19 is a new strain of a virus they are already familiar with. In fact, she shared, the CoronaVirus exists in the common flu as well. And although WHO had declared COVID-19 to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) on 30th January 2020, Dr Otsu reassured the audience that the public should not be overly alarmed. She added, “PHEIC is declared when an extraordinary event is determined to constitute a public health risk in other states through an international spread of disease and to potentially require a coordinated international response. By declaring PHEIC, WHO [alerts] countries to be prepared for managing and preventing this disease.”

Vietnam Government has been diligent and proactive: The WHO team commended Vietnam for their proactive response to safeguarding their citizens from the virus. However, Dr Otsu highlighted that ‘almost all’ confirmed cases of the CoronaVirus had a clear link to China. Additionally, in China only 28 cases of the virus were found in children. There have been no confirmed cases of CoronaVirus in children outside of China, she stated. 

Transmission and infection is limited: During the one hour presentation, Dr Otsu and Dr Park illustrated how the virus is transmitted. The ‘mode of transmission’ they shared was via droplets (a cough or a sneeze). However, Dr Otsu said that a droplet is too heavy to ‘fly’ farther than a metre away, thus, for human to human transmission to happen, a person would have to be very close to the person sneezing or coughing and the droplet would need to be transferred typically on to the face for the other person to be infected. The doctors also shared that the virus needs to ‘live in a cell’ in order to replicate. Outside of a human body or animal, the virus ‘dies’ after a few hours. The doctors emphasised the importance of hand washing with soap and water as the best way to ‘kill’ the virus and limit the chance of spreading. The doctors also revealed that the incubation period for the virus is between three to five days. Therefore 14 day quarantines ensured there was an extremely low risk of contagion. 

Current Situation in Vietnam

  • The Vietnamese government has been very proactive in stemming the spread of the virus
  • The Vietnamese government opted to take extra measures such as closure of schools
  • The Vietnamese authorities are carrying out ‘contact tracing’ to ensure that people who have interacted with known ‘cases’ are being tested, monitored and quarantined. 
  • To date, there are 16 confirmed cases, concentrated in three provinces – Vinh Phuc, Thanh Hoa and Khanh Hoa. 
  • Six people have fully recovered and have been discharged from hospital
  • 602 people are under monitoring

WHO Recommendation for the General Public

  • Stay Healthy (eat well, sleep and stay hydrated)
  • Avoid close contact with people with respiratory symptoms 
  • Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

Recommended Information Sources:

Update On Events

The CoronaVirus Outbreak, now known as COVID-19, disrupted not only classroom learning, but also many of our community events for the month of February. Parent meetings, SCO meetings and Professional Development conferences were impacted. 

Hardest hit were the team sports and arts events. For the Activities office, coaches, athletes, artists and their families, there was understandably huge disappointment felt when MRISA, APAC and HAC events were cancelled. 

At the heart of every school’s actions has been the health and safety of every child. Schools such as Shanghai American School, International School Beijing, and International School Eastern Seaboard took the early decision as host schools to cancel APAC or MRISA events once news of the virus broke. Since then, as a result of school closures, flight restrictions and other quarantine measures, other host schools have cancelled the remainder of events in February. As communicated in earlier emails to our community, all events in February have been cancelled. 

Looking forward to March, we know that the International School Bangkok has cancelled their Splash Meet (March 6-8) and the International School of Phnom Penh has cancelled the Middle School STEM tournament (March 6-8).  

We ask that you continue to look at the calendar for updates. 

As a School, we are also actively working with our partner schools in Vietnam and across the region to try and plan culminating festival events so that we can celebrate our APAC, MRISA and HAC participants and give them the experience they’ve worked so hard for. Subject to Government directives, we hope these events will take place some time in the coming month. Watch this space!

Annual Report Data

This year we have delivered our Annual Report data in bite-size chunks to help our community digest our data! And this week we are pleased to share the next three installments.

SERVICE LEARNING
We’re a community with no bystanders and we exist to make an impact. That’s why our comprehensive service learning programme is a core component of what we offer. In 2018/19, 250 Middle and High School students took direct action in service groups, with almost a fifth leading the groups themselves. We’re proud of the connections, collaborations and the difference our students make week in, week out. That’s what makes us Uniquely UNIS. FIND OUT MORE

SUSTAINABILITY
In the academic year 2018/19, UNIS Hanoi established a Sustainability Committee. The Committee worked on a sustainability plan, with key actions rolled out in the academic year 2019/20. FIND OUT MORE

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW
UNIS Hanoi adopts a prudent financial management approach, ensuring the School has the means to remain a top international school.
Below is an overview of the School’s finances for the academic year 2018-19. FIND OUT MORE

If you have missed any of our ‘data drip’ installments (including our Student Learning Results, Who We Are and CoCurricular Data) you can catch up with them all on our website: Annual Report

Make an Impact for the New Year!

We want our students to wake up every day knowing we can change the world! Together.

Did you know that your child voted for us to create a UNIS Botanical Garden and a Solar Power Project?

We asked our students what they want to create through the UNIS Impact Fund… and they told us loud and clear with nearly 900 votes for the two projects!

Creating a greener campus and a living, learning experience with movable oases of plants and trees was our community’s Number One idea choice! And hard on its heels was exploring and implementing solar power possibilities at UNIS in partnership with local agencies.

Comments from students during the voting process were very clear that they want to feel empowered to make a difference, both here in Hanoi but also to contribute their ‘teaspoon of change’ to the climate crises we watch unfold on the news daily.

Now we need your help to make those dreams come true by raising $100,000 USD through community fundraising!

You can make a gift today directly to the UNIS Impact Fund with one of our easy gift options – and EVERY GIFT COUNTS! Please support our students and their plans to make the world a better place, and help make the projects that your child voted for become a reality!

CLICK HERE to find out how you can make a gift

Our Big Ideas for the Year of the Rat!

Planning for both projects is just starting with our community taskforce groups of students, teachers, staff, parents and alumni!
We look forward to bringing you regular updates as the projects start to take shape and please email us at impact@unishanoi.org if you would like to be more involved.

UNIS Botanical Garden

GOAL: Greening our campus with a living, learning experience! Multiple, movable oases of plants and trees focusing on sustainable solutions, integrated into our curriculum and enhancing our learning environment.

IMPACT?

  • Greening by design with a plant collection curated by our learning community.
  • Sensory plants, practical plants, medicinal plants, international diversity, bio-diversity – inspiring endless possibilities for learning.
  • Campus indoor and outdoor planting in pots; both Vietnamese artisanal pots and self-watering plant pots, made from recycled waste, using recycled water.
  • Movable and scalable – Growing collection to be added to year on year.
  • Improve AQI, reduce CO2, create shade, improve aesthetics, learning environment benefits.
  • Learning connections – Plant life cycles, data projects etc – All plants linked to an online digital catalogue.
    (Developed from proposals from a teacher and parents)

Solar Energy – Prototyping Renewable Energy

GOAL: Explore and implement solar power possibilities at UNIS. Prototyping solutions in partnership with local agencies, designed to scale with strategic campus planning. Rooftop panels creating clean energy partnered with energy saving campaign.

IMPACT?

  • Environmental impact of producing clean energy on campus.
  • Powering our own school needs – Potential to also contribute to grid.
  • Urgent need in Vietnam – Government priority for development – Community partners involved.
  • First step to campus wide solar plan – Philanthropy kick-start strategic plan.
  • Learning connections – energy, engineering, environment, data etc.
  • To include a solar tree or flower at ground level for our younger students to make connections and to demonstrate our community’s commitment more visibly.(Developed from proposals from students, faculty and parents.)

CLICK HERE to find out more about the UNIS Impact Fund

Make an Impact for the New Year!

We want our students to wake up every day knowing we can change the world! Together.

Did you know that your child voted for us to create a UNIS Botanical Garden and a Solar Power Project?

We asked our students what they want to create through the UNIS Impact Fund… and they told us loud and clear with nearly 900 votes for the two projects!

Creating a greener campus and a living, learning experience with movable oases of plants and trees was our community’s Number One idea choice! And hard on its heels was exploring and implementing solar power possibilities at UNIS in partnership with local agencies.

Comments from students during the voting process were very clear that they want to feel empowered to make a difference, both here in Hanoi but also to contribute their ‘teaspoon of change’ to the climate crises we watch unfold on the news daily.

Now we need your help to make those dreams come true by raising $100,000 USD through community fundraising!

You can make a gift today directly to the UNIS Impact Fund with one of our easy gift options – and EVERY GIFT COUNTS! Please support our students and their plans to make the world a better place, and help make the projects that your child voted for become a reality!

CLICK HERE to find out how you can make a gift

Our Big Ideas for the Year of the Rat!

Planning for both projects is just starting with our community taskforce groups of students, teachers, staff, parents and alumni!
We look forward to bringing you regular updates as the projects start to take shape and please email us at impact@unishanoi.org if you would like to be more involved.

UNIS Botanical Garden

GOAL: Greening our campus with a living, learning experience! Multiple, movable oases of plants and trees focusing on sustainable solutions, integrated into our curriculum and enhancing our learning environment.

IMPACT?

  • Greening by design with a plant collection curated by our learning community.
  • Sensory plants, practical plants, medicinal plants, international diversity, bio-diversity – inspiring endless possibilities for learning.
  • Campus indoor and outdoor planting in pots; both Vietnamese artisanal pots and self-watering plant pots, made from recycled waste, using recycled water.
  • Movable and scalable – Growing collection to be added to year on year.
  • Improve AQI, reduce CO2, create shade, improve aesthetics, learning environment benefits.
  • Learning connections – Plant life cycles, data projects etc – All plants linked to an online digital catalogue.
    (Developed from proposals from a teacher and parents)

Solar Energy – Prototyping Renewable Energy

GOAL: Explore and implement solar power possibilities at UNIS. Prototyping solutions in partnership with local agencies, designed to scale with strategic campus planning. Rooftop panels creating clean energy partnered with energy saving campaign.

IMPACT?

  • Environmental impact of producing clean energy on campus.
  • Powering our own school needs – Potential to also contribute to grid.
  • Urgent need in Vietnam – Government priority for development – Community partners involved.
  • First step to campus wide solar plan – Philanthropy kick-start strategic plan.
  • Learning connections – energy, engineering, environment, data etc.
  • To include a solar tree or flower at ground level for our younger students to make connections and to demonstrate our community’s commitment more visibly.(Developed from proposals from students, faculty and parents.)

CLICK HERE to find out more about the UNIS Impact Fund

“My New Year’s Resolution is…

to make an Impact for a better world…”

As we start a new year, it would be wonderful to reward our amazing students and make their wishes for the world come true. They have told us what they want – Solar Power and a Botanical Garden – Let’s make it happen together!

Please consider making your gift to the UNIS Impact Fund as part of your new year’s resolutions and show the students we care!
78% of the votes for the Impact Fund projects were from our students who are really excited about these projects – Lets have at least that number of families supporting their projects!
We even have Diploma students engaging with project teams and ideas for Extended Essays with the projects! But we can only make an impact on learning with your help!
EVERY GIFT COUNTS and add up to create big funds! And we may be able to access external funding if we demonstrate significant solidarity as a community with high participation from our community.
Also, if you have time and would like to join one of the project task forces, email impact@unishanoi.org and we will welcome you as they develop this month with teams of students, faculty, staff and parents. Watch this space for updates on our Solar Power project and the plans for our UNIS Hanoi Botanical Garden!
A big THANK YOU to our early givers who have already pledged their support in the first month of our campaign!

TOTAL TODAY: $32,072 USD

 

Happy Holidays!

On behalf of our leadership team I would like to take this opportunity to wish each and everyone a wonderful Winter Break filled with health, peace and happiness.

I hope that you will all enjoy time with your family and friends, celebrating the end of a successful year and resting and rejuvenating for the start of a new one.

It has been a busy season of festivals and fun at School and I hope you enjoy some of these highlights from our Winter Service Festival with students from all Divisions working hard to help make a better world – the best gift anyone can give!

Warm regards
Jane McGee
Head of School

Dear Santa…

“I would like to make an Impact for a better world…”

As we head for the holidays, it would be wonderful to reward our amazing students and make their wishes for the world come true.

They have told us what they want – Solar Power and a Botanical Garden – Let’s make it happen together!

Please consider making your gift to the UNIS Impact Fund during Winter Break and we can announce to the students a significant show of solidarity and support for their ideas in the new year!
78% of the votes for the Impact Fund projects were from our students – Lets have at least that number of families supporting their projects!
We even have Diploma students engaging with project teams and ideas for Extended Essays with the projects! But we can only make an impact on learning with your help!
EVERY GIFT COUNTS and add up to create big funds! And we may be able to access external funding if we demonstrate significant solidarity as a community with high participation from our community.
If you would like to join one of the project task forces, email impact@unishanoi.org and we will welcome you as they develop in January with teams of students, faculty, staff and parents!
A big THANK YOU to our early givers who have already pledged their support in the first two weeks of our campaign!
TOTAL TODAY: $31,113 USD

Impact Fund Big Ideas Announced!

The UNIS Impact Fund is new this year and is designed to empower our students to change the world!

And this week the Impact Fund Committee listened to the voice of our community and approved two Big Idea Goals for this year’s community fundraising. Next week we will be writing to our community with more information and asking for your support for:

  1. UNIS Botanical Garden – A moveable learning ‘jungle’ on campus, greening the School and providing powerful learning opportunities!
  2. UNIS Solar Power – Prototyping renewable energy on campus with both roof panels and a solar tree for our new Botanical Garden!

The Impact Fund Committee were delighted with the level of response from our students with 54% of all students registering their preference for the offered projects.

There were a total of 1267 votes cast by students, faculty, parents, staff and alumni for the three different projects! THANK YOU!

These Big Ideas will only become reality with everyone’s help!
We plan to raise $100,000 USD through community fundraising this year and it starts next week!

And at the same time as the fundraising campaign, we will have two small taskforces from the Impact Fund Committee of students, faculty, staff and parents working together on the plans for the Big Ideas (with the proposal authors and School Admin), and we will share the plans with you as more details develop. The outline plans have already undergone considerable community and expert consultation and we know they are both viable within our fundraising goal.

If you would like to get involved and help the Impact Fund Committee with the project development or with the fundraising, please contact impact@unishanoi.org.

 

Which Big Idea will you choose?

This week our community is joining in the decision making for our UNIS Impact Fund Big Ideas! Every student, teacher, staff, parent and alumni student has been invited to chose from the three shortlisted ideas – what would you chose?

1. UN Rights of the Child Community Mosaic – a permanent campus artwork on the front of our Centre for the Arts created by our community in partnership with a famous local artist, to celebrate 30 Years of the Rights of the Child and our unique identity.

2. Greening UNIS – A Mobile Campus Forest – creating an urban jungle with self-watering plant pots, made from recycled waste and using recycled water – improving our learning environment.

3. Solar Energy – Prototyping Renewable Energy – working with NGO partners to kickstart our own clean energy created on campus with rooftop solar panels. Potential to contribute to the grid and help with an urgent local need.

Learning will be built into all the projects for all our community. Find out more: https://www.unishanoi.org/BigIdeas

DON’T FORGET TO GIVE US YOUR CHOICE!

The Impact Fund Committee will decide next week which projects are adopted for our first UNIS Impact Fund’raising campaign with a goal of $100,000 USD. And they want to hear our community voice loud and clear! Don’t let them down – give us your feedback today. THANK YOU!

National Solutions Summit

To celebrate 30 Years of the Rights of the Child Convention, UNICEF and UNIS partnered to deliver a National Solutions Summit addressing the five top problems faced by young people in Vietnam!

Our Grade 10 and 11 student leaders partnered with students from BIS to facilitate visiting teams from across Vietnam to tackle;

  • Violence at school (including bullying)
  • Climate change and environment (including air pollution)
  • Pressure to perform at school
  • Sexual abuse
  • Healthy and safe living (road safety, substance abuse)

Twelve teams from Hanoi, HCMC, Danang, Central Highlands and the northern province of Dien Bien convened at UNIS for two days of intensive problem solving and workshop’ing all guided and led by our UNIS students.

The UNIS and BIS student leaders had already spent a weekend training and planning at the start of the month and their new skills were in evidence as they worked with their teams skillfully and with dedication last weekend.

At the end of the weekend, all 12 teams pitched their ideas, ‘Shark Tank’ style to a panel of judges from UNICEF and MoLISA.

The four winning teams with their ideas to solve bullying at school, academic pressure to perform and climate change will continue to work with UNICEF in their localities to implement their ideas and present the outcomes to the government next year.

Congratulations to UNIS Grade 10 and 11 students for their hard work, dedication, leadership and passion to support change in Vietnam for their peers – UNIS students living our Vision!

UNICEF National Solutions Summit UNIS leaders were: Minh Trang Dao, Victoria Tran, Binh Vu, Linh Ngo, Mai An Nguyen, Hang Vy Le, Minh Kieu, Thao Pham, Ly Nguyen, Mo Bui, Thu An Vo, Mai Linh Neefjes and Phuong Thao Do.