Lively explaining a lot of interesting cultural knowledge about Vietnam on the podium, and occasionally walking off the stage to interact with the students. The Vietnamese lecturer of this class, Du Jiaxin, is a new resident and is currently teaching Vietnamese at all levels of primary and secondary schools in Chiayi— Although this job is not as stable as in the factory in the past, and it is more often necessary to ride a motorcycle to various schools, but from the look in her eyes during class, it can be seen that this job has given her a job that was difficult to get in the factory day after day. that "confidence". mpark_news-2020-08-14_06-43-31_735004 Photo Credit: Liao Yuting Du Jiaxin cooperated with "Vietnamese Jia Culture Store" to set up a Vietnamese language course in Minxiong Township.
The first class shared Vietnamese cultural telemarketing list knowledge with students. Father-in-law's promise to start her "mobile" road Du Jiaxin, who married in Taiwan in 2000, is from An Giang province in southern Vietnam. Because of her father-in-law's words: "If you marry here, I will treat you better than my children." Du Jiaxin finally decided to nod to marry and stay away from home. Start her life in a foreign land on a treasure island for the rest of her life. Similar to the situation of most new residents who married to Taiwan, Du Jiaxin's family's economic situation is not very good. She used to sell fruit and Vietnamese rice noodles in her hometown to maintain basic living expenses.
Which is one of the reasons why she chose to come to Taiwan. Du Jiaxin said that when she first came to Taiwan, she didn't speak a word of Mandarin. Her mother-in-law used a tricycle to drive her through the streets and alleys near her home, in order to help her integrate into the local life as soon as possible, and her father-in-law was also convinced that she would keep the promise she made at the beginning and stay with her for many years. She is always good. From her speech, it can be seen that Du Jiaxin is very grateful to her in-laws for being kind and generous to her. Such a warm family environment may be her greatest relief in a foreign land.