There are so many wonderful traditions surrounding the Lunar New Year, but its most important characteristic is the value it places on reunion.
At the start of last semester, I wrote an article about all the new things on campus. Well, it’s a new semester again and there are a number of “new” things to highlight.
In 2020 we look forward to working with you and your children to create an exceptional education experience where there is a love and excitement for learning!
There are numerous traditions regarding this visit with many of them not based in fact but more on myth or speculation. Here are a few of the myths about this famous visit.
Provide children with a balanced lifestyle, full of what they NEED, not just what they WANT. Do not be afraid to say no to your children if what they want is not what they need.
I believe it is important for us as a school to take time to express our thanks and to encourage our students to be grateful for what they have.
There are apps and social media sites that make money by grabbing and keeping our attention. The longer they keep your attention, the more money they make.
Over 2.7 billion people own and use smart phones which keep them connected to the Internet, social media, and other attention grabbing apps 24/7.
Old Director's Blog Archive
We shall keep our old Dalat Reflections blog active for an archive of several year's of posts and articles. It shall no longer be updated, all new updates will be found above.