Small Chats | The Power of Connection
At HAIS, we understand the significance of minor social exchanges and the opportunities they present. Just as haiku poetry can capture the essence of a story in just 17 syllables,...
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What’s On: February – April
After returning from Tet break and diving head first into International Week and Mother Language Day, we still have a raft of events lined up and some adjustments to the...
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The Traditions of Tet | Through a Student Lens
Words: Hannah Lambert Every year after the end of the long winter holiday for Christmas and the New Year, which my grandmother often calls “Western New Year”, my family begins...
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How a Mother of 5 Built an International School from the Ground Up
If you’ve ever seen Ms An (or even a photo of her for that matter), she’ll be smiling or laughing. Such is her nature to approach life with an eternally...
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