Learners learn Vietnamese in class and in field trips to museums, historic sites, and other venues closely attached to the establishment and development of Saigon – the South. Noticeably, they can visit Pagoda of the Lady Thien Hau in District 5, built by Chinese people (from Guangdong, China) in the XVIII Century to mark their immigration to Vietnam while Ming Dynasty’s rule over China was overthrown in the XVI Century. Within the parameters of the pagoda, learners will use Vietnamese to address the gods and goddesses as well as get to understand the meaning of worship in this venue.
Beside Pagoda of the Lady Thien Hau, learners also have the chance to visit several Catholic churches, Buddhist pagodas, Islamic mosques, Protestant churches, museums and other historic sites in Ho Chi Minh City.
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