I just graduated from the Le Hong Phong High School with a tremendous performance all through the years of study. At several occasions have I scoped 3rd prize in English, specifically in Hochiminh City. This was in the years 2008 and 2009. Following my graduation, I am interested in pursuing Economics and Finance course in the RMIT Vietnam. This scholarship application is tailored towards realization of this interest, which I pursue as my education objective and goal. The fact that the institution will now offer this course in English makes it an ideal place for me to undertake the
Essays on Vietnam
Essay On Cold War Timeline
Cold War Timeline
A bomb is dropped in Nagasaki, destroying the city and killing 70,000 people. This marks the end of world war two (Painter, 1999).
The Japanese surrender and this make the Russians involvement in the war unnecessary. The Russians further assert that the use of the bomb was to intimidate them. Hence this marks the commencement of the cold war (Painter, 1999).
Women start losing their industrial jobs due to the increase in
Creative Writing On Importance Of Revision
9th May, 2011
Revision is very important in helping the reader understand what exactly the writer wanted to say in the first place. The writer is able to tackle all the concerns that he or she forgot to highlight or deal with in the first place.
Revision in any kind of writing is important for it gives the writer a second chance to convince the reader that indeed what he or she did in the first place was not a true reflection of his or her actual knowledge of the subject.
In the first place, the writer did not
War Photography Creative Writing
Photography is a form of art that shows the artist’s perspective in a snapshot. Photographers capture a moment in time in order to portray emotion and convey a particular message. Political photos serve as a detailed and informative example of this form of expression. Not only do they show us history in time, but they also preserve memories of the event, lest history cloud perceptions of how wars are waged. In the case of the Vietnam War, political photography was used by many pioneering photographers as a weapon, showing the
A Rumor Of War Philip Caputo Literature Review
A Rumor of War by Philip Caputo was first published in 1977 and was immediately acclaimed in many reviews as a superbly written account of one man’s experience of the Vietnam War. It will be seen that not only was the Vietnam War, because of a unique set of circumstances, very different in many respects from earlier wars, but also that it had a life-changing effect on Caputo: he departed for the war keen and eager for battle, but returned as a total opponent of the war.
According to Caputo, how
The Role Of China In The Relation Between Thailand And Cambodia Research Proposal
Background of the Study
Since the establishment of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the role of China in the relation between Thailand and Cambodia has been quite evident. China has been involved in a number of ways, including the border disputes between
The Use Of Agent Orange In The Vietnam War Research Paper
Forty years before the their immersion in Afghanistan, America had faced a similar problem in the Vietnam jungles. They urgently needed to find a way of counteracting the enemy’s capacity to hide from weapons while living off the land. They decided to use Agent Orange, a herbicide designed to kill the forests that were sheltering the enemy. However, this decision was arguably one of the worst that were made throughout the course of the war. The herbicide proved to be a cause of cancer (cancer). Moreover, even today, children are being born with defects and illnesses as effect
Research Paper On The Evolution Of War Films
The evolution of war films is heavily influenced by the advances made in real life. With new technology comes new wars, and in turn this brings new war films. Human beings are predisposed to quarrel and so war films directly connect us to a feeling of patriotism and our innate interest in a fight (and the drama it includes). War films are an intrinsically masculine genre which, for many, allows them to remember wars and the pride they felt in fighting for their country. In the course of this