TAILIEUCHUNG - Vietnam Today A Guide to a Nation at a Crossroads

“Vietnam Today provides constructive advice to those who wish to build lasting relationships with their Vietnamese counterparts. Most importantly, Vietnam Today helps the reader understand enduring aspects of traditional culture in the context of a country undergoing profound and rapid change.” —Patti McGill Peterson, Executive Director, International Exchange of Scholars “Mark Ashwill has provided us with a primer that will help Americans and the world community understand the people, the culture, the history and the spirit of the Vietnamese. This is an important step in helping us understand an emerging country in the world community.” —Stephen T. Banko III, Vietnam. | VIETNAM T O D A Y A Guide to a Nation at a Crossroads MARK A. ASHWILL with Thai N g o c Diep Vietnam Today A Guide to a Nation at a Crossroads More early praise for Mark Ashwill and Vietnam Today Vietnam Today provides constructive advice to those who wish to build lasting relationships with their Vietnamese counterparts. Most importantly Vietnam Today helps the reader understand enduring aspects of traditional culture in the context of a country undergoing profound and rapid change. Patti McGill Peterson Executive Director International Exchange of Scholars Mark Ashwill has provided us with a primer that will help Americans and the world community understand the people the culture the history and the spirit of the Vietnamese. This is an important step in helping us understand an emerging country in the world community. Stephen T. Banko III Vietnam War Veteran At last an introduction to Vietnam that is about a country rather than a war. Ashwill and Diep have built a cultural bridge you will want to cross. Dr. Allan E. Goodman President and CEO Institute of International Education Vietnam Today is a very balanced primer of history culture and psychology. A must-read for anyone planning a business trip to Vietnam. P. Joseph Koessler Former Strategic Marketing Manager Coca-Cola Southeast and West Asia Division With great interest I read your book from cover to cover. I cried I laughed I smiled my eyes full of silent tears as I read what you wrote. For the first time I don t get annoyed with a foreigner talking about my country and my people. Nguyen Phuong Mai reporter Sinh Vien Viet Nam Vietnam Student News

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