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APP Chat with our Staff - Mike Sullivan, Year 5 Teacher

20 September 2017

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In this post we speak to Mr Mike Sullivan who is one of our new Year 5 Teachers over at An Phu Primary Campus to see how he is settling into life in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Pick the first 3 words you think of when I say Vietnam:

Lively, interesting and fun.

What are your first impressions of BIS HCMC?

I have been welcomed by friendly teachers, students and parents. It seems like a vibrant, busy international school, where people are encouraged to be ambitious and also have fun!

What new experiences have you had since you arrived in Vietnam?

A motorbike licence driving test.

If you were writing a postcard to friends back home, what would it say?

Life is good in Vietnam! The photo on the front is typical of the wonders of the country. Book a flight, what are you waiting for? Take care, Mike.

Mike Sullivan, Year 5 Teacher