The celebration included a magic show, music performance, and talk show, all prepared by a group of RMIT students. The festivities aimed to honor foreign teachers as well as to enhance the relationship between students and their teachers. National Teachers’ Day attracted many foreigners as it is not a traditional holiday in their home countries. “I heard about Teachers’ Day when I came to Vietnam, and it was a surprise to me because we don’t have anything like that in Australia,” Bill Au, a lecturer who engaged in three Teachers’ Day celebrations in Vietnam, shared. “I think it’s great and wonderful that the students are doing all this for the teachers, recognizing the teachers. It’s always nice to see so much effort from our students. I think all the teachers look forward to this day,” asserted Melvin Fernando, a Malaysian lecturer who has lived in Vietnam for nearly six years. This is the sixth time Vietnamese students at RMIT have organized a National Teachers’ Day celebration for their foreign teachers. Before the event, students also gave their beloved teachers wooden paintings carved with calligraphy, cup cakes, and chocolates to show their appreciation.
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