Vietnamese kids in Malaysia learn mother tongue

Vietnamese kids in Malaysia learn mother tongue

Tran Thi Chang, president of the Vietnamese women’s club in Malaysia, was worried about the fact that more and more Vietnamese children were growing up in the country, but there were no Vietnamese class for them to learn their mother tongue. Efforts by Chang and several members of the club resulted in the first free Vietnamese class that opened last October in the living room of a flat on the second floor of the Pangsapuri Permai Puteri apartment building in Selangor.

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