Linh Dao

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I'm a rising senior from Hanoi, Vietnam who concentrates in Development Studies. This summer, I received the Jack Ringer Fellowship to do research on Vietnamese and Cambodian shadow education system. This is also the last summer I could spend as a coming Brown student, thus I will try to relate my summer experience and the rest of my Brown life to hopefully come up with some post-Brown plan...


Stories by this author

  • Creative Kid Project CKP, Linh Dao
    | September 24th, 2012
    I had such a hard time trying to “summarize” my CKP experience. Creating and managing the Creative Kid Project has influenced me in so many ways that any “final report” seems unlikely to do it justice. Thanks to CKP, I have gained so many valuable...
  • | August 24th, 2012
    Before the official launch of The Creative Kid Project, Evan and I were invited to, for the namesake of this program; let’s just call it SMF (Something Meaningful Festival). Our job for SMF was to train their facilitators on how to interact with...
  • CKP - Linh Dao - Creative Kid Project Big Team
    | July 27th, 2012
    picture: CKP Big Team at our first training day with Dreams Catcher Club, 2 weeks before our Project starts. Most CKP members sit (or lie down) in the front row.  During the course of the Creative Kid Project (CKP), Evan and I argued a lot....
  • Linh Dao Brown'13 - FB Insight
    | July 10th, 2012
     “Dear __,  Since you left, the Creative Kid Project has grown much bigger than we could ever expect. We wish you could help us like you did in the beginning, or at least be here to witness what it has become. From a tiny team at first,...
  • Public/Private Division - Linh Dao Brown 13
    | June 28th, 2012
    Until last week, dealing with Vietnamese bureaucracy almost made me believe that in Vietnam, nothing is possible. In the process of meeting with different headmasters from the middle schools that we want to partner, I was told, over and over again,...
  • Hanoi's rain - Linh Dao Brown' 13
    | June 20th, 2012
    The problem with going back home doing research is that going home feels so natural and as-a-matter-of-fact that one can easily forget to prioritize her “main” objective of returning in the first place: doing research. Case in point: it rained cats...