Đặt lịch nộp hồ sơ và phỏng vấn xin visa Séc

Du học Séc có lẽ khó nhất là xin visa. Trong đó, đặt lịch nộp hồ sơ/phỏng vấn với Đại sứ quán Séc (ĐSQ) là trở ngại lớn nhất các bạn sinh viên Việt Nam gặp phải. Các bạn có thể đọc thêm cách chuẩn bị hồ sơ xin visa Séc. Vậy làm thế nào để đặt lịch nộp hồ sơ và phỏng vấn xin visa Séc chót lọt, thành công?

Global Citizens: Vietnamese in CZ

“I teach my children a global mentality,” says Vuong Thuy-An, the Vietnamese mother whose son Filip Wu was introduced in chapter two. “First, I don’t want them to be influenced by [nationalist ideologies]. Second, I teach them humanism rather than following any religious beliefs.”

More Than Just Race: Vietnamese in CZ

Tran Van Sang, founder of integration center Sangu.eu, teaches his fellow Vietnamese the Czech language, and educates them about Czech laws, policies, culture and history. Now, he is running for a seat in the European parliament. Having been in the CR since he was ten years old, like many of his “banana” generation, Sang was the family’s translator, accompanying his father to governmental offices to do paperwork.

Discussions about Love and Marriage: Vietnamese in CZ

“They think if you marry a non-Vietnamese, your children would lose even more cultural identity,” Anh-Nhat explains. “In Cheb, many Vietnamese men married Czech women and most of them got divorced. The parents are afraid that if we marry non-Vietnamese people, we’ll also get divorced.”

Labels at School: Vietnamese in CZ

In the research done by Alex Tran on 120 second-generation Vietnamese, 58 percent of the participants have reportedly experienced racist and/or xenophobic assaults during their time in the CR, 86 percent of which were verbal. These attacks harm their self-esteem and pride, make them question their identity and sometimes, leave deep scars in their hearts.

The Nonstop Minimarkets: Vietnamese in CZ

Born and raised in the Czech Republic, Linh-Chi has only visited her father’s hometown in Vietnam three times but feels deeply connected to her cultural heritage. “I’m a hundred percent Vietnamese,” she states. “Vietnamese is my mother tongue. There’s no reason for me to identify as a Czech. I may have a Czech education, but that’s just the environment I grew up in. My blood is Vietnamese.”

Được ăn cả, Ngã về Không: Việt Kiều Séc

Tôi ấn tượng với cộng đồng người Việt tại Séc từ ngày đầu tiên tôi sang Praha du học tháng 9/2015. Vì vậy, khi chuẩn bị tốt nghiệp, tôi không chần chừ gì, chọn ngay đề tài khóa luận tốt nghiệp là về người Việt tại đây. Một phóng sự dài về những người đồng bào của tôi và câu chuyện của họ.

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