As the trip down memory lane continues, we can’t help but look back at MSHS students’ memorable field trip to the Southern Vietnamese Women’s Museum. The trip was part of the Vietnamese Studies curriculum, and it was a valuable opportunity for our students to learn more about the history of Southern Vietnamese women in particular and Southern Vietnamese history in general. A field trip at TAS is not complete without an exciting group activity, and for this field trip, students were tasked with demonstrating how Vietnamese people used certain agricultural tools in the past.

Students listened to the curator as they toured the museum.
Students looked at the portrait photos of notable Southern Vietnamese women.
Students were divided into groups for the activity.
Students discussed in groups before starting the demonstration.
A group of students were demonstrating how people used a certain tool in the past.
Another group were explaining another tool's usage to their fellow students.
A student was presenting his group's findings.
The field trip ended with lunch at Manwah restaurant.