Dinh Viet Anh

Dinh Viet Anh

  • Date of birth

    April 22, 1978 

  • Place of birth

    Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam

  • Gender

    Female

  • Current location

    Hanoi, Vietnam

  • Occupation

    Vice Director

  • Company or Organization

    Training and Rehabilitation Center for the Blind

  • Hobbies and interests

    Reading, listening to the radio, or watching TV

  • Favorite TV shows

    news, films, Game shows on testing knowledge

  • Favorite movies

    documentary and psychological movies

  • Favorite music

    Vietnamese traditional music, ABBA

  • Favorite Book

    Chicken soup for the soul

  • Favorite Websites

    W3Schools Online Web Tutorials

  • Personal blog, website, or Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn page

    Dinh Viet Anh's Facebook Page

  • How do you apply your Teruko Ikeda training in your life and work?

    Having been blessed with an opportunity to participate in 2 Teruko Ikeda ICT courses, I gained knowledge, skills, and expiriences in using the computer and Braille Memo as well as in teaching all these to the blind people. I was also provided the equipment. These have been very significant for me in many of my tasks. As the vice director of a training center for the blind  and a participant in a master course of Public Administration, I have been able to use the computer and Braille memo every day, both at work and in my studies. In addition, I have been given the chance to conduct trainings on using and teaching computer to the blind all over my country. Moreover, I continue to apply my learning through writing and editting the training materials as well as organizing seminars in the said fields together with my colleagues. Computer is the main tool for me to communicate, to widen my knowledge and to experience entertainment. Teruko Ikeda ICT trainings have been very valuable to me in my daily life and work.

  • Most memorable experience during the Teruko Ikeda ICT Training

    I had so many memorable experiences, that it is difficult to indicate what the most memorable is. ... The lessons with step - by-step instructions, the meetings topped with encouragement and concern from the organizers and sponsors, the good care provided by the staff and volunteers, the seminars on certain information and expiriences, the hours of sharing the knowledge, skills and thoughts, and even the telling of ghost stories among friends--All these memories will always be treasured although the trainings are through.

  • Thoughts you’d like to share with everyone

    I am very happy to be a member of the Teruko Ikeda ICT group. I think the valuable things we got from the project are not limited to the courses themselves; I believe that this website is a very good way of proving it. I hope that this site becomes a tool for us to share knowledge, skills, and thoughts not only among us Teruko Ikeda ICT trainees, but with the rest of the world. May we, the Teruko Ikeda ICT group, not only provide information for our fellow members, but also make everyone know and understand the abilities and needs of blind persons in general, in order that the "non-disabled" community may be friendlier, more welcoming, and more willing to support and motivate blind and visually impaired persons to be fully integrated into the society.