We are committed to challenge students to become fully engaged and engrossed into their desire to become more educated about the importance of our culture and how it plays an integral role in defining who we are through our embracing of our commonalities and differences such as history, language, community, tradition. We hope to provide the necessary interaction between those with different backgrounds to build cross cultural bridges,foster acceptance, and awareness among our campus.
A plate of bun is served alongside a bowl of grilled pork patties, which after being grilled, are served in a smokey sour soup, and finally a plate of herbs and green vegetables are served to accompany everything
Asia: Vietnam: traditional rammed earth house. is a technique for building walls, foundations, and floors using natural raw materials such as earth, chalk, lime or gravel. Rammed-earth can be simple to construct, noncombustible, thermally massive, strong, and durable. However, structures such as walls can be labour-intensive to construct without machinery , and they are susceptible to water damage if inadequately protected or maintained.
Cao lầu This dish is very unique to Hoi An, the historic trading port town along the central coast. The most important element of this dish is the noodles. They're made with water drawn from one specific well: the thousand-year-old Ba Le well in Hoi An.They end up having a special chewiness and are served in some broth with thinly sliced pork, herbs, bean sprouts, and crisp crouton-like squares of fried dough.