Vietnam: Central Deaf Services

Vietnam: Central Deaf Services

Join Joel as he revisits Central Deaf Services in Da Nang, Vietnam, after five years, this time accompanied by Jeffrey Bravin, Executive Director of the American School for the Deaf. Explore the vibrant bilingual Deaf school, meet its inspiring students, and witness the dedication of its exceptional

Vietnam: Sugar Cane Deaf Vendor

Vietnam: Sugar Cane Deaf Vendor

Joel rides on the scooter with other Deaf locals through Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. They stop by a Deaf woman who just started her business as a street food vendor. She serves sugarcane juice, fruit juices, and others. (captioned)

Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh Deaf School

Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh Deaf School

While I’m visiting Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, I must stop by the Deaf school. I donated 130 bags of school supplies and food. The teachers are doing the oral methods, but Deaf students prefer Vietnamese Sign Language. A Deaf art teacher gave me a great tour. See how I interacted with the Deaf st

Vietnam: Bánh Mì Deaf Vendor

Vietnam: Bánh Mì Deaf Vendor

Joel grabs a perfect Bánh mì, a Vietnamese sandwich from Tuấn Anh, a Deaf vendor, for his lunch. Tuấn shares his success story from a small town to a big city in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. (captioned)

Vietnam: Hoi An Ancient Town

Vietnam: Hoi An Ancient Town

Joel visits Hoi An Ancient Town in Vietnam south of Da Nang. First, he meets a local coffee shop managed by Deaf people. He also stops by a shop with an entire team of Deaf handicrafts. Finally, he drives the scooter over the river to meet a Deaf wooden sculpture. (captioned)

Vietnam: Trường Dành Cho Trẻ Điếc Tại Đà Nẵng

Vietnam: Trường Dành Cho Trẻ Điếc Tại Đà Nẵng

Với 18 Học Sinh Điếc, Trung Tâm Người Điếc Miền Trung toạ lạc phần giữa của Việt Nam là một nới đặc biệt có nền giáo dục song ngữ. Đây là một trường tư nhân có đội ngũ nhân viên vừa là người Điếc và người nghe, đây là những người thúc đẩy ngôn ngữ ký hiệu và kỹ năng đọc viết Tiếng Việt. Tại nơi đây

Vietnam: Da Nang Local Deaf School

Vietnam: Da Nang Local Deaf School

With 19 Deaf students, Central Deaf Services in the middle of Vietnam is a special place for bilingual education. The privately funded school boasts Deaf and hearing staff who promote sign language, as well as reading and writing in Vietnamese. It is clear to see a bright future ahead for both the

Vietnam: A Day in Hanoi

Vietnam: A Day in Hanoi

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam, and is the second largest city of the country… and, we get to explore for the day! We ride on a scooter with Joel and Deaf tour guides bring us to cultural landmarks. Driving all day long, we had pit stops that turned out to be worth it. We visited a gathering of th

Vietnam: Deaf Conical Hat Makers & Rowers

Vietnam: Deaf Conical Hat Makers & Rowers

In this video, Joel and his guide Dang Tran start things off with two Deaf Vietnamese conical hat makers who show him the ropes of hat-making. Then, Joel gets to meet and have dinner with a couple of Deaf rowers who introduce him to porcupine meat! Finally, they bring him on board their large two-o

Vietnam: Hanoi Deaf Street Vendors

Vietnam: Hanoi Deaf Street Vendors

In this video, Joel hops on a scooter and is led by his guide Dang Tran through the winding streets of Hanoi, Vietnam, where he gets to meet several Deaf people who work as street food vendors. He starts off by getting a haircut from a Deaf barber and then makes his way over to taste some delicious

Vietnam: Deaf Craft 5 Colors

Vietnam: Deaf Craft 5 Colors

Exploring more in Vietnam to learn of Deaf people and their lifestyle, we come back to meet Dang Tran, who was our tour guide in the previous video! This time, Dang Tran brings us to his business, and we get to learn of his lifestyle! He manages a business of Vietnamese popular homemade souvenirs,

Vietnam: Hmong in Sapa

Vietnam: Hmong in Sapa

In this video, Joel gets to experience life in Sapa, Vietnam! Joel starts off with his guide, Dang Tran, in the rice terraces and rice paddies nestled in the mountains and valleys. There, the two of them get to meet a Deaf rice farmer named Sung. After visiting Sung’s home, Joel runs into a Deaf sn

Joel’s Hanoi Experience

Joel’s Hanoi Experience

Vietnam…. beautiful, exotic, distant…. and it’s all brought to you by Joel and his fantastic guide, Dang Tran Thanh. In this short preview, get a taste of Joel’s journey in Hanoi, and surrounding areas of Vietnam. More videos of Hanoi and the ATW5 (Around the World: Part 5) journey will be coming s