Angels for Children and the University of Education Karlsruhe

Category Archives: Intercultural Activities

Spotlight on intercultural encounters – an interview with Ms Mittaphone Sichampa and Ms Phovang Inthavong

Dear readers,

First of all, let me (re-)reintroduce two of my lovely tandem-teachers: Ms Mittaphone “Mit” Sichampa and Ms Phovang “Noy” Inthavong. “Re-“, because you might already know them as they were amongst the first teachers to join the Read more

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An exceptional encounter: When “muan” and the “Lao-German Cultural Night” join up

“Muan” is a Lao expression that can be translated as “joy”.

It was Friday, 9 November 2018. The sun had just disappeared and a light breeze blew through the bungalow of the three German volunteers Dilara, Nicole, and Patricia. The … Read more

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“Language education and global citizenship” (1) – Reentry shock: an explanation of an underrated phenomenon (L. Malchow)

Editor’s note: “Reentry shock: an explanation of an underrated phenomenon” by Lara Malchow (Team V) is the first research article  in the new series “Language education and global citizenship” edited by I. Martin (University of Education Karlsruhe). It Read more

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Our experiences in Germany – by apprentices Ms Siliphone Arnousavanh and Mr Soksai Aphaiyalath

Our experiences in Germany

Editor’s note: Within the Recruitment and Training Programme of BHS Corrugated with the Lao-German Technical College, the company invited five teachers of the school and also two apprentices to an eight-week training course in Weiherhammer Read more

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How I fell in love with Germany – a training-and-travel report by Ms Moukdala Keomixai

Editors’ note: Within the Recruitment and Training Programme of BHS Corrugated with the Lao-German Technical College, the company invited five teachers of the college and two apprentices to an eight-week training course in Weiherhammer (Bavaria, Germany) in July and Read more

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Festivities on 3 October 2018 in Vientiane: Celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations between Laos and Germany

Back in Laos! (Shirin Ud-Din)

When Prof. Martin and Johannes Zeck asked me in August 2018 if I could imagine visiting Laos for a second time to take care of the handover to team VII, the answer was already … Read more

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