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National funding opportunities for Vietnam

Please use this space to discuss any funding opportunities that are available in Vietnam.

http://firststep.vn

https://betado.com

http://www.fundstart.vn/

Thanks a lot, Mike.
Please, our partners from Viet Nam, would you please check out those offers and evaluate them? Could you give us some feedback here about the practicability of these funding opportunities?

Thanks, Harry

Ceterum censeo mutationem climae esse vincendem.

(Incidentally, I think that global warming must be defeated) 

 

Prof. (FH) Mag. Mag. Dr. Harald A. Friedl
Assoc. Professor for Sustainability and Ethics in Tourism
Institute for  Health and Tourism Management
FH JOANNEUM - University of Applied Sciences
Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Straße 24
8344 Bad Gleichenberg, Austria
Phone office +43-316/5453-6725
Phone mobil: +43-699/191.44.250
eMail: harald.friedl@fh-joanneum.at
Web: www.fh-joanneum.at/GMT

 

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Dear Mr. Ware, I am sorry but I absolutely didn't understand your comment. Do you mean that reading those twenty books would help to manage the ruture better? Why? Does former knowledge help to solve future problems? Or should we return to the existentialism of the 20th century remembering that the world is "meaningless" - as we already knew since Nietzsche...
What is your favorite book? And why? How did it help you?
I didn't read all the books af your list but quite some of them. I loved very much Jon Krakauers "Into the Wild", but I am not very sure if the troubles of a young man coming from a typical US-WASH-family looking for loneliness would be very helpful. To be true: I did something similar in my twenties (but instead of going to Alaska, I crossed the Sahara by hitchhiking). My conclusion was the same as Socrates had: Got to the people, ask critical questions, reflect yourself, challenge the positions of the powerful, rich and established people - but look for life, not for death...

Ceterum censeo mutationem climae esse vincendem.

(Incidentally, I think that global warming must be defeated) 

 

Prof. (FH) Mag. Mag. Dr. Harald A. Friedl
Assoc. Professor for Sustainability and Ethics in Tourism
Institute for  Health and Tourism Management
FH JOANNEUM - University of Applied Sciences
Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Straße 24
8344 Bad Gleichenberg, Austria
Phone office +43-316/5453-6725
Phone mobil: +43-699/191.44.250
eMail: harald.friedl@fh-joanneum.at
Web: www.fh-joanneum.at/GMT