Cultural differences are also a concern for each international student. From studying, to living time, traffic, behavior culture to food are completely different.|Having studied in advanced educational institutions such as the United States, Germany, and Japan, many international students have been amazed at the way they learn and test their knowledge in these countries. If in Vietnam, education is always a hot issue and many inadequacies, on the contrary, advanced countries have perfected educational programs with the most modern learning models. Many Vietnamese young people are used to the “reading” and “recording” way of learning, and have no critical skills, so they have encountered many difficulties in the process of getting used to the new learning environment.|Tran Ngoc Anh (an international student in Japan) said: “Learning Japanese from books is already a great difficulty for me, but when applied to communication, it is even more difficult, many words I have to ask my classmates. Only those who have studied abroad for a long time will understand. In addition, studying for real, taking real exams is also a great pressure, you have to work hard to expect to graduate with good results.”|Ngoc Anh (far right) with other Japanese international students|In addition, the daily meals are also major differences that all international students have to face, especially those studying in countries with distinctive cuisines that are completely different from Vietnam.