Giám đốc Trung tâm Ngôn ngữ – Văn hóa Hanita
Ninh Trung Tân


Culture-Language is said to be the spiritual underpinning of civilization. Along with economic progress, conserving and promoting traditional values is seen as a critical duty for a country. Vietnam has a vast, rich, and diversified cultural history. Vietnamese language has played a significant role in all aspects of social life over the country’s more than 4000-year history of constructing and protecting the country. Furthermore, the mix of indigenous cultural values and selective absorption of world cultural quintessence has given Vietnamese culture a distinct character in its integration.

Vietnam has had amazing growth with a steady high GDP growth rate over the last three decades, ranking among the leaders in growth in Asia in particular and globally in general. Industries, construction, trade and services, tourism, high technology, information technology, and other fields have thrived to keep up with the world’s level and general development trend. Along with this rapid development, the need for economic and cultural contacts between Vietnam and other nations around the world is growing day by day. Vietnam has been chosen as a long-term and expanding investment destination by the majority of the world’s biggest multi-industry economic organizations. More and more foreigners, particularly young ones, are choosing Vietnam as a destination for education, business, and job opportunities. Furthermore, it is impossible to overlook the vast number of Vietnamese expatriates from all over the world who have returned to their homeland to invest and start businesses in order to contribute to the country’s development.

Regardless of how far the contemporary economy and life have gone, the need to create one’s identity and reconnect to one’s origins remains inevitable. In this aspect, Vietnam is hardly an exception. As a result, in addition to safeguarding and fostering national cultural identity, Vietnam actively promotes its image, notably through exposing Vietnamese culture and language to foreign partners, second and third generation in international families, and Vietnamese residing abroad.

As a result, Hanita Language and Culture Center was established with a clear direction, stable financial potential, a team of eager experts, and especially with the participation of researchers and lecturers. With the purpose of enabling learners not only become fluent in the language but also comprehend the culture, courses at our center are designed to be vibrant and flexible to fit the increasingly diverse demands of each group of students. Along with online and face-to-face classes, the program also incorporates field trips, community activities, internships, and Vietnamese Club to allow students to not only practice Vietnamese with native speakers, but also to immerse themselves in the Vietnamese people’s and country’s way of life.

The Hanita Language and Culture Centre has a team of lecturers who have master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City, and are currently working in faculties such as Vietnamese Studies, Linguistics, Korean Studies, English Literature. Hanita’s lecturers have not only over 20 years of experience teaching Vietnamese to foreigners at national universities such as University of Social Sciences and Humanities and Ton Duc Thang University, but also many years of experience teaching Vietnamese language and culture at high-ranked Korean and Japanese universities such Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS), Busan University of Foreign Studies (BUFS), and Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) and at Samsung, Lotte, Emart corporations. With the objective of becoming one of the leading centres for Vietnamese language instruction and cultural promotion in Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam, our centre always cares about the demands of learners, as well as constantly updates and innovates our teaching materials and techniques. This is an essential option for foreigners who want to study Vietnamese and learn about Vietnamese culture, people, and nation.


For learners: We provide a variety of engaging, practical language-cultural training programs to help students acquire concepts quickly and efficiently.

For enterprises and international schools: we provide language-cultural training programs tailored to the demands of each business to fulfill the needs of students who choose Vietnamese as a second language, as well as international employees and professionals working in Vietnam.


    • Foreigners with interest in the Vietnamese language and culture.
    • Experts from other countries who work in Vietnam-related fields.
    • Multicultural households (Vietnamese-Korean, Vietnamese-Japanese).
    • Vietnamese expatriates.