You're Not One Only One

Sonny V.

Caution : These answers are from the perspective of a school in Vietnam

1. What years did you go to middle school mom?

I went from 1990-1992.

2. What kinds of music, movies, and fashions were popular at the time?

Music: Traditional Songs

Movies: South Vietnam being liberated

Fashions: Long dresses and long pants

Cat Bui & Tinh Xa ~Tran Manh Tuan Saxophone -Trinh Cong Son.mov
Maya Lin :: Vietnam Veterans Memorial
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3. What were your favorite activities in middle school? What were your hobbies and interests?

Favorite Activities: Arts and crafts were my favorite.

Hobbies & Interests: My hobbies and interests were cooking, sowing, and studying.

4. What job/interests/activities do you have now? Is there a connection between what you like back then and what you enjoy today?

Now I cook, sow, and do art.

Yes, there is a connection between now and then because when I was in middle school these thing made me feel comfortable so they still do the job now.

5. What was the best part about being in middle school?

The best part about school was listening to the history teacher.

6. What was the worst part?

The worst part was having to go to school on hot days since the fashion was long dresses and pants.
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7. How would you describe your middle school self? Example: shy, funny.

I would describe my middle school self as friendly, happy, and social.

8. What advice about growing up would you give to kids my age?

My advice is to listen to your parents they know best because they probably went through the same things your age.
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9. What grades were in your school?

It wasn't just 7th and 8th grade it was from 6th-9th.

10. How many students were in your middle school?

There was 1000 total in my school.