The Tourism and Travel Service Management major provides guidance on meeting space preparation

    In order to meet the requirements of quality-oriented programs and meetings, and to enhance professionalism in the work, in the morning of 2/1/2023, the Student Affairs Office collaborated with the Tourism and Travel Management major and the AIE to organize a sharing and guidance session on preparing meeting spaces for support staff working at the university


    The guidance session was attended by:

    • Dr. Nguyen Van Tan - Dean of the AIE;
    • Mr. Phan Van Hai - Head of the Tourism Management and Operations Department;
    • Mr. Vu Duc Cuong - Head of the Tourism Operations and Guiding Department;
    • Mr. Vu Van Tuan - Deputy Head of the Student Affairs Office;

    Along with other faculty members and over 30 support staffs working at LHU.



    At the training session, the support staff were guided and shared various methods for cleaning and arranging tea/coffee cups and saucers, ensuring a pleasant and aesthetically pleasing experience for users. In addition to the cleaning procedures, the respected faculty members also actively shared guidance on preparing the tables, chairs, and overall meeting space


    Since 2021, the strategic partners, businesses, and connected units working with the university have mostly been foreign enterprises and customers. This requires the organization to play a very important role, and the work environment as well as the participating departments must be truly well-organized and professional.


    Through manual, natural, and easy-to-use methods such as lemon, toothpaste, warm water, and vinegar...

    In addition to its role as a cooking ingredient, you can also use vinegar to wash porcelain cups and glassware. You can do it as follows:

    • Pour vinegar into the cup and soak about 15 minutes.
    • Then gently scrub the surface of the cup to remove any long-standing stains.
    • Finally, rinse with warm water.

    The acidity in the vinegar not only helps whiten discolored glassware, but also has the ability to remove any lingering odors from drinks. This method is especially recommended for cups that have been used to drink white wine.

    Salt is an ingredient that is always available in the kitchens of Vietnamese households. In addition to its use as a cooking seasoning, you can also use salt as a way to wash glassware, effectively and environmentally-friendly clean clouded or discolored glasses. You should use rock salt instead of refined salt and proceed as follows:

    • Put a little salt into the discolored glass.
    • Then use a scrub brush or your fingers to rub it in.
    • Finally, rinse with clean water. The usefulness of lemon in cleaning is certainly no stranger to housewives. The citric acid in fresh lemon has excellent cleaning properties, and is often extracted in products like dishwashing liquid. In addition, fresh lemon juice also has the ability to clean any stains or dirt on glassware and effectively deodorize.

    The method of cleaning discolored glassware using lemon is also very simple:

    • Cut the lemon into thin slices.
    • Then rub the slices all over the inner and outer surfaces of the glass.
    • Wait about 10-15 minutes and then rinse with warm water. The old glassware will be sparkling clean again like when it was newly purchased.

    Another completely natural way to clean discolored glassware is to use baking soda. A tablespoon of baking soda mixed with water will help scrub away any stains or grime on the glass. To do this, soak the baking soda in the glass for about 10-15 minutes, then use a soft cloth to scrub it. This powder has the effect of softening and dislodging even stubborn stains very effectively. Finally, rinse with warm water.

    The training session ended at 10:30 AM the same day.


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