1. Entering the tunnel, how do you feel about the experience of the Vietnamese people while going through the obstacles faced in the tunnel? What can you say about this vietnamese people who have lived in the tunnel
I felt quite nervous as it was quite dark and the space is quite small to is ale quite hard to move through the tunnel as walls keep restricting us from moving quickly.The vietnamese people was very calm when they entered the tunnel and they also must be very strong to even build the tunnel
2) Compared to Singapore, what values can we learn from the Vietnamese that could overcome the obstacles?
They are quite resilient and creative to make the tunnel and protect the tunnel from the american.The way they set up their traps and cover the tunnel is very smart.They are resourceful try to salvage as much parts as possible like using tyres to make the shoes rubber and using the mine and bombs to their own use.
3) What are two values which we can learn from the Vietnamese that could be applied to our own lives?
Innovative as it would really help me think creatively when I do my work.Resourcefulness as it would be important in Singapore as we need to reduce,reuse and recycle.Using the most out of everything is important so we do not waste stuff too.
4) Share a photo on Cu Chi Tunnel which resonates with you the most.
The traps they made were scary but at the same cool and smart at the same time