Q. What is your research topic?
A. BORDER CARBON ADJUSTMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW: AN APPROACH FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION THROUGH REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS.
Q. Why did you choose the ASCI to study?
A. ASCI is a wonderful program which you can obtain a doctoral degree and devote to your professional career at the same time.
Q. What are the advantages and disadvantages of ASCI to study?
A. Advantages: reputation of Nagoya University, excellent supports from ASCI staffs for accommodation, travelling, logistics. Disadvantages: stressful timeframe, balance of study, work, and life.
Q. What is your greatest achievement during your PhD course?
A. I researched and deepened the knowledge in the area that I chose for my career – International Trade Law with outstanding supervision from my professor – Tomonori Mizushima sensei. Also, my employer recognized my effort and provided significant promotions and awards.
Q. What are your career goals?
A. Contribute to the development of legal education and research in Viet Nam with a strong connection with Japan and Nagoya University.
Q. Please advise PhD students who study in the ASCI program.
A. You should work hard, and even harder since it is really stressful if you would like to finish your program with a good result on time. However, open your heart and make friends with other students and colleagues at Nagoya University when travelling to Japan. It might be an unforgettable journey in your life.
Q. Any additional comment, please.
A. Just want to say that I love ASCI and the time I spent on this program. I am trying my best to contribute to the development of this program in Viet Nam.