At PRPC, the adult ESL program was operated by the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) and was funded by the U.S. Department of State. Classes for children were operated by World Relief. At the time, they formed the largest ESL program in the world.
The Assistant Teacher (AT) Program
'AT World' was located near the Market. The ATs were English-speaking refugee volunteers who served as classroom translators. One of the ATs, a young artist named Luu Kien Dung, adorned some of the exterior walls with traditional Chinese-style paintings. They quickly became the backdrop for many photos.
'Tricycles' and mango trees - the road connecting Phase I with Phase II
A building water tank was filled once each day - sometimes in the morning, sometimes in the afternoon. People hurried to bathe before it emptied.