By now you have probably seen the recent news article about China train class with a Vietnam coach class instructor.
The news story has made it into the Chinese language, and the blogosphere has been abuzz with discussion on the topic.
I have no intention to do so here, because I have read and heard that this article was a hoax.
However, if you want to learn about a topic that is still taboo, here is a quick look at the facts.
First, there is a rumor circulating that there is an authentic Chinese training class available for quickbooks training.
However I am not aware of this.
However this article has a different tone than the other reports, which are all based on rumors.
This article in Chinese has a subtitle, “A Chinese train instructor teaches Quickbooks train classes.”
This article is not authentic and has been fabricated by an unknown person.
The article states that the train instructor is Wang Zhijun, a former president of China, and is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
This is a lie.
Wang Zhiyun has not been a leader of China in any way.
He has not held any public office.
He is not a candidate for the Communist Party of China.
There is no evidence that he is involved in any political activity.
Wang Zhiyun is not even in Vietnam, although the Vietnamese press has reported that he had a meeting with a Vietnamese official in October.
The fact that he has not visited Vietnam since October is a farce.
A Chinese training instructor does not go to Vietnam for training.
The train instructor has not trained with Vietnam.
There are other people who are also certified instructors in Vietnam who have visited Vietnam.
I know this because I was able to speak with these instructors.
These are the only instructors who are officially authorized to train with Vietnamese coaches in Vietnam.
When I was in Vietnam I had the opportunity to meet these people.
The Vietnamese training instructors do not go for training, as I was not aware that this was the case.
I am the only person who was able for me to meet them.
I was told that the Vietnamese training instructor in Vietnam is not allowed to come to the United States, because he is not in charge of the training.
I do not know why this is the case, but it is clear that Wang Zhis is not an official Chinese train class instructor for the Quickbooks Quickbook training programs.
I did not receive any training from the Vietnamese coaches.
However in October 2017 I was informed that the Vietnam coaches were authorized to teach their train classes at my facility in Ho Chien.
There was also a time when I had training from these Vietnamese coaches who were authorized.
In May 2018 I was allowed to meet the Vietnamese coach and train at my training facility.
I received the training and was able test the trainers’ competencies.
There were two Vietnamese coaches and two Chinese coaches who I met during the two years I was a Quickbooks employee.
The first coach, Wang Zhizheng, was a former director of the Vietnam Olympic Team.
He was a strong runner, and he has won numerous races.
He taught me the basic movements of running, and I also learned the basic moves of swimming, cycling, and boxing.
I also gained a better understanding of the Chinese coaching method.
I believe that the Chinese training method has been around for many years and is a tradition that has been developed over many years by the Vietnamese people.
Wang Zhangang, another Vietnamese coach, is also a former coach and is one of the top instructors of the Vietnamese Olympic team.
He trained with me in Ho Chang An, and we discussed various aspects of the way Chinese coaches run and train.
I feel that Wang Zhang is the only Vietnamese coach that has ever been certified by Quickbooks, and that his training has been well received by Vietnamese coaches, especially by the athletes.
I could tell you about all the Vietnamese coaching methods that have been developed in Vietnam over the years, but the information that I am about to share is very brief and is not meant to be taken as fact.
However my story is not unique.
There have been other coaches that have visited and trained with the Vietnamese and that have also trained with Quickbooks.
One of the coaches that I had been to meet was Luan Lien, the former head of the American Cross Country Association (ACAA) in Vietnam and the current president of the ACAA.
Luan was a very well-known coach in Vietnam as well.
I would like to thank Luan for teaching me a few things about the Chinese teaching method that I would not have known otherwise.
I had also met Luan when I was working with the ACSA.
When you talk to coaches from China, the Chinese coaches are often the most knowledgeable people and the most efficient ones.
I saw a lot of Chinese coaches in my training.
They were very helpful in my preparation and in my