National Geographic : 1914 Feb
AT THE COLLEGE OF INTERPRETERS, HA-NOI The French, since their arrival in Tonkin in 1884, have pursued a very liberal educational policy. Primary schools have been established at convenient points, and a college of medicine for natives exists at Ha-noi, as well as the College ofInterpreters, which isdesigned togive natives a thorough training in the French languages. The students are mainly Annamese, but there are also afew Chinese. The collegians live together during their course and it will be observed that at table they follow European customs.