“Face masks made from toilet paper found in Hanoi”

Market officials inspect mask production at Viet Han Company Ltd in Thuong Tin District, Hanoi on February 13, 2020. Photo by VnExpress/Chien Son.

Why am I not surprised? Here’s the latest example of cheating, this time in the midst of the coronavirus crisis. (Thu gần 100.000 chiếc khẩu trang làm từ giấy vệ sinh) I’m pleased to see that the government is cracking down on this type of unethical and illegal behavior. Their punishment should be to close the business because it violated the terms of its license (it’s registered as a printer and napkin manufacturer not a medical equipment producer), pay a hefty fine, and serve some time in prison and/or do community service related to healthcare. It’s a classic example of Success without integrity is failure – with success defined as profit – that I’ve written and spoken so much about in the education industry.

Shalom (שלום), MAA