In a parallel direction to his artistic life, he taught at the :
- Secondary School of Phu-Xuân in Huê (1938-1939)
- Applied-Arts School of Hanoï (1952-1954)
- Fine-Arts School of Gia-Đinh (1954-1964)
- Marie-Curie and Regina Mundi High-Schools of Saïgon (1964-1972)
Some of his students became confirmed artists, figures of the contemporary Vietnamese Painting and among them, a few settled and have worked abroad since then.