Category Archives: Science

Returning overseas students apply for study at local schools

Nguyen Canh Han, one of the thousands of students who have returned to Vietnam because of the COVID-19 pandemic, plans to apply for admission to International University, one of the members of Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City (VNUHCM).  

Vietnamese Students’ Association in Australia makes debut

The Vietnamese Students’ Association in Australia made its debut and held its first congress for the 2020-2022 tenure via a teleconference on July 27.   The event was attended by 40 delegates from Vietnamese students’ associations across Australia.   Addressing

Samsung Vietnam-funded hope school to benefit Bac Giang’s needy students

Samsung Electronics Vietnam in conjunction with the  Korea Food for the Hungry International (KFHI) organization of the Republic  of Korea (RoK) and the People’s Committee of Hiep Hoa district in the northern province of Bac Giang on July 27 held

Over 190 Vietnamese citizens brought home from Japan

Relevant agencies of Vietnam, the Vietnamese Embassy inJapan, and the Vietnam Airlines on July 25 coordinated with Japan’s competent agencies to bring home more than 190 Vietnamese citizens from the country.   Passengers on the flight included the elderly, pregnant

US officials: China’s espionage at Houston consulate went over the line

   China’s Houston consulate, which was closed on Friday, has been one of the worst offenders in terms of Chinese espionage in the United States and its actions went well over the line of what was acceptable, senior US officials

Australia-sponsored English course opens for Vietnamese soldiers

The Signal Officers Training College on July 22 opened an English course for military staff and officers, which is sponsored by the Australian Government.   The course, the second of its kind in 2020, is part of a cooperation programme

Book on Vietnam’s sea, island sovereignty released in Japan

A book on Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelagoes has been translated into Japanese by Professor Kazutaka Hashimoto from the Kanto Gakuin University and released in the country.   “Hoang Sa – Truong Sa: Luan cu va

Cargill builds four more schools in Vietnam

Cargill Vietnam has opened its 96th school in Vietnam, which was built with funding sourced from Cargill Cares, in the Central Highlands province of DakLak.   The HoaThuyTien (Daffodil) kindergarten in Dlieya commune in Krong Nang district has four new

Vietnam, New Zealand enhance cooperation in education, agriculture

Vietnam and New Zealand will continue their cooperation in education, including university-to-university programs, advanced online educational models, English courses, and alumni initiatives. Under their Strategic Engagement Plan on Education for the period from 2020 to 2023, which was renewed on

New Zealand helps improve Vietnam’s vocational training

An agreement on enhancing cooperation in the field of vocational education and training and skills development between Vietnam and New Zealand was signed in Hanoi on July 20.   The agreement was signed between Wendy Matthews, New Zealand Ambassador to