After more than 400 years, Vietnamese people are still passionate about the amazing life of Nguyễn Thị Duệ, the first and only doctoral laureate female mandarin in Việt Nam’s feudal history.
The National Assembly Standing Committee yesterday agreed to delay the implementation of the new National Curriculum for Primary and Secondary Education, as requested by the Ministry of Education and Training.
Việt Nam’s logistics sector is facing with a shortage of high quality human resources and needs co-operation in training among the Government, universities, businesses and associations.
An eight-year-old primary school student in the central province of Quang Nam has died of diphtheria, while six other students aged four to 12 have been infected with the disease in the mountainous Trà Vân commune of Nam Trà My District.
Hanoi University of Culture on Wednesday organised a ceremony to welcome 96 Korean students who will attend a Vietnamese language and culture course at the university.
A European language festival in Hà Nội will allow visitors to learn English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish and learn about the diversity of the continent.
At least four people have been hospitalised and thousands evacuated after ammonia gas (NH3) was found to be leaking at the Vĩnh Lộc gas filling station in HCM City’s Bình Chánh District, HCM City.
The Vietnamese Party and Government always pays attention to overseas Vietnamese, including those living in Thailand, said Vice President Đặng Thị Ngọc Thịnh.
It was raining heavily as Nguyễn Tấn Trường, an 11-year-old fourth grader at the Chu Văn An Primary School in Đồng Nai Province, walked home.
Cil Duin, a 41 year-old man from the K’Ho ethnic community in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng, has become the first of his people to receive a doctorate. Thu Ngân talks with him about his efforts.