Nguyễn Hữu Kim Sơn is a successful young swimmer. He did very well in the SEA Games this year.
I am in deep dudgeon and could not hold back tear after seeing the image of a 10-year-old boy in Hà Nội’s Cầu Giấy District covering with serious injuries released earlier this month.
The Australian Government, through its Aus4Vietnam investment – Aus4Skills, on December 14 launched the pilot Logistics Industry Reference Council to promote industry linkages with vocational education and training in partnership with its Vietnamese counterpart.
Education and investment in human resources (HR) are the driving force for economic development, HR experts and educators from Việt Nam and the Republic of Korea (RoK) agreed at the Global HR Forum held in Hà Nội on December 14.
Ten years after it came into effect, Việt Nam’s mandatory helmet law still struggles to address quality issues and raise motorbike riders’ awareness of the need for safe helmets.
A school in Phú Thọ Province last week asked its 10th graders a question in their first semester literature exam that has bemused me, though I was done with high school almost a decade ago.
Nearly 65,000 kindergarten and primary school students throughout the country have been taught about proper nutrition and physical activities through a programme undertaken by the Việt Nam Red Cross Society and FrieslandCampina Việt Nam.
The second phase of a project on enhancing the capacity of the Việt Nam Red Cross (VNRC) was launched at a ceremony here today.
Many schools in HCM City fall short of fire safety standards, putting thousands of lives at risk, according to the city’s Department of Fire Fighting and Prevention.
Huỳnh Hữu Cảnh and his cousin were digging up an iron object one day when a bomb left over from the war exploded, killing his cousin and leaving Cảnh, then in the fourth grade, blind.