Associate Professor, Dr Hoàng Mạnh An, director at the Military Hospital 103, has successfully transplanted a patient’s pancreas and kidney simultaneously, making it the first such case in Việt Nam. Ninh Hội talks with him about the case and viscera transplant development in the country.
Nguyệt Thu, founder of the Apaixonado (Passion) Quartet, speaks with Bùi Quỳnh Hoa about how she has worked with her son with autism, her devotion to helping children with the illness and launching the first school for autistic children in Việt Nam.
Lê Thị Quỳnh Trang, general director of Multimedia JSC, organised fashion programmes with the hope of transforming the face of Việt Nam’s fashion industry. Trang spoke with Văn Đạt about Việt Nam’s potential in fashion.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Đổi Mới renewal process. These reforms have been possible thanks to concerted efforts by the people of Việt Nam — and of course those living overseas. Bùi Kiến Thành, a naturalised US citizen, who returned to Việt Nam after Đổi Mới began, has spent the last 25 years giving advice to the country’s policy-makers and executives. He spoke with Nguyễn Mỹ Hà about his experiences.
Nguyễn Lâm Thảo Tâm, a 10th grade student from HCM City was chosen from more than 7,000 Vietnamese students to join the Education First’s Youth Leadership Forum in Brazil in August. She speaks to Hà Nguyễn.
Truy Sát (Tracer), the latest film by Cường Ngô (born Ngô Quốc Cường), will hit theatres on April 22. Cường spoke with Minh Thu about the filming process and his desire to put Vietnamese action cinema back in the spotlight.
Nineteen-year-old student Nguyễn Thế Hoàn was one of two gold medallists at the 56th International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) recently held in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He was a member of Việt Nam’s six-member team that helped the country rank fifth among 104 countries and territories. This is the best outcome ever for the Vietnamese team during the past nine years at IMO. Bùi Quỳnh Hoa reports.