A photo exhibition highlighting outstanding economic, social and economic achievements of HCM Ctiy has opened at Lam Sơn Square in District 1.
Hà Nội's government has met its goal for reducing poverty and ensuring social security in 2016-2020, basically ensuring no communes and villages are in extremely poor conditions.
The university admission scores this year increased compared to 2019 as expected with information technology, computer science, international economics, marketing attracting a large number of candidates.
Fifty enterprises were honoured for their treatment of employees in Hà Nội yesterday. Eight of them were awarded with certificates of merit from the Prime Minister.
Preschool teachers in extremely difficult villages, communes, in coastal areas and islands will enjoy an additional allowance of VNĐ450,000 ($20) per month, due to a new decree.
Despite being a war invalid, Lê Văn Ý, commonly known as “Tám Ý”, has overcome difficulties and lent a helping hand to disadvantaged people in the neighbourhood.