With love for teaching and a desire to help others, Hà Thị Hằng has helped all ethnic students of a school in the northern mountain province of Hòa Bình’s Mai Châu District escape illiteracy.
An English book written by 11 young writers from grades 7 to 12 at the Vinschool Education System was released officially to the public and readers nationwide at the Hanoi Book Street on October 12.
Themed ‘Longing for a Family’, the exhibition is carried out by the Vietnamese Women’s Museum and Vietnamese Women’s Union (VWU).
It was a Sunday morning at Hương Lan Pagoda in Đông Sơn Commune, about 25km to the southwest of Hà Nội. The students at the special weekend class sat in a small converted classroom in the pagoda. It was usually used as a lobby but the head monk decided it would be a a comfortable place for children to study.
One of Việt Nam’s top saxophonists is Trần Mạnh Tuấn. Now, his daughter, An Trần, has also become a saxophonist. She has just released her first music video.
Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân attended a ceremony in the Mekong Delta city of Cần Thơ on Friday for a project to upgrade the Lộ Vòng Cung (Arc Road) historical relic site in Mỹ Khánh Commune, Phong Điền District.