Cities Draw up Scenarios for Safe School Reopening

Cities Draw up Scenarios for Safe School Reopening

Sixth, ninth, 10th and 12th graders in “green zones” in Hanoi will return to school under a scenario sketched out by the municipal Department of Education and Training.
Young Vietnamese in Top 50 Global Students

Young Vietnamese in Top 50 Global Students

Dong Ngoc Ha, a first-year student studying giology class at the University of Science, has been named in the top 50 of the Global Student Prize 2021.
Millions of Hanoi Students Unprecedentedly Attend Online New School Year Opening Ceremony At Home

Millions of Hanoi Students Unprecedentedly Attend Online New School Year Opening Ceremony At Home

A specially unprecedented online opening ceremony of the 2021-2022 new school year for students in Hanoi was held in Trung Vuong Secondary School in Hoan Kiem district on September 5 morning, and broadcast live on the Hanoi Radio and Television.
Vietnamese students win medals at Int’l informatics Olympiad 2021

Vietnamese students win medals at Int’l informatics Olympiad 2021

All four Vietnamese students competing at International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) 2021 won silver medals.
Sixth Vietnam Day in Moscow State Institute of International Relations

Sixth Vietnam Day in Moscow State Institute of International Relations

The sixth “Vietnam Day” programme was recently held in Moscow State Institute of International Relations, showcasing Vietnamese culture and food to Russian friends on the eve of the 46th anniversary of the National Reunification Day (April 30).
Vietnamese students turn bagasse into decomposition medical masks

Vietnamese students turn bagasse into decomposition medical masks

One kilogram of raw bagasse can be used to make 5 three-layer masks that can protect users from dust and UV rays thanks to added chitin and nano-silver layers.
Young Asian Chess Cup champion wins VND 3.3 billion scholarship

Young Asian Chess Cup champion wins VND 3.3 billion scholarship

With impressive study results, young Asian Chess champion 2019 Nghiem Thao Tam, 18, won a scholarship of VND 3.3 billion (nearly $170,000) to study computer science at a domestic university.
Memorable experience of Vietnamese tourists in the deepest lake of the world

Memorable experience of Vietnamese tourists in the deepest lake of the world

Vietnamese tourists have experienced unforgettable memories when visiting Lake Baikal, the deepest one in its kind of the world.
First Vietnamese candidate earning a high award at American Mathematics Olympiads

First Vietnamese candidate earning a high award at American Mathematics Olympiads

Passing 370 contestants from 10 countries, Doan Van Hieu, a third-year student at the University of Information Technology, won the third prize in the International Microelectronics Olympiad (AMO).
Vietnam's image broadly delivered to international friends on social networks in 2020

Vietnam's image broadly delivered to international friends on social networks in 2020

Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union's Central Committee held an online briefing with the Vietnamese Student Association, the Vietnam Youth and Student Association, and the abroad Civil Affairs Committee of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union in 2021.
6th grader gains unexpected success with his self-developed website

6th grader gains unexpected success with his self-developed website

A boy in the 6th grade launched a free website with a homework search engine in 2013, which then gains great success.
Covid-19 pandemic hampers Vietnamese students’ studying abroad

Covid-19 pandemic hampers Vietnamese students’ studying abroad

The Covid-19 epidemic has hindered the journey of studying abroad of many Vietnamese students. Although studying online from Vietnam, they still have to pay for tuition like attending offline classes in overseas schools.
Vietnamese students join battle against Covid-19 pandemic

Vietnamese students join battle against Covid-19 pandemic

In the situation of increasing coronavirus cases in Hai Duong Province, Vietnam's authorities have enlisted university students to battle against Covid-19 pandemic.
Vietnamese students earn 20 medals at International Olympiad Contest

Vietnamese students earn 20 medals at International Olympiad Contest

20 out of 24 Vietnamese students sitting for the online 17 International Mathematics and Science Olympiad 2021 (IMSO) won medals, including two golds.
Students winning international Olympic awarded Labor Medals

Students winning international Olympic awarded Labor Medals

12 students who won gold and silver medals at international Olympics competitions in 2020 were awarded Labor Medals. Many students received certificates of merit from the Prime Minister and the Minister of Education and Training.
Virtual waiting room app initiated by Vietnamese students named among top start-up idea

Virtual waiting room app initiated by Vietnamese students named among top start-up idea

A team of students from Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Sciences initiated a virtual waiting room application named QQueue providing a free mobile queue management system, reduce waiting time for patients, and limits gatherings in the public spaces.
20 Vietnamese students in South Korea test positive for COVID-19

20 Vietnamese students in South Korea test positive for COVID-19

The mass infection occurred at Ajou Motor College in Boryeong, a South Chungcheong Province city about 200 kilometers south of Seoul.
Vietnamese student gains scholarship of top Australian university

Vietnamese student gains scholarship of top Australian university

Two years after achieving the perfect score of 36/36 in ACT (American College Testing), Vu Anh Thai, 18, Hanoi-based, wins a scholarship worth 40,000 AUD (US$29,447) from the University of Sydney, Australia.
ILO Career Guidance Package and Mobile Phone Application debuts

ILO Career Guidance Package and Mobile Phone Application debuts

The International Labour Organization (ILO) has officially launched the Career Guidance Package and Mobile Phone Application for Vietnamese students aged 14-19, named “ILO-Huong nghiep” which aims to improve the access of more young people to the career guidance package in order to make right career choice.
More Vallet scholarships granted to Vietnamese disadvantaged students

More Vallet scholarships granted to Vietnamese disadvantaged students

Since 2001, more than 42,000 Vallet scholarships have so far been presented to Vietnamese students with a total value of nearly VND 250 billion (USD 10.7 million). The scholarship is named after a famous French Prof. Odon Vallet which is presented to the students with excellent academic results.
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The Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage, was built under Joeson Dynasty, is one of the most famous attractions and important historic site in Korea.
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Beets by Tu Anh: Vietnamese Expat Grows Giant Produce in Australia

A Vietnamese woman living in Australia plants large size fruits and vegetables in her 1,000 sq.m garden. The fruits and vegetables are a source of nutritious food for her family and also help bring her family members closer.
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