Lai Son island commune in Kien Hai District, the Mekong River Delta Province of Kien Giang, is home to many beautiful landscapes and typical cultural identities of sea and island areas. Since being provided with electricity and gaining recognition as a local tourist area, the lives of the locals in Lai Son have been changing rapidly. The commune’s economic situation has improved, especially with the impressive development of tourism bringing more and more visitors. The power transmission lines, crossing the sea to the island commune. The medium-low-voltage grid on the island is expanded. Bich Thuy, a teacher from Lai Son Primary School, is teaching a poor student. The traditional trade of locals in Lai Son. The commune possesses the pristine landscapes. Kim Manh Nhan Dan … [Read more...] about Lai Son island commune – a new destination in Kien Giang
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The fact that leaders and officers of the HCM City Education and Training Department receive remuneration for compiling textbooks has caused a stir among the public. In a document from the Ministry of Education and Trianing (MOET) to the local press, the ministry affirmed that in order to ensure fairness, publicity and transparency in choosing textbooks, the ministry has drafted a circular (which has been published on its website for public opinions) which stipulates that those who compile and inspect textbooks will not be allowed to become members of councils which have the right to choose textbooks for use. The fact that the Vietnam Education Publishing House and the HCM City Education and Training Department are joining hands to compile textbooks is the responsibility of involved parties and they need to explain this to MOET. Meanwhile, at the workshop on renovating the general education program held by the Vietnam Education Publishing House recently, director of the HCM … [Read more...] about Is Education Ministry allowing HCM City to compile textbooks?
The corporation started work on fifteen 110kV grid projects and completed nine, including 67km of power transmission line. Photo for illustration It also put into operation 137 distribution networks, including 391km of new medium voltage transmission line and 1,953km of low voltage transmission line. As of July 8, the EVNSPC had signed contracts to buy power from 4,071 clients who installed solar panels on rooftops. In June, the company sold over 6.26 billion kWh of commercial electricity, up 30.6 percent compared to the previous month and 9.7 percent against the same period last year. In the first half of the year, the total commercial electricity of the corporation surpassed 35.5 billion kWh, a year-on-year rise of 10.47 percent, fulfilling 48.45 percent of the annual set target. According to the corporation, from now to the year’s end, it will continue putting into operation more 110kW transformer stations, improving the quality of electricity supply, and … [Read more...] about Hundreds of electricity networks built in Southern region in six months
At the meeting between NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan and Belarusian Prime Minister Sergey Nikolayevich Rumas. National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan met with Belarusian Prime Minister Sergey Nikolayevich Rumas on December 13 as part of her ongoing official visit to the European country. During the meeting, the top Vietnamese legislator extended the best regards and invitation from Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to the Belarusian PM to make an official visit to Vietnam in the near future. She told her host that Vietnam always places great importance to time-honoured friendship and all-around cooperation with Belarus. She thanked Belarusian people for their valuable support for Vietnam in the past national liberation and reunification, as well as the current construction and development. The two nations should further cooperate in such potential fields as farm produce processing, agricultural machines, and automobile assembly and production, assuring … [Read more...] about Vietnam regarded as strategic partner of Belarus in Southeast Asia
According to Pham Dang Khoa, deputy director of Vietinbank’s Card Centre, the biggest problem for banks when it comes to replacing magnetic strip cards is the cost. Banks have to pay for the new cards and invest in devices that accept them, such as ATMs and POS machines. Meanwhile, most customers are not willing to pay to switch. With more than eight million existing customers using magnetic strip cards, Khoa estimated his bank will have to spend a large sum as the cost of producing a chip card is roughly eight to ten times higher than magnetic strip cards. To encourage customers to use chip cards, Khoa said VietinBank would help customers replace their old cards due to the advantages of the new ones. According to Khoa, the information contained in the chips was encrypted and only the issuing bank could read the data on it. Thus, they reduce the risk of information being stolen and counterfeits. There have been no issues regarding security with the new cards, which shows how … [Read more...] about Banks issues more chip cards for security