The handbooks delivered to students at the Nguyen Duc Canh High School in Thai Binh in the 2015-2016 academic year comprised school regulations. The No 1 regulation says students must not talk nonsense and swear, including swearing in abbreviated form. … [Read more...] about Cursing in school: are teachers giving in to students?
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Speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony, Deputy Minister of Transport Le Dinh Tho hailed the efforts of the Ninh Binh and Thanh Hoa authorities to clear the site for the subproject. The investors of the three components meet the Government’s requirements, the deputy minister said, expecting that they would ensure the progress of the components, safety during execution and also protect the environment. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS NOVEMBER 23 (updated hourly)
Pham Trong Dat, in his school uniform and with the bicycle he rides to school, stands in his front yard in Long An Commune in Dong Nai Province’s Long Thanh District. Photo by Huynh Cong Lap. … [Read more...] about Getting down and clean: Boy hailed for clearing rubbish from sewer mouths
A day in late June, when they were sent to beg at another market in Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Duyen took Tinh’s hand and hopped on to a bus that ran to Dong Nai before getting to another one to get to the house of their grandmother Ry in Xuan Bao Commune. It was the driver and assistant on the first bus who guided them on which bus route they should take. … [Read more...] about Mother of exploitation: own kids tortured, forced to beg
As an adult, Chu Van An opened a teaching school in his hometown. Under the reign of King Tran Minh Tong (1314 - 1329), he was appointed as head of Quoc Tu Giam – the first national school for members of the royal family. Chu Van An directly taught two princes who were later enthroned: Tran Vuong (King Tran Hien Tong) and Tran Hao (King Tran Du Tong). … [Read more...] about Renowned Vietnamese teacher honoured by UNESCO