I want to share my experience with young people so that they can be successful in their scientific research, as well as in their jobs and life. I think young people should not be scared to really focus on deciding what they like and don’t like. I want to stress that the youth shouldn’t feel hesitant about that. … [Read more...] about Meet Le Viet Quoc, a Vietnamese talent at Google
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The theme of this year awards is the power of digital transformation to attract more IT entries as a contribution to the programme on the country's digital transformation. The awards were first held in 2005 and have continued expanding and developing ever since. Hundreds of outstanding works and talents have been discovered and many have been successfully implemented in the real-life to help with the socio-economic development. In 2020, Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung and the Chairwoman of Vietnam Association for Promoting Education Nguyen Thi Doan continued to authorise Pham Huy Hoan, a standing member of the central executive committee of the Vietnam Association for Promoting Education, to be the head of the awards' organising board. Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) continues to be the co-organiser. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese Talent Awards 2020 launched in Hanoi
Since February, the Ministry of Public Security has been collecting recommendations for a new regulation outlining protecting users’ data in Vietnam. The regulation is planned to include several new sanctions for violations as administrative fines for stealing user data is currently set at around VND50-70 million ($2,150-3,000) – too small to threaten tech giants like Facebook and Google. … [Read more...] about Gripes persist regarding Google’s data collection
And the trend seems to be growing now. In a report from Migration Policy Institute in 2015 by Karl Miller, among 100,000 Vietnamese leaving the country each year, labour migration has a strong increase. Between 2000 and 2010, labour migration had the annual growth rate of 5.5%. On average, about 90,000 Vietnamese now leave Vietnam each year to work on a contract overseas. There were 552,000 migrants from Vietnam that are tertiary-educated in 2011, which meant nearly one-fifth of the total migrants had finished education in college or university, the number must be increasing now when there are more and more students going overseas for their education. Up to now, Vietnamese students can be found in over 50 countries, with 90% paying for their own schooling. Kate Miller also revealed that between 2000 and 2014, enrolment of Vietnamese students in American educational institutions got an impressive growth rate at more than 700% though the U.S. is one of the most expensive destinations, … [Read more...] about Vietnamese talents: Leave or stay?
The study was conducted by Kevin Au, Associate Professor at the Department of Management, as well as directors for both the Centre for Entrepreneurship and the Centre for Family Business at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School. His collaborators included Anna Hsu, his PhD student; Prof. Yingzhao Xiao at Tianjin University; and Prof. Marta Dowejko, Research Assistant Professor of Department of Management at Hong Kong Baptist University's School of Business. … [Read more...] about CUHK Business School Research Finds Individuals With Diverse Skills More Likely to Form Startups and Succeed as Entrepreneurs