A human-factors expert will join the investigation of the fatal crash of Virgin Galactic's passenger spacecraft to study why the co-pilot prematurely unlocked a pivoting tail section of the ship during a test flight, the National Transportation Safety Board chairman said on Monday. … [Read more...] about Pilot actions examined in U.S. crash of Virgin Galactic spacecraft
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(VEN) - Pausing his thriving businesses, Tran Van Kieu decided to study waste treatment. After two years of hard work he has launched a cheaper and efficient domestically produced integrated waste treatment system. In the cool weather of a late autumn day, we moved along Highway 18 to Xuan Tien Commune, Xuan Truong District, Nam Dinh Province to meet Tran Van Kieu and found him at the landfill in Xuan Tien guiding technicians to install a garbage treatment system. Born and raised in the mechanical commune of Xuan Tien, Tran Van Kieu was familiar to hammer and anvil and he told himself to grow rich from the traditional occupation. In 2001, he graduated from Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Faculty of Information Technology) and assumed the position of Director of Information Technology at the Southeast Asia Scientific Research Institutute. In 2009, he decided to return home and established the Tan Thien Phu Co., Ltd. As his company thrived on production of machinery used … [Read more...] about Tran Van Kieu, a creative engineer
Government struggles to lure overseas Vietnamese talent back home; experts say it may take years Nobel laureates attend an international physics conference in the central town of Quy Nhon this week. On the sidelines of the conference, there was a debate about how to lure back overseas Vietnamese talent. There was consensus that if Vietnam is serious about doing so and reforming the science sector, the most important issue would not be money but the political willingness to create favorable conditions for the academics. Photo by Dao Ngoc Thach After the Vietnam War ended in 1975, Jean Nguyen and her family moved to the US, where she then graduated at the top of her class at West Point, America's premier military academy, ten years later. US President Ronald Reagan called her an "American hero." Nguyen's story, and the story of US-Vietnam relations, came full circle that day. West Point was a driver of the killing of millions of Vietnamese and a million more Laotians and … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s not got talent?
U.S. newspaper confirms "Spratlys and Paracels belong to Vietnam" VietNamNet Bridge – The American Journal “Christian Science Monitor” recently published an article on the collection of maps proving Vietnam’s sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly Islands of a Vietnamese American, Mr. Tran Dinh Thang. The East Sea disputes Mr. Tran Dinh Thang. This is the first article in the U.S. that has the statement "Paracel and Spratly Islands belong to Vietnam" though it was personally made by Thang.Thang has collected 150 maps and three Chinese ancient atlases, which indicate that the Paracels and the Spratlys were never a part of China.Below is the article of Mai Ngoc Chau, who is studying M.A of Journalism in Boston about Thang. Obligation to keep the country In 1995 Tran Dinh Thang invited Prof. Tran Van Khe, an expert on traditional Vietnamese music to give a talk at the University of Connecticut (UConn). That summer, the distinguished professor, who taught … [Read more...] about U.S. newspaper confirms “Spratlys and Paracels belong to Vietnam”
VietNamNet Bridge - The Paracel (Hoang Sa) and the Spratly (Truong Sa) Islands are two archipelagos offshore Vietnam. The closest point of the Paracel Islands is 120 nautical miles east of the central city of Da Nang and Ré Island, a coastal island of Vietnam. Meanwhile, the closest point of the Spratly Islands is about 250 nautical miles to the east of Cam Ranh Bay, Nha Trang city, Khanh Hoa province. VN condemns Chinese intrusion In the old days, with vague information about the Paracel and the Spratly Islands, navigators only knew about a large area in the middle of the sea with submerged cays, which was very dangerous for watercrafts, referred to as “Bien Dong (East Sea) by Vietnamese. Ancient Vietnamese documents indicate this area with various names, including “Bai Cat Vang” (Golden Sandbank), “Hoang Sa” (Golden Sand), “Van Ly Hoang Sa” (Ten-Thousand-Li  Golden Sand), “Dai Truong Sa” (Grand Long Sand), or “Van Ly Truong Sa” (Ten-Thousand-Li Long Sand). Most of the nautical … [Read more...] about Historical documents on Vietnam’s sovereignty over Paracel and Spratly islands