Prof. Raymond Gordon, rector of BUV, emphasised that, “BUV is very proud to receive the support of the British Ambassador and to receiving a scholarship with such great value. This is a testament to the quality of BUV's education, with the outstanding academic campus which accurately reproduces the British learning environment in Vietnam. The full scholarships will give opportunities for young Vietnamese students to access quality British education and modern facilities, thereby creating a future that promises success for every student, family, and the country.” … [Read more...] about BUV kicks off $1.74 million scholarship fund
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Hun Sen had already expressed scepticism about the risks posed by the virus and offered to go personally to the Chinese city of Wuhan - the centre of the outbreak - to tell frightened Cambodians living there that they must stay put for the sake of relations with China, a vital ally for his country. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: How did Cambodia’s cruise ship welcome go wrong?
No place for black credit in HCM City Lieutenant General Le Dong Phong, Director of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Policy, speaks to Thanh Niên (Young People) newspaper on his agency’s commitment to tackle ‘black credit’ in the city. … [Read more...] about 99 years in prison granted to black credit gang in Thanh Hoa
According to Trần Văn Dũng, chairman of the State Securities Commission, there were 573 listed bonds with total value of VNĐ1.12 quadrillion in 2018, up 10.4 per cent year-on-year. Of the figure, the value of G-bonds accounted for 98 per cent of the total while the remainder were corporate bonds. — VNS … [Read more...] about Government raises $3.65 billion from G-bonds in first months of 2019
"I was in Africa dealing with the Ebola outbreak. I was in other countries dealing with the cholera outbreak. I was in China in 2003 to deal with SARS... I never had a fear of getting infection myself," he said in the video in English and Japanese. … [Read more...] about Two former Japan cruise ship passengers die: media