A photo of Hoi An Town on the website of the contest. The contest is open to amateur and professional photographers of all ages, genders and nationalities. People with disabilities and of ethnic minority groups are encouraged to join the contest. People under 18 should fill in the required form on the website of the contest unesco.vietnamphotocenter.com. … [Read more...] about Photo contest on cultural diversity launched
Slogans on gender equality
Certainly expat men married to local girls have often commented on social media, “My wife does all that.” Dealing with language barriers and the reluctance of local authorities to conduct business directly with foreigners when the language skills are undeveloped, or when staff expect to do business in the “Vietnamese way,” nothing happens without the wife’s or most like another female staff member’s intervention. Another example of we men not being as powerful as we think we are! … [Read more...] about Women and flowers: Happy Vietnamese Women’s Day!
In addition, FPT is operating a number of projects on AI and high-tech education in the province. These initiatives are said to position the group favourably to be selected as the developer of this particular centre, which is planned to be built on a large golden location at the centre of Quy Nhon city. … [Read more...] about SCIC finds 46 million FPT shares unmarketable
Over the past eight years, Vietnam has become the group's largest production location as its total committed investment is up to US$14.2 billion poured into Bac Ninh, Thai Nguyen provinces and Ho Chi Minh City. In addition, more than 30% of Samsung's mobile phones sold worldwide are produced in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Samsung R&D centre hitting stride
In his honour, Colonel Vu Trong Hoan, a former lecturer at the Military History Institute of Vietnam, wrote an article highlighting the late leader’s contributions to Cambodia’s revolution. The article noted that in early 1979, in response to calls for help from the Kampuchean United Front for National Salvation, Vietnamese volunteer soldiers coordinated with the revolutionary armed forces and people of Cambodia to launch a general offensive against the Pol Pot regime to liberate Cambodia from the scourge of genocide and restore power to the people. In this attack, Le Kha Phieu was a member of the Frontline High Command of Military Region 9 and directly ordered the military region’s armed forces and some units from the Cambodian side to fight in the main battlefield in order to liberate southeastern and southern provinces in the country, thus greatly contributing to the victory of the general offensive. All of Cambodia was freed from the genocidal Pol Pot regime in … [Read more...] about Late Party leader Le Kha Phieu’s contributions to Cambodia’s revolution