VietNamNet Bridge - A lot of special-use forests in Vietnam have been eliminated to give place to business projects. The movement of "sacrificing forests for economic development," surprisingly, has been applauded by management ministries and local authorities. … [Read more...] about Special-use forests in Vietnam getting poorer
The Na Hang primeval forest in Tuyen Quang province has been seriously destroyed by illegal lumberjacks. However, instead of suggesting the solutions to protect the forest, the head of the Na Hang district’s forest ranger unit said that the deforestation proves to be unavoidable. The prime forest ruined The Na Hang special-use forest, the land of many kinds of rare and precious trees which are hundreds of years old, have been in serious danger. A local resident said that people and local authorities have been powerless amid the deforestation. Illegal lumberjacks would be ready to “punish” those people who intend to make intervention into their works. The man who led reporters to the forest, also advised the reporters to hide cameras and relating documents. “If they discover that you are journalists, they would cut your throat,” he said. Here in the forest areas in Khau Tinh, Da Vi and Son Phu communes, one would see the forests in devastation. The big … [Read more...] about Na Hang special-use forest unavoidable of illegal lumberjacks?
A lot of universities have been found in exploiting the mode of training to seek money, by imposing sky high fees on the students who get low marks from university entrance exams. The ad pieces available on Dao Vu Company's website. Providing training services to orders is defined as the training in accordance with the agreements inked between universities and employers. The students who finish the training courses will get bachelor degrees, to be granted by the universities and work for the companies which sent students to the training courses. However, in many cases, this is just a method for universities to collect money from students, for enrolment companies to earn brokerage fees, and for incapable students to get bachelor degrees like other normal students of the schools. The enrolment companies The ad pieces about enrolling students who register to study at universities as their second choice (the students who fail the exams to enter the registered universities, can … [Read more...] about Special training mode allows incapable students to get university degrees?
(Cinet)- On the morning of December 06, in a head-office of the MOCST, Deputy Minister Vuong Duy Bien had a greeting day with Mr.Wilfried Lemke, the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport. At the greeting day, Mr.Wilfried Lemke considers sports as a tool to enhance some affords to reduce poverty and promote a peace in a globe. Wilfried Lemke said that sports have open the new way for the disable and a solidarity in a society. In Vietnam, the UN has paid attention to develop football, especially for the disable and the poor children. The UN has invested Project “Community football in Vietnam” into Vietnam. He expected to continue to receive more supports from Vietnam’s Government. Deputy Minister Vuong Duy Bien affirmed that Vietnam has built and developed sports to increase more health for people, contributing to enhance more labour in the industrialization and modernization “In a function and task, the MOCST entrusts some … [Read more...] about Deputy Minister Vuong Duy Bien greets the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc (R) welcomes Special Adviser Sonoura Kentaro of the PM of Japan at the Government Office in Ha Noi on December 11, 2017. Photo: VGP He said Viet Nam considers the success of Japanese enterprises in the country as its own. Highlighting the Viet Nam – Japan strategic partnership based on mutual trust, the Vietnamese Government chief hailed smooth cooperation between the two countries’ state agencies and sectors in implementing agreements sealed by their high-ranking leaders.PM Phuc expected to boost the ties to new heights for peace, stability, cooperation and development in the Asia-Pacific.He also lauded Japan’s efforts in promoting the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, which is now renamed as the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).For his part, Sonoura Kentaro congratulated Vie Nam on successfully hosting the APEC Year 2017 and conveyed Japanese PM Shinzo Abe’s … [Read more...] about PM receives Special Adiver to Japanese PM