A Vietnamese team will compete at the 2011 Asian Men's Volleyball Club Championship to be held July 23-31 in Palembang, Indonesia. They will clash with competitors from China, Japan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and hosts Indonesia during the nine-day contest. … [Read more...] about Vietnam to participate in Asian Men’s Volleyball Club Championship
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The working session between Vietnam’s Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Nguyen Ngoc Thien and China’s Minister of Culture Luo Shugang (Photo provided by the Department of International Cooperation)At the working session, the two Ministers emphasized common awareness of senior leaders of the two countries on strengthening cultural cooperation, promoting exchanges of people of the two countries. They reviewed cooperation and implementation of the cultural cooperation agreement in the 2016-2018 period and highlighted outstanding results in bilateral cooperation. In 2017, leaders of the two ministries paid many working visits. On the occasion of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and President Xi Jinping’s visit to Vietnam, the two sides launched a centre of Chinese culture in Hanoi. Many cultural activities were held on the occasion of visits by senior leaders of the two countries. The two sides coordinated to successfully … [Read more...] about Vietnam and China promote cultural cooperation
After being launched two days ago, an online poll conducted on Tuoi Tre Online (www.tuoitre.vn) has attracted more than 4,600 opinions from readers, most of who said the$150-million2019 Asean Games, or Asiad, should not be hosted in Vietnam. 2,138 respondents voted no for the plan to have the Asia’s largest sporting event organized in Vietnam, while 1,609 readers said Vietnam should only host the Asiad once the national economy can afford it. Meanwhile, 837 readers answered the poll with a yes, saying the Asiad will help promote the image of Vietnam to the world. Yes In commenting on the opinion of Le Buu, former head of the General Department of Sports and Physical Training, who voiced his opposition to the plan, reader Thien Tam said he disagrees with Buu’s argument that Vietnam should not host the event due to its poorly developed sport industry. “Instead, the Asiad will provide an impulse for local athletes to improve their skills, especially in … [Read more...] about Vietnam to host 2019 Asiad: for or against?
The six teams include senior squads of men, women and futsal and three young crews of U-23, U-19 and U-16. The U-23s will be the first ones to take part in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Championship, which will be held from January 9 in China. They are now in the final stages in Kunshan, where the temperature is around 40 degrees Celsius. Facing their big rivals - the Republic of Korea, Australia and Syria — Vietnam has almost no opportunity to win the next round. However, coach Park Hang-seo and his players are very confident and hope to have a breakthrough. Vietnam will start their tourney on January 10 against reigning runners-up Republic of Korea. At the 2016 tournament, Vietnam, under Japanese coach Toshiya Miura, was sent home early after three losses. Coach Miguel Rodrigo and his 20 players are training hard in HCM City to prepare for the AFC Futsal Championship next month. The best national players will travel to Japan for their intensive course later … [Read more...] about Vietnam to compete in six football championships
At meetings last week in Beijing between the top leaders of the Communist Party of Vietnam and China, and high-ranking officials of the two governments--constructive viewpoints on dealing with sea-related issues were put forward. Concerning the East Sea dispute as an extremely sensitive and complicated issue for both Parties and both States, since it is associated with national sovereignty, the two Party chiefs, Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong and Mr. Hua Jintao, confirmed that this issues can completely solved based on the two countriesÃ¢ÂÂ strategy and the two peopleÃ¢ÂÂs interests. The two sides agreed that "the satisfactory settlement of sea-related issues between Vietnam and China is suitable for the basic interests and common aspirations of the two countriesÃ¢ÂÂ people and helpful for regional peace, stability, co-operation and development." Notably, the two sides signed a significant agreement with six basic principles to solve sea-related issues. Specifically, before … [Read more...] about East Sea in Party Chief’s visit to China