Speaking at the launching ceremony, Jay Chen, vice president of Huawei Asia Pacific Region, said: "Talent is so important for the growth and development of any industry and the rapidly growing ICT industry has greatly changed business models and customer requirements. As a result, across the ICT ecosystem there is an urgent need for large numbers of technical staff who can address the challenges posed by this transformation.” … [Read more...] about VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES DECEMBER 2
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Huynh Minh Hai instructs his students how to assemble circuit boards during a practice session at Marie Curie High School in District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Photo: Quoc Linh / Tuoi Tre During one typical practice session, Hai gave theoretical instructions before dividing the class into groups of four students and having the groups practice assembling circuits on their own. … [Read more...] about In Vietnam, creative teachers give students jolt to spark thinking, improve learning
I think it's important to talk about two types of plastic - single- and multi-use. The Vietnamese are, generally, exceptional retainers and re-users of multi-use plastics. People, obviously, don't want to waste money and can be ingenious at finding ways to extend the life of plastic goods. However, the real problem lies with single-use plastic (eg. drinking straws, carrier bags, and food containers). As most people are now aware, environmental issues are the key problem, but separate from those concerns, I've often wondered why Vietnamese feel the need to use bags upon bags upon bags? Why are straws put into every single drink? It all just seems so unnecessary to me. … [Read more...] about How much plastic is being used in Vietnam?
In their reports, delegates at the seminar affirmed comrade Le Duc Anh was an unyielding communist, an excellent strategic advisor, righteous general, and a wonderful example of the bright virtues of an Uncle Ho's soldier. As the Chief of Staff of the Saigon - Cho Lon Command, comrade Le Duc Anh made great contributions to promoting the guerrilla warfare in key areas. From 1969 to 1973, the then Military Region 9’s Commander comrade Le Duc Anh stood side by side with troops and people in the Mekong Delta region to protect liberated areas, contributing to creating a springboard to gain the final victory in the 1975 Spring General Offensive and Uprising. … [Read more...] about Seminar highlights contributions of General Le Duc Anh
The project, funded by the Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement under the U.S. Department of State, and the government of Japan, aims to survey traces of wartime cluster bombs across Quang Binh to ensure safe clearance procedures, clean up bombs, mines and other ordnances to reduce the risk of casualties and support local communities affected by the war, and implement a database information system for mine clearance and analysis at provincial level. … [Read more...] about Central Vietnam province pledged over $6 mln for mine clearance