Do My Linh, Miss Vietnam 2016, appeared graceful whilst wearing a unique Ao Dai with red floral embroidery featured throughout. H’Hen Nie appears fabulous whilst in a yellow Ao dai. She accessorised her outfit with pearl earrings and a colourful cloth bag. Thuy Dung, second runner-up of Miss Vietnam 2016, joined the event in a white silk Ao dai featuring yellow flowers. Ha Kieu Anh, Miss Vietnam 1992, chose to wear a black dress with white flowers and pearls to the event. Transgender beauty Huong Giang takes a photo alongside Vietnamese designer Adrian Anh Tuan (first from right) and his boyfriend. A group consisting of H’Hen Nie, Thuy Dung, My Linh, and Diem Trang pose together for a photo. Diem Trang, the second runner-up of Miss Vietnam 2014, was also a special guest in attendance at the fashion show. Movie star and producer Ngo Thanh Van was at the event to support her best friend, designer Thuy Nguyen. Singer Hong Nhung‘s stylish makeup perfectly matched her … [Read more...] about Vietnamese beauties shine at Thuy Nguyen’s Ao dai fashion show
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“Day con trong hoang mang” (Teaching Children in Anxiety) by Le Nguyen Phuong is honoured in the education category. (Photo: vietnamnet.vn) HCM City (VNA) – Fourteen winners of the annual Good Books Awards were announced at a ceremony held by the Institute of Education (IRED), Phan Chau Trinh Fund and OpenEdu Initiative in Ho Chi Minh City on September 10. “Day con trong hoang mang” (Teaching Children in Anxiety) by Le Nguyen Phuong, and “Day con thanh cong hon ca me ho” (Beyond the Tiger Mom) by Maya Thiagarajan and translated by Huyen Trang and Thuy Tien were honoured in the education category. Educator Gian Tu Trung, a member of the awarding council, said both books are moving stories about education in families, which is seen as increasingly important for a child’s development. Three volumes of the “Doi song xa hoi Viet Nam duong dai” (Vietnam Contemporary Social Life), which give an insight into Vietnamese … [Read more...] about Best Vietnamese books of 2018 announced
VietNamNet’s annual concert entitled “Things Everlasting” 2018 was held successfully on the afternoon of September 2, Vietnam’s National Day. The Hanoi Opera House was fully occupied. Among the audiences were famous intellectuals, scholars and artists. Belows are some pictures captured at the concert:Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Hoang Vinh Bao delivered the opening speech.The audience and the distinguished guests stood up to celebrate the national flag.VietNamNet Editor-in-chief Pham Anh Tuan shakes hands with former Vice Minister of Information and Communications Mai Liem Truc. VietNamNet Editor-in-chief Pham Anh Tuan welcomes distinguished guests before the concert. Distinguished guests meet with VietNamNet Editor-in-chief before the concert.The artists and the organizers greet the audience. Vice Minister Hoang Vinh Bao presents flowers to conductor Le Phi Phi. Singer Phuc Tiep performs "To Quoc Toi Chua Dep The Bao Gio" (My … [Read more...] about VietNamNet’s Things Everlasting 2018 Concert in Pictures
Agro-forestry-fishery exports generate 25.7 billion USD in 8 monthsThe agro-forestry-fishery sector raked in 3.13 billion USD from exports in August, raising the total value in the first eight months of this year to 25.7 billion USD, up 7.3 percent year-on-year. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the best performers in the period included rice, fruit and vegetables, key forestry products and seafood. Exports to major markets like the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the Republic of Korea (RoK), China, the US and Japan increased significantly over the past eight months. The country exported about 4.4 million tonnes of rice worth 2.2 million USD between January-August, up 6.8 percent in volume and 22.1 percent in value from the same period last year. In August alone, 441,000 tonnes valued at 209 million USD was shipped abroad. China remained Vietnam’s largest rice importer, making up 24.7 percent of the market … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 2/9
VietNamNet Bridge - The new academic year has begun, but some parents and students have been on tenterhooks as they still cannot buy textbooks. Textbooks will be replaced as a part of the education renovation program Nguyen Van Tung, deputy editor-in-chief of the Vietnam Education Publishing House, admitted the lack of textbooks in some localities, blaming it on the sharp increase in the number of students. In addition, textbooks will be replaced as a part of the education renovation program, so local book and school teaching aid companies have lowered the number of printed copies they ordered to avoid too much inventory. This has affected the publishing house’s printing and distribution plan. In preparing for the new academic year 2018-2019, the publishing house set up its printing and distribution plan based on the numbers of textbooks ordered by the companies, and on the distribution situation in previous years. To date, the publishing house has released 108.8 million … [Read more...] about Is publishing monopoly is to blame for shortage of textbooks?