School reopening is a legitimate desire of both parents and teachers. The Hanoi Department of Education and Training is seeking the municipal authorities’ permission to let all students between 7th and 12th grades return to school after the Tet holiday, according to Tran The Cuong, the department’s director. "The final decision would be taken in accordance with the coronavirus situation and student vaccination rate," Cuong noted. He added that most residents of Hanoi have been injected with the second. Schools are ready for both face-to-face and online teaching scenarios as well as pandemic prevention plans to ensure students' health at home and at school. Cuong said his department is developing options to submit to the Hanoi People’s Committee. 9th graders in Tam Dong Secondary School, Me Linh District, Hanoi return to school on Nov 22, 2021. Photo: Khanh Huy “Hanoi will let students of other grades resume in-person schooling only when safety is … [Read more...] about Hanoi’s students may return to school after Tet holiday
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The Hanoi government has approved a plan to establish an additional two to five new industrial parks (IPs) in the 2021-2025 period. Workers at the Dong Anh Industrial Park in Hanoi. – Photo: VNA Accordingly, the five IPs comprise Sach Soc Son in Soc Son District, Dong Anh in the district of the same name, Bac Thuong Tin and Phung Hiep in Thuong Tin District and the extended Phu Nghia in Chuong My District. The establishment of these IPs will help attract investment and boost industrial production, accelerating the industrialization and modernization process in the city. The plan is also aimed at adopting strategies to develop IPs in the city in line with the goals of socioeconomic development and land use in the city and ensuring the appropriate and effective development of science and technology, boosting the development of the industry sector. As of December last year, IPs in Hanoi attracted nearly 165,000 workers, including 1,100 foreigners. These IPs have … [Read more...] about Hanoi to establish 2-5 new industrial parks by 2025
The Police Agency for Investigation of Crimes on Corruption, Economy and Smuggling (C03) of the Ministry of Public Security has asked the Hanoi People's Committee to provide documents related to projects based in Hanoi of the Tan Hoang Minh Group. A project of Tan Hoang Minh in Hanoi. Photo: Doan Bong According to a source of VietNamNet, the police requested documents related to 11 projects developed by this estate group in the capital city. Tan Hoang Minh is known as a high-end real estate developer with "super luxury" products such as D'.Le Pont D' Hoang Cau, D'. Palais Louis Nguyen Van Huyen, D'. Le Roi Soleil Quang An, D'. San Raffles Hang Bai, D'.El Phu Thuong, D'.El Dorado II Phu Thanh and D'. Capital Tran Duy Hung. On January 11, the public was stirred up by a letter from Tan Hoang Minh Group’s Chairman Do Anh Dung to leaders of the Party, the Government and HCM City authorities. In the letter, Dung wished to unilaterally terminate the contract to buy a … [Read more...] about Police ask for documents of 11 Hanoi-based projects of Tan Hoang Minh Group
Tan Hoang Minh won the bid in a ‘duel’ to buy the 3-12 land plot in Thu Thiem new urban area in HCM City, but finally gave up. On January 11, Tan Hoang Minh issued a press release, saying that it will send an official document to HCMC People’s Committee, Land Bank Development Center and HCMC Property Auction Service Center about its decision on unilaterally terminating the contract on the purchase of the 3-12 land plot. The contract was signed on December 17, 2021, or one working week after the auction day (December 10, 2021). During the auction four land plots were sold. This means that if Tan Hoang Minh cancels the purchase of the land, it will lose the deposit of nearly VND600 billion. A question has been raised about the ‘fate’ of the land plot, called ‘golden land’ because of its advantageous position. Some people said the land may fall into the hands of the business with the second highest bidding price at the auction. The auction session was described as … [Read more...] about What’s behind Tan Hoang Minh’s sky-high bidding price?
Residents have been highly concerned over the information about the construction of a hydropower plant in a tourist village in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. The Department of Industry and Trade in Kon Tum Province announced on Saturday that the Ministry of Industry and Trade had previously approved five small-scale hydropower projects in the province in late August 2020. Among them, the Dak Bla 3 hydropower plant is expected to be built along the section of Dak Bla River in Dak Ro Wa Commune under Kon Tum City. On January 21, 2021, Chien Thang JSC sent a document to the Kon Tum Department of Planning and Investment regarding its intention to invest in the project. The plant will have a capacity of 8.6MW, cover 84 hectares, and cost about VND250 billion (US$11 million). The investment department later asked relevant sectors for their feedback so that the agency could present a detailed proposal to the provincial People’s Committee. The location where the … [Read more...] about Residents concerned over construction of hydropower plant in tourist village in Vietnam’s Central Highlands
Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic flew out of Australia on Sunday after a court upheld the government's decision to cancel his visa, capping days of drama over the country's COVID-19 entry rules and his unvaccinated status. The unanimous ruling by a three-judge Federal Court bench dealt a final blow to Djokovic's hopes of chasing a record 21st Grand Slam win at the Australian Open that starts on Monday. The Serbian player went to the airport in Melbourne just hours later. Federal agents escorted him and his team from the business lounge to the gate, where he boarded an Emirates flight bound for Dubai. The flight took off shortly before 11 p.m. (1200 GMT). In a rollercoaster ride, the world's top men's player was first detained by immigration authorities on Jan. 6, ordered released by a court on Jan. 10 and then detained on Saturday again pending Sunday's court hearing. Djokovic said after the ruling he was extremely disappointed as it meant he could not take part in the … [Read more...] about Djokovic flies out of Australia after losing court appeal