Ambassador Ngọc said “Over the past 25 years since the establishment of US-Việt Nam diplomatic relations, the Vietnamese people and children have received a lot of support from US NGOs, including AIP Foundation, together with the Administration, Congress and business community. We very much appreciate that Greig Craft and the AIP Foundation have made a lot of efforts in raising the awareness of road safety and providing helmets to many schools in Việt Nam. Nowadays, the Vietnamese school-children have become the change agents for a society of safer road users.” … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS DECEMBER 5
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"I lost everything," he said. "I wasted too much time and money, distanced myself from friends and my girlfriend left me. My life became empty. I realised that reaching level 80 and being able to defeat thousands of monsters and acquire hundreds of millions in property meant nothing in real life." — VNS … [Read more...] about Online games: harmless fun or social problem?
Nguyễn Tất Thành University has allowed students to be off school from Dec 3-6 and has changed to online teaching from Dec 7 for theoretical modules. Students with practical modules are allowed to be off school until further notice. … [Read more...] about Schools postpone exams, switch to online study after new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases
Cashless payments are sure to be around for a long time. However, the speed of online payment conversion and the outstanding benefits of digital banking will not slow down. With decreasing costs and increasing safety, digital payments will soon overtake non-cash payments./. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 pushes banks to develop online payment
Da Nang (VNA) - Vietnam is willing to welcome investment from Japanese IT enterprises, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Anh Tuan told an online conference on September 30. Held to promote Japanese investment in the central city of Da Nang, the conference attracted the participation of about 200 investors and IT businesses from Japan. In his remarks, Tuan said the Vietnamese Government has been completing its model, mechanism, and policy for the breakthrough development of concentrated IT and high-tech areas in Vietnam’s major economic hubs. Da Nang is emerging as a “Silicon Valley” of Southeast Asia, with local authorities working to build its digital ecosystem and prioritising FDI projects in the high-tech sector, he added. Vietnam is switching to the so-called “Make in Vietnam” movement, while boosting the formation of joint ventures and attracting foreign conglomerates, especially those producing smart equipment using the … [Read more...] about Vietnam willing to welcome investment from Japanese IT firms: Official