Memories about Vietnam war still haunt US veteran World

Memories about Vietnam war still haunt US veteran

The US veteran stood still, his face turning pale with red eyes and trembling lips, unable to utter a word when he met the first Vietnamese coming from today Vietnam that he has met after the war.
Vietnam plans to foster ties with Arizona across multiple areas Politics

Vietnam plans to foster ties with Arizona across multiple areas

Vietnamese Ambassador to the US Ha Kim Ngoc visited the State of Arizona from February 10 – 12 as part of activities to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the two countries’ diplomatic relations and pay tribute to late US Senator John McCain, one of the pioneers in normalisation of bilateral ties.
Vietnam, US seek stronger cooperation in energy, defence Politics

Vietnam, US seek stronger cooperation in energy, defence

Vietnamese Ambassador to the US Pham Quang Vinh held a meeting on January 10 with US Congressman Paul Gosar who affirmed that Arizona State is willing to boost cooperation with Vietnamese localities in all fields, including energy, in order to take advantage and supplement each other’s strengths in technology and resources.
Vietnam, US universities enhance cooperation Society

Vietnam, US universities enhance cooperation

The Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City and the University of California Los Angeles inked an MoU on December 16 (local time), towards promoting scientific research cooperation.
Maker Innovation Space debuts in Da Nang Sci-Tech

Maker Innovation Space debuts in Da Nang

The University of Da Nang in collaboration with Fablab (fabrication laboratory) Da Nang, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and Arizona State University (ASU) officially launched a Maker Innovation Space in the central city of Da Nang on August 11.
Agent Orange’s reach beyond war Society

Agent Orange’s reach beyond war

Years after the war, the US Army continued to use the cargo planes that once sprayed Agent Orange (AO) in Vietnam to transport their soldiers, without notifying them of the risks associated with the toxic defoliant.
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Vietnam, US expands engineering education

Vietnamese agencies and US organisations signed a document on the expansion of the existing Higher Engineering Education Alliance Programme (HEEAP) in Hanoi on August 20.
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Donors add 2 mln USD to technical education

The internationally-funded Higher Engineering Education Alliance Programme (Heeap) is to have its budget strengthened by 2 million USD to improve technical education and vocational training in Vietnam.