HCM City: Innovation space opens Sci-Tech

HCM City: Innovation space opens

The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City in cooperation with the Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms Group opened a space for innovation and experience sharing in digital transformation on October 12.
High school graduation exam: Extra efforts needed to respond to COVID-19 Society

High school graduation exam: Extra efforts needed to respond to COVID-19

The Ministry of Education and Training should issue detail guidance on how to organise the high school graduation exam amid complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many localities made the suggestion at a virtual meeting between the ministry and the exam steering committees of 63 provinces and cities on July 31.
HCM City develops wide-ranging AI strategy Sci-Tech

HCM City develops wide-ranging AI strategy

HCM City is drawing up a wide-ranging plan to promote artificial intelligence (AI) development and research in the near future, Duong Anh Duc, Vice Chairman of the HCM City People’s Committee, has said.
HCM City boosts cooperation with Denmark Politics

HCM City boosts cooperation with Denmark

Ho Chi Minh City is willing to partner with Denmark in potential areas, said Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Duong Anh Duc at a working session with Troels Jakobsen, Counselor of the Embassy of Denmark in Vietnam, on July 1.
HCM City steps up smart city development Business

HCM City steps up smart city development

Building smart urban areas is urgent for Ho Chi Minh City to maintain sustainable economic growth, promote the digital and knowledge-based economy and raise locals’ living standards.
HCM City to pilot ’smart urban area’ Society

HCM City to pilot ’smart urban area’

All districts will be expected to develop a “smart urban area” plan by 2020, said Tran Vinh Tuyen, Vice Chairman of the HCM People’s Committee, who is also head of the smart city management board.
Tet book fairs rake in money Culture - Sports

Tet book fairs rake in money

Book streets and fairs held in cities and towns across Vietnam during the seven-day Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday from February 14 to 20 earned a total income of 6.4 billion VND (282,000 USD).