TV show celebrates Uncle Ho's life Society

TV show celebrates Uncle Ho's life

A television show on May 18 night featured President Ho Chi Minh's patriotism, desire for peace, strong will and readiness to sacrifice for the dream of liberating Vietnam from colonialism.

Four decades on from war, international campaigners continue to assist Vietnam

The struggle for the liberation of South Vietnam and the national reunification of Vietnam 40 year ago was significantly supported by peace-lovers round the world, including activists in the UK. Many of them are still supporting Vietnam as it looks to overcome the aftermaths of the war and continue its rapid development.

UK-VN friendship society voices concern over China’s illegal act in East Sea

The General Secretary of the Britain-Vietnam Friendship Society (BVFS) Len Aldis on May 10 sent a letter to the Chinese Ambassador in the United Kingdom of Great Birtain and Northern Ireland Liu Xiaoming to express his concern over the current situation in the East Sea issue due to the presence of illegal Chinese drilling rig HD 981 in Vietnam’s territorial waters.
AO victims not alone in fight for justice Society

AO victims not alone in fight for justice

The 80-year-old general, who leaves home from early morning to go to work and only returns late in the evening every day, is a familiar figure to residents in Mai Dich ward, Cau Giay district, Hanoi.
Communist Review delegation visits UK Politics

Communist Review delegation visits UK

A delegation from the Communist Review, a theoretical and political agency of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), made a visit to the United Kingdom from July 16-20.

Vietnamese embassies worldwide celebrate Tet

Vietnamese embassies in many countries hosted New Year get-togethers to welcome the Year of the Snake in the lunar calendar while promoting solidarity among the overseas Vietnamese community.

Olympic Committee called on to act for AO victims

Secretary of the Britain-Vietnam Friendship Society Len Aldis has sent an open letter to the committee members of the London Olympic and Paralympic Games, reminding them of what Dow Chemical, which is to be a sponsor of the Games, has done to Vietnamese people with the use of toxic chemical Agent Orange.

VN’s AO victims not alone in fight for justice

Although a lawsuit filed by Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxin victims against US chemical companies was rejected by the US Court, a great number of friends throughout the world, even US veterans and organisations, affirmed their intention to continue joining the struggle for not only AO/dioxin victims but also justice and humanity.
Embassy celebrates Len Aldis’s 80th birthday Society

Embassy celebrates Len Aldis’s 80th birthday

The Vietnamese Embassy in the UK hosted a party on Oct. 2 to mark the 80 th birthday of the UK-Vietnam Friendship Association’s President Len Aldis, a special friend of the Vietnamese people and Agent Orange (AO) victims.

UK society supports Vietnamese AO victims

The British-Vietnamese Friendship Society (BVFS) organised a sale of handicraft products to raise funds for Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO) /Dioxide victims on June 13 at the Coin Street Festival, in London.

HCM City fetes international friends

The Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee asked every single international friend of Vietnam to be a good-will ambassador to transmit a message of peace from HCM City and Vietnam to people all around the world.