Vietnamese Day opens in UK Society

Vietnamese Day opens in UK

The Vietnamese Students Association in Leeds city in the United Kingdom has organised a Vietnam Day in order to introduce the Vietnamese culture to international friends.

Charity TV programme raises 6.6 trillion VND for the poor

A total of 6.6 trillion VND was donated by localities, organisations and individuals for the poor at a live TV programme held by the Vietnam Fatherland Front and Vietnam Television in Hanoi and HCM City on the eve of the year 2012.

RoK group to sponsor Asian Dream 2011

The Republic of Korea (RoK)’s Doosan Heavy Industries will become the exclusive sponsor of a charitable football tournament, which will be held in Ho Chi Minh City from June 15.

Nearly 3.2 trillion VND raised for the poor

The year-long charity programme for the poor entitled “Noi Vong Tay Lon” (Joining the Great Fold), starting from Dec. 31, 2009, has received nearly 3.2 trillion VND from organisations and individuals both at home and abroad.

Leaf art to raise funds for poor

Artists commissioned by the Vietnam Fine Arts Association and the Vietnam Buddhist Church have created the first 10 of 52 artworks on holy leaves brought from India to raise money for eye surgery for poor children.

200,000 notebooks presented to Cuban students

The Dai Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Trust Bank) on September 7 in Ho Chi Minh City presented 200,000 notebooks for Cuban students to welcome the 50th anniversary of Vietnam-Cuba diplomatic ties.