Khmer kids learn native tongue

Khmer ethnic minority students in Soc Trang province in the Mekong Delta have been learning with their native language as well as Vietnamese from primary to secondary education.

Health experts seek solutions for the elderly

International and domestic health experts gathered for a two-day conference in Hanoi to discuss practical way to improve health care services for elderly citizens at a reasonable cost.

Workshop on human rights education

Researchers from Vietnamese and Danish institutes discussed human rights education at a workshop held in Hanoi on Oct. 9 by the Vietnam Academy of Social Science and the Danish Embassy.

Overseas Vietnamese look towards homeland

Overseas Vietnamese at the ongoing VFF Congress in Hanoi have expressed their feelings and aspirations as well as their opinions on the festive day that celebrates national solidarity.

NA Chairman urges top quality military training centre

More effort is needed to turn the National Defence Academy into Vietnam’s leading centre for research into military science as well as for training in military skills, said National Assembly (NA) Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong on September 15.

Vietnam’s female scientists receive highest honour

The National Institute of Nutrition’s female staff and the environmentalist, Nguyen Thi Kim Chi, from the Hanoil University of Technology have won 2009’s Kovalevskaya Award, which is considered to be the highest honour for Vietnam ’s female scientists.