Vietnam Journalists’ Association asked to make most of digital transformation Society

Vietnam Journalists’ Association asked to make most of digital transformation

An open information society, based on the development of science and technology, especially information technology, poses challenges, but also creates a lot of opportunities for the press, requiring it to seize opportunities to create a breakthrough and comprehensive development of journalism in terms of quantity, quality, type, content and form, a senior Party official has said.
Congress looks towards modern, professional Vietnamese press Politics

Congress looks towards modern, professional Vietnamese press

A preparatory session of the 11th national congress of the Vietnam Journalists Association (VJA) for the 2020-2025 tenure was held in Hanoi on December 30, with the participation of more than 550 delegates representing over 27,000 VJA members nationwide.
Journalists help bridge mainland and Truong Sa archipelago Society

Journalists help bridge mainland and Truong Sa archipelago

Far-flung Truong Sa archipelago has been brought closer to people on the mainland since the lives of soldiers and local residents, who spare no effort to protect the nation’s sacred seas and skies, have regularly featured in the media. The archipelago has won a place in the hearts of many journalists, helping them become more responsible in their work and gain a greater respect for their career.