Science & Education

(5 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Vietnam bags four gold medals at Asia Pacific math competition

Of the seven Vietnamese students attending the competition, four won the gold medals and one of them made it to the top 10.


VN student wins US invention prize

"When my name was voiced out, my whole body was shaking. I even burst into tears stepping on the stage and receiving the award."


Former illegal logger now cultivates precious wood forest

In the central province of Quang Binh, people prefer growing indigenous plants to acacia and cajuput. This allows them to make fat profits, protect the environment and conserve rare and precious plant species.


EU supports fight against coastal erosion

As one of the countries most severely affected by climate change and related disasters, Vietnam will receive support in the vicinity of $98 million from Agence Française de Développement (AFD), possibly mixed with another grant from the EU, which will be designed based on a study recommendation, the “Studies on the Erosion Process and Measures for Protecting Hoi An Beach and the Lower Mekong Delta Coastal Zones” national workshop heard.


Sơn Trà National Tourism Site plan temporarily suspended

By August end, any activity related to implementation of the Sơn Trà National Tourism Site Development plan or construction on the Sơn Trà Peninsula in Đà Nẵng City must be suspended.


100,000 youngsters in central province join environmental campaign

A summer youth volunteer campaign and a beach-cleaning activity were launched on Sunday in the central Thanh Hóa Province, to observe World Environment Day 2017 (June 5).


Mass lobster deaths in Phu Yen

Farmers in the southern coastal province of Phu Yen are losing hundreds of billions of dong as their lobsters are dying en mass.


Hundred of hectares of forestland encroached upon in Gia Lai

Due to insufficient management, hundreds of hectares of forest in Gia Lai province have been illegally converted to domestic housing and agricultural land.

(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

Climbing hospitality heights in the Swiss Alps

Vietnamese youth find there is more to Switzerland than snow-covered Alps, luxurious watches and good chocolate. The country also offers the best hospitality education in the world. Hong Minh reports.


Zebedee, moon bear rescued from bile farm, to receive face surgery in Vietnam

The bear has a hole in his nasal cavity sustained during an escape attempt that makes him prone to pneumonia and bronchitis.



Hà Nội aims to train more English teachers

Hà Nội faces a shortage of high school teachers that can teach in English, requiring universities to train more students adept at the language to meet demand.


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