Science & Education

(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

HCM City calls for private investment in waste water treatment

As state and local budgets are limited, calling for private investment in waste water treatment is considered the most feasible solution for now. 


As number of students rises, HCM City hurries to recruit teachers

The number of students in the 2017-2018 academic year will reach a record high, especially at preschool and primary education, raising concerns about the lack of teachers and classrooms.


Tightened environmental protection at thermal power plants

Vietnam will face grave consequences if it does not take strict action against pollution while striving to achieve the goal of 7% annual economic growth and power sector's 11% annual growth.


HCM City hosts Int’l Student Science Forum

Vietnamese students and international students from nine countries are exchanging innovative ideas and culture in the 2nd International Student Science Forum that opened on Thursday in HCM City.

(3 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Schools not happy about limited enrollment periods

The Hanoi Education & Training Department has released a decision that all schools in the city, state-owned and non-state owned, enroll students from July 1 to July 15.

(5 votes, average 3.20 out of 5)

Water security from a geopolitical perspective

Why does Laos insist on building more hydroelectric dams when Vietnam and many other countries believe that it is not the optimal solution for energy, environmental and societal development?

(6 votes, average 3.33 out of 5)

Lam Dong: Environment watchdog issues fine of VND400 mln on polluter

People’s Committee in the highlands province of Lam Dong has issued fine of VND400million ($17,601) to Atlantic Vietnam Company in Bao Loc city-based Loc Son Industrial Park.

(4 votes, average 2.50 out of 5)

Students seek luck before exam at Temple of Literature

Students often visit Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam, or Temple of Literature, in the days running up to their annual exams to pray for luck.

(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Vietnam targets 42 percent forest coverage by 2020

Vietnam aims to increase the nationwide forest coverage to 42 percent, equivalent to 14.4 million hectares, by 2020, according to the target programme on sustainable forest development during 2016-2020 recently approved by the Prime Minister.

(1 vote, average 4.00 out of 5)

Vietnam’s rice granary endangered by water shortage

The weaker water flow towards the downstream Mekong River has caused drought in  The Mekong Delta, affecting the livelihood of millions of people in the area.

(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

University lecturer sells land to pay for child’s overseas study

The news about a university lecturer who had to sell his land to pay for his child’s overseas study has stirred up the public. 


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