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Devoted to blood donation

Created 13 June 2017
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(3 votes, average 2.00 out of 5)

At the age of 23, some girls may be following ambitions of a successful career, others may be enjoying life by satisfying hobbies and entertainment. But for Trịnh Lan Anh, working as a campaigner for blood donations, has become a lifetime devotion.

A scientist demonstrates the value of passion

Created 12 June 2017
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(7 votes, average 2.86 out of 5)

Dr Vũ Anh Tài is a well known man now, especially after his recent selection as one of the nation’s role models.

 

French man rescues thousands of Vietnamese women from trafficking

Created 12 June 2017
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(12 votes, average 2.83 out of 5)

Alliance Anti-Traffic (AAT) founded by French man Georges Blanchard has rescued around 2,500 trafficked Vietnamese women.

Veterans fight corruption on a ‘war footing’

Created 08 June 2017
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(10 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Nguyễn Tiến Lãng, 79, and Nguyễn Công Uẩn, 80, are war veterans who were willing to sacrifice their lives for the country.

 

At 97, this Vietnamese grandma has mastered the Internet

Created 29 May 2017
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(10 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

At first glance, it's easy to dismiss Le Thi as just another raddled old woman. At 97, she has lost almost all her teeth and a severe hunchback impedes her movement. She spends most of her time lying in bed on her side, slowly chewing betel nuts.

American launches campaign to keep Hanoi clean

Created 28 May 2017
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(19 votes, average 3.11 out of 5)

Paul George Harding, an American teacher at an elementary English school in Hanoi and members of his class are on a mission to keep Hanoi clean by devoting themselves to projects to the capital city.

 

Disabled woman founds first audiolibrary for the blind

Created 27 May 2017
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(20 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

A 46-year-old woman, who has lost her two legs in a traffic accident 21 years ago, has dedicated her strength, youth, and extraordinary power to the blind over the past many years. She has been the first to establish an audiolibrary for the blind in Vietnam.

Youth union honours 10-year-old who drowned after saving four children

Created 25 May 2017
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(46 votes, average 3.11 out of 5)

The Central Committee of Hồ Chí Minh Communist Youth Union on Tuesday (May 23) posthumously awarded the national Brave Youth Badge to Trần Đức Đông, 10, who drowned after saving four children in the southern province of Bình Phước.

 

Old man turns trash into green, profitable treasure

Created 25 May 2017
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(22 votes, average 2.91 out of 5)

Tyres are reportedly among most problematic sources of waste, but Nguyễn Lương Thông from Nam Định Province’s Ý Yên District is showing that they can also present a recycling opportunity.  

Việt Nam’s Glory honours national spirit and patriotism

Created 19 May 2017
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(34 votes, average 3.15 out of 5)

An annual programme honouring national spirit and patriotism, called Việt Nam’s Glory, will be held tomorrow at the Friendship Cultural Palace in Hà Nội.

 

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