Daily Archives: May 14, 2020

Mystery of Life decoded by Canadian Non-Profit

Initiatives for a Utopian world based on Science & Technology

Everything Is One

Everything Is One

Everything is One – New Documentary for scientists & Technologists released worldwide on Vimeo.

SURREY, British Columbia, May 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Center for Introspection & Enlightenment, Canada has released a new documentary film called Everything is One as a part of its outreach program for a Utopian world.

The documentary film meant for scientists & technologists is available worldwide on Vimeo.

Everything is One has 2 parts, each with duration of 90 min.

Origin, Evolution & Nature of life® is the Journey of Life as it evolved through time. The film describes the design & architecture of the human body system.

Purpose of life. Connecting the dots…® is a journey into the human brain. The film describes the functional specifications & application axiom of the human system.

The Center’s initiatives are aimed at enlarging the human vision, redefining the purpose of life and evolving into an advanced species.

The Center aims to bring scientists & technologists together on the same page.

Ramesh Kulkarni, the author of these films, has worked in IT industry for 25 years.

According to Mr Kulkarni, “Understanding the schematics of the complete human system would make it easier to identify problems, segregate issues and troubleshoot the subsystems without adversely affecting and harming the whole.”

The author expects that the film Everything is One will help scientists & technologists in the areas of Cellular Development, Bio Technology, Embryo Science, Medical Oncology, Human Biology, Bioinformatics, Medical Engineering, Genomics Science, Immunology, Neuro-Sciences, Humanities & Artificial Intelligence, and especially in Medical & Healthcare.

Mr Kulkarni feels the film would provide new insights and open up new areas for research & development in these disciplines.

In 2006, the Center had launched The American Way. Connecting the dots…®, a film for eradicating global poverty.

The American Way explores how the US creates & distributes material wealth.

It provides a road-map for poor & developing countries for eradicating poverty through systemic changes.

The American Way was screened to the Planning Commission & Govt of India in 2006.

All 3 documentary films are available worldwide on Vimeo.

The Center is a non-profit foundation based in British Columbia, Canada.

Website is www.ci-e.com

Email- rk@ci-e.com

Center for introspection & enlightenment

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Surrey, B.C. V4A 2J2

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Public services on national portal to support 4 million people

Six public services to assist people and enterprises affected by the COVID-19 pandemic were launched on the national public service portal on May 12, according to the Government Office.

 

The services include applications for financial support for citizens whose jobs have been impacted by the coronavirus, with a maximum of 1.8 million VND per month for three months on offer.

 

They also feature loans applications for employers to pay wages, registering for tax payment deadline extensions, suspending payment to retirement and survivor funds and receiving reports and requests related to COVID-19 assistance.

 

Minister and Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung said the new services will assist 4 million labourers and employers affected by the pandemic and shorten the waiting time for receiving the support compared to applying offline by six to 10 days.

 

Through reports and requests from individuals and enterprises, the public services will assist the Vietnam Fatherland Front to supervise the State’s COVID-19 relief package.

 

Dung asked service-providing ministries and agencies to work together to monitor the administrative procedures.

 

He highlighted the need to remove unnecessary licences and barriers so individuals and enterprises just need to register once and do not need to bring licences to offices for administrative procedures.

 

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs has ordered People’s Committees at provincial and city levels to step up dissemination to the public on the State’s COVID-19 relief package and address their applications through the national public service portal.

 

Localities have also been asked to pay out financial support via bank accounts.

 

The national public service portal at dichvucong.gov.vn is an electronic platform connecting the Government with people and enterprises. It publicises information regarding administrative procedures and provides public services.

 

Since it was launched in early December last year, the portal has so far provided 389 services (160 for individuals and 229 for businesses).

 

Online public services help save nearly 6.5 trillion VND (282.6 million USD) per year.

 

The Government public service portal itself helps save more than 3 trillion VND (130.5 million USD) per year.

 

Source: Vietnam News Agency

 

Over 340 Vietnamese citizens brought home from Russia

Vietnam has arranged a Vietnam Airlines flight to bring home more than 340 citizens from Russia.

 

The flight departed from Moscow on May 12, carrying children under the age of 18, students without a place to stay because of school and dormitory closures, the elderly, sick people, tourists and people whose visas had expired but could not leave the country.

 

The Embassy of Vietnam in Russia has instructed the citizens to complete all required procedures and cooperated with local authorities to support them during their journey home.

 

Landing at Van Don International Airport in the northern province of QuangNinh the following day, the passengers and cabin crew members were provided with medical checkups and quarantined in line with regulations.

 

Heading to Russia, national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines also took Russian citizens home.

 

Vietnam will continue arranging flights to bring back its citizens home in the coming time depending on the pandemic’s developments, quarantine capacity of Vietnamese localities, and the demand of Vietnamese citizens living overseas.

 

Source: Vietnam News Agency

Exhibition opens at Hoa Lo Prison to mark President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday

An exhibition entitled “The Desire for Freedom” opened at Hoa Lo Prison in Hanoi on May 14 to mark the 130th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19).

 

The exhibition depicts the stories of soldiers who struggled to escape from French detention centres in the hope of returning to the revolutionary army.

 

It touches upon the suffering of the Vietnamese people under French colonial rule and the suppression of captives and their determination to break free.

 

Visitors on the opening day were able to meet historical witnesses and family members of veterans who took part in escapes.

 

Valuable documents and exhibits are also on display at the exhibition, which will run until the end of July.

 

A book on President Ho Chi Minh’s quotes has also been released to commemorate his birthday.

 

Compiled by Professor and Dr Nguyen Nhu Y and his associates, the work comprises nearly 5,000 quotes from the late President on Vietnam’s revolutionary cause and the morality and lifestyles of Party and State officials.

 

Meanwhile, a thematic display on President Ho opened on May 14 in the northern province of Hai Duong.

 

On display are some 300 documents, items, and images introducing his life and career as well as the province’s achievements in following his example?

 

Source: Vietnam News Agency

 

Vietnam condemns cyberattacks in all forms: Foreign Ministry spokeswoman

 

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang affirmed there is no basis to believe that a group of hackers related to Vietnam attacked some foreign websites to gain information.

 

Speaking at a regular press conference on May 14, Hang affirmed that Vietnam strictly prohibits all cyberattacks in any form targeting organisations and individuals.

 

Acts of attacking and threatening cyber security must be severely condemned and punished in accordance with legal provisions, she stressed.

 

The spokesperson noted that the Vietnamese National Assembly passed the Cyber Security Law in 2018 and the country is currently finalising legal documents on law enforcement and preventing cyberattacks.

 

Vietnam is ready to cooperate with the international community in combating and preventing cyberattacks in any form, she affirmed.

 

Source: Vietnam News Agency

Embassy takes necessary measures after murder of intern in Japan

 

The Embassy of Vietnam in Japan is closely following the investigation into the murder of a Vietnamese technical intern and will carry out the necessary citizen protection measures to ensure his legitimate rights and interests.

 

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang made the statement on May 14 at a regular press conference.

 

According to the Embassy in Japan, on May 12 the Toyama Chuo Police Station announced the arrest of a Vietnamese person from HaiPhong city who was working at the Takeda Shoji Company in Toyama prefecture on suspicion of being involved in the killing of a citizen from Ha Tinh province, she said.

 

Local police are now investigating and collecting evidence, she added.

 

According to Hang, on April 23 the Ha Tinh provincial Department of Foreign Affairs sought help in searching for a missing citizen in Japan. The ministry directed the embassy to contact local police to verify the information and seek the person’s whereabouts.

 

The Toyama Chuo Police Station said on May 7 that the body of the Vietnamese citizen had been found in an area near his dormitory.

 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has directed the Consular Department to coordinate with domestic and foreign agencies in settling the worker’s interests in accordance with regulations and to provide guidance and support to the victim’s family.

 

The embassy is working closely with relevant parties and Vietnamese associations in Japan to complete funeral procedures and bring the victim’s ashes home.

 

Source: Vietnam News Agency

 

Prompt actions needed to deal with consequences of occupational accident in Dong Nai: PM

Prime Minister Nguyen XuanPhuc has ordered prompt actions to deal with consequences of an occupational accident at the GiangDien Industrial Park in the southern province of Dong Nai that killed 10 people and injured many others.

 

An under-construction wall in the park, located in TrangBom district, collapsed on May 14 afternoon, causing the severe consequences.

 

In a notice sent to the provincial People’s Committee and the Ministries of Public Security and Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, PM Phuc expressed his deepest sympathy to the families of the victims.

 

He asked Dong Nai to swiftly carry out the search work, provide medical treatment for the injured and take timely measures in support of the victims’ families.

 

The Ministry of Public Security and the committee have been tasked with instructing competent forces to investigate the case and strictly handle violations in line with legal regulations, and report the results to the PM.

 

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs should direct localities to enhance work safety assurance and regularly inspect construction works, resolutely suspending unsafe projects, the leader said.

 

Source: Vietnam News Agency