Category Archives: Politics

Needy Vietnamese in Cambodia receive gifts

Hanoi (VNA) � A delegation of the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia and the Khmer-Vietnam Association (KVA) on March 15-16 visited and presented gifts to Vietnamese in difficult circumstances in Pursat and Battambang provinces.…

Online education comes to the fore in Industry 4.0

HCM City (VNA) � Opportunities along with challenges to online education in the context of the fourth industrial revolution were the main theme of the International Conference on Online Education 2019 (ICOE 2019) held in Ho Chi Minh City on March 15.…

Hungary’s national holiday marked in HCM City

HCM City The Hungarian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City recently celebrated Hungary’s national holiday (March 15), which commemorates the nations’ 1848 revolution and the following War of Independence in 1848 � 1849.…

Interview With Rose-Ann Aragon of KPRC 2 Houston

QUESTION: All right. So I just wanted to � well, first of all, thank you for being here today.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Great to be with you.

QUESTION: And I wanted to ask, what is your message to the people who are coming to this very large conference?…

Interview With Rose-Ann Aragon of KPRC 2 Houston

QUESTION: All right. So I just wanted to � well, first of all, thank you for being here today.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Great to be with you.

QUESTION: And I wanted to ask, what is your message to the people who are coming to this very large conference?…

Thua Thien – Hue: Overcoming the dam of Thao Long to prevent salinity degradation

After more than 10 years of operation, many items of dams to prevent salinity and keep Thao Long freshwater degraded have been damaged and degraded.

Mr. Nguyen Van Phuong, Vice Chairman of Thua Thien – Hue Provincial People’s Committee, said that the project to prevent saline intrusion, keep Thao Long sweet, end of downstream of Huong River is a key irrigation project of Thua Thien – Hue province.…

China Eyes Alternative Sources for Maritime Expansion

TAIPEI Officials in Beijing are expected to take money from non-defense sources this year to solidify their military control in the disputed South China Sea following a proposed slowdown in formal defense spending.…