Most of Vietnam-Germany University graduates find jobs

Most of Vietnam-Germany University graduates find jobs

About 90 percent of graduates from the Vietnam- Germany University (VGU) have found jobs, while 40 percent of its graduates and postgraduates were offered scholarships by the university, enterprises and other organisations, said VGU Principal Ha Thuc Vien.

Waste-to-energy project begins operations in Hanoi

Waste-to-energy project begins operations in Hanoi

VOV.VN - Residents of Hanoi are now utilizing power generated from their own trash, thanks to a landfill waste-to-energy joint venture between the city and NEDO, one of the largest public research and development management organizations in Japan.

HCM City in chaos after heavy rains

HCM City in chaos after heavy rains

VOV.VN - Heavy rains caused chaos in Ho Chi Minh City on the morning of April 24 as many streets were in serve traffic congestion.

Following BKAV, Viettel aims to make luxury smartphone

Following BKAV, Viettel aims to make luxury smartphone

Though BKAV (Bach Khoa Anti-virus Center) did not succeed with its BPhone, Viettel plans to develop a ‘made-in-Vietnam’ smartphone, targeting the high-end market with a selling price of over US$1,000, according to Tinhte.vn, a leading hi-tech forum.

Former Dong A Bank executive detained, prosecuted

Former Dong A Bank executive detained, prosecuted

The economic and anti-corruption police force said it has issued decisions on the arrest and prosecution of Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen, former Deputy Director General of Dong A Bank on the charges of appropriating assets and intentionally violating State regulations on economic management.

NA to review Vo Kim Cu’s deputy title over Formosa incident

NA to review Vo Kim Cu’s deputy title over Formosa incident

The National Assembly’s Standing Committee will ask the National Assembly to consider the deputy title of Vo Kim Cu given his wrongdoings in the Formosa marine environmental incident, said NA Secretary General Nguyen Hanh Phuc on April 22.

Vietnamese in Malaysia celebrate national holidays

Vietnamese in Malaysia celebrate national holidays

Hundreds of overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in Malaysia on April 22 gathered at the Vietnamese Embassy to commemorate Hung Kings (10th of third lunar month) and to celebrate Reunification Day (April 30).

Tay Ninh suspends reservoir sand mining

Tay Ninh suspends reservoir sand mining

The People’s Committee of southwestern Tay Ninh province has decided to suspend the mining of sand in the Dau Tieng Reservoir and its processing and trade from April 24 to begin an investigation into the activity.

HCM City works to extend CNG bus routes

HCM City works to extend CNG bus routes

Ho Chi Minh City plans to increase the number of compressed natural gas (CNG) – powered buses with a view of running 841 CNG buses on 39 routes by the end of this year.

Activists dedicated to conserving endangered doucs in Danang

Activists dedicated to conserving endangered doucs in Danang

Over the past few years, a group of veterinary engineers and volunteers have been devoted to the rescue and care of animals, particularly the endangered red-shanked doucs, found on Son Tra Peninsula in the central Vietnamese city of Danang

Child labour problem confounds Dak Lak

Child labour problem confounds Dak Lak

Le Van Hong, a member of the H’Mong minority in Krong Bong district of the Central Highland province of Dak Lak, had decided to send his two sons, aged 10 and 15, to work for a garment factory in the south.