The Danish Embassy in Vietnam announced 12 winners of a drawing contest for Vietnamese children at an award ceremony in Hanoi on December 3.
A Danish film festival will be held in HCM City and Hanoi from October 26 to 31 to introduce an extraordinary selection of Danish movies, the Embassy of Denmark in Vietnam has announced.
VOV.VN - As many as 196 entries from the Denmark in Your Eyes 2018 Art Contest were handed over to the Vietnam National Children’s Hospital on May 10 with a hope of bringing in brighter and happier mood in children receiving treatments.
The Vietnam Social Security (VSS) and the Danish Embassy on August 21 signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to help the VSS improve its health insurance verification staff’s capacity in 2018 and 2019.
A national-scale painting contest organised by the Danish Embassy in Vietnam awarded winners at a ceremony in Hanoi on December 1.
An essay entitled Denmark-Where Happiness Rests, written by 9th grade student Pham Tam Dan from Nguyen Sieu High School, has won the grand prize in the Denmark in Your Eyes creative writing contest.
The World Wide Views (WWViews), a global citizen consultation initiative, took place in Vietnam and 80 other countries across the globe on June 6.
(VOV) - One of Hanoi’s largest job fairs will be organised by Danish Ambassador John Nielsen on January 19 at the Hanoi Foreign Trade University (FTU) for students and young people looking for their first step on the career ladder.
(VOV) - The Danish embassy on August 8 introduced two programmes on Vietnam-Denmark business cooperation and financial support for private businesses in Vietnam.
(VOV) -Diabetes in Vietnam is becoming increasingly common and is on the rise nationwide, especially in the metropolitan and areas surrounding industrial zones.
(VOV) -The Danish Vietnamese Cultural Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) and the Embassy of Denmark have announced the launch of a third project to promote Vietnamese paintings.
Vietnam will not conceal any irregularities relating to three Danish-funded projects and will punish violators strictly, said Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Tran Viet Thanh.
Denmark will help Vietnam build and operate wind farms in provinces and cities across the country.
The Embassy of Denmark in co-ordination with the Ministry of Science and Technology organized “Research Day” in Hanoi on November 23.