Museums in Vietnam will hold various activities to celebrate International Museum Day on May 18, following plans by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), according to a document recently issued by the Culture Ministry's Department of Cultural Heritage.
VOV.VN - Founded by the Astra Global Technology Company, the newly launched Astra Tourism Social Network is expected to become a platform connecting citizens around the world through the typical culture of each nation.
The Zalo.vn domain has been suspended for 45 days starting Monday, according to the Vietnam Internet Network Information Center (VNNIC).
“Made- in-Vietnam” social network Lotus revealed its plan to attract 60 million users in Vietnam during its official launch in Hanoi on September 16.
VCCorp has informed that the pilot version of its “Lotus” social network will officially be launched on September 16.
Nguyen Huy Ngoc, Chief of the Secretariat of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education, has urged competent agencies to strictly handle fake social network accounts in the names of agencies and individuals to post false information.
State agencies have provided more online administrative procedures and used social networks to interact with businesses and citizens, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) Vo Tan Thanh said at a recent seminar in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) organised a conference to discuss the code of conduct for social networks in Ho Chi Minh City on December 14.
Facebook has just blocked API, affecting a large number of Vietnamese online businesses utilising the social network as a trading platform.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has issued Decree 27/2018/ND-CP, amending and supplementing some articles of Decree 72/2013/ND-CP on the management, supply and use of Internet services and online information.
Ho Chi Minh City's Tax Department plans to continue to collect taxes from online businesses that use Facebook and other social media sites.
Copycats, ivory and tiger paws are just some of the things you can buy on the country’s most popular social network.
For the first time Ho Chi Minh City has started a new tax collection campaign targeting retailers on Facebook, the most popular social network in Vietnam.
Facebook has been asked to increase cooperation with Vietnam to block and remove bad content and fake news in this social network.
The Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 administration has turned a suggestion to having local street vendors meet their customers on the internet, rather than the sidewalks, into a reality.
The Ho Chi Minh City taxman should consider collecting taxes from an increasing number of people who are selling their stuff through Facebook to ensure budget revenue, the municipal industry and trade department has said.
As young netizens use the social network as a podium to tell the authorities what they want, Vietnamese leaders start taking notes.
IFProfs Vietnam, a professional social network for French-language teachers and professionals, has been launched by the French consulate in HCM City and the French Institute in Vietnam.
Vietnamese Road, a mobile game that trains people how to survive the crazy traffic in Vietnam, has just received a US$40,000 grant from the Facebook start-ups fund.
Five modern technology trends and applications were introduced at the sixth Cloud8 Day, themed “The Internet of things – everything on the cloud,” that opened in HCM City on June 16.