A delegation of the Vu A Dinh scholarship fund, led by the fund’s Chairwoman and former Vice President of Vietnam Truong My Hoa, paid a visit to the Embassy of Vietnam in the Republic of Korea (RoK) on April 5.
Members of the “For Beloved Hoang Sa – Truong Sa” club met Vietnamese nationals in Melbourne city, the Australian state of Victoria on May 14 on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Gac Ma (Johnson South) naval battle.
Former Vice President Truong My Hoa, who is also head of the club “Vi Hoang Sa - Truong Sa than yeu” (For beloved Hoang Sa – Truong Sa), had a meeting with Vietnamese expats in Sydney, Australia on April 26, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Gac Ma (Johnson South Reef) battle.
The Vu A Dinh scholarship fund, established in 1999, aims to support ethnic minority students from poor families who achieve outstanding academic performances, said former State Vice President and Chairwoman of the fund Truong My Hoa.
The Argentina-Vietnam Culture Institute (ICAV) has well performed its role as a bridge for the friendship between the two countries since it was established 20 years ago.
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on August 17 carried 2.5 tonnes of goods raised by the Vu A Dinh scholarship fund to flood-hit victims in the northern provinces of Son La and Yen Bai.
The Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund has granted about 75,000 scholarships worth VND75 billion (US$3.2 million) for thousands of ethnic groups and island students since its establishment in 1999.
Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in Australia on October 27 raised 20,000 AUD for the Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund and the “For beloved Hoang Sa-Truong Sa” Club.
Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in Germany on August 25 raised more than 5,000 EUR (roughly US$5,600) to support people in mountainous and island areas in their homeland.
Former Vice President Truong My Hoa made tours to several European countries from August 18-23 to raise funds for the Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund and the “For beloved Hoang Sa-Truong Sa” club.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met the manager board of the Vu A Dinh scholarship fund and its “For beloved Hoang Sa – Truong Sa” club on April 18.
Scholarships were presented to 200 less privileged children in central Phu Yen and Quang Ngai provinces on March 16 to help them continue their studies.
Students from ethnic minorities and island districts in the central province of Phu Yen, on March 15, received 100 scholarships from the Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund and its “For beloved Hoang Sa and Truong Sa” club.
Forty-five poor students from the ethnic minority Khmer group in the southern province of An Giang received scholarships from Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund at a ceremony on March 2.
(VOV) - September 7 marks the 70th anniversary since Radio the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) was established in 1945, during which it has received countless never to be forgotten visits from Party and State leaders.
(VOV) - More than 200 overseas Vietnamese businesses from 12 countries gathered at a forum in Prague, the Czech Republic, on October 27.