(VOV) - A seminar was held in the Republic of Korea (RoK) on October 28 to discuss the cultural diversity of Korean-Vietnamese families.
More than 250 overseas Vietnamese (OV) and 70 local administration officials and business representatives have met for a symposium, which opened in Ho Chi Minh City on September 27.
The Vietnam – Germany Friendship Association (VGFA) on August 16 launched an information website www.hoivietnamduc.vn, aiming to share current activities related to Vietnamese and German people and provide a ‘live’ online platform for everyone to exchange information.
Pham Phuong Anh, an eight-year old overseas Vietnamese, has been awarded second prize at an international music festival for children in Moscow.
The Overseas Vietnamese Association in the Republic of Korea (RoK) opened its office in Incheon on May 19.
A get together for former Vietnamese workers, who were sent to Germany in the cooperative labour programme between the two countries 25 years ago, was held in Cottbus city, Germany on April 8.
After the Vietnamese Student Associations in Washington DC and Oklahoma were set up, a similar association in Indiana (USA) was recently established.
Vietnamese people residing in the UAE and Libya have raised funds for their homeland’s flood victims.
In recent weeks, overseas Vietnamese in England have been holding events to honor the 1000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.
The Association of Overseas Vietnamese in Cambodia has set up good relations with local authorities and won trust of the Vietnamese community in the country.
Around 30 representatives from different associations and organisations of Vietnamese nationals in Japan, gathered at a seminar on March 22 to discuss the creation of a new organisation for all Vietnamese people living and studying in the country, according to a VOV reporter in Japan.
The Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan, Nguyen Phu Binh, held a get-together on March 7 for the community of Vietnamese people who are living, studying and working in the country.