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Malaysia, Vietnam discuss new opportunities, strengthening cooperation

Malaysia, Vietnam discuss new opportunities, strengthening cooperation

Hanoi: Malaysia and Vietnam agreed to strengthen cooperation and look for new economic opportunities to reduce trade imbalance between the two ASEAN countries. In a joint media conference, Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said both countries agreed to strengthen strategic cooperation in various sectors including defence, security, […]

International Lion Dance Festival in Vietnam to feature 30 teams

International Lion Dance Festival in Vietnam to feature 30 teams

  Hanoi: Teams from China, Taiwan (China), Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia and Vietnam are set to participate in the International Lion, Dragon and Unicorn Dance Festival. The festival, from August 30 to September 2, will be held in the central city of Da Nang. Vietnam will feature 24 teams. According to Vietnam News Agency (VNA), […]

Australian prime minister visits F1 Hanoi racetrack as part of state visit to Vietnam

Australian prime minister visits F1 Hanoi racetrack as part of state visit to Vietnam

  Hanoi: The Vietnam Grand Prix Corporation – promoter of the Formula 1 Vietnam Grand Prix 2020 – has welcomed the Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, to the F1 Hanoi Racetrack – the site of the inaugural Formula 1 race in Vietnam to be hosted in Hanoi in April 2020. Prime Minister Morrison’s outing to […]

Police chief vows thorough probe into assault on Vietnamese woman

Police chief vows thorough probe into assault on Vietnamese woman

South Korea’s police chief on Monday expressed regrets over a recent assault on a Vietnamese woman by her Korean husband and vowed to conduct a thorough investigation into the case. Min Gap-ryong, commissioner general of the Korean National Police Agency, made the remarks during his talks with To Lam, Vietnamese minister of public security, in […]

More than 1 mln S. Korean tourists visit Vietnam in Q1

More than 1 mln S. Korean tourists visit Vietnam in Q1

The number of South Korean tourists to Vietnam soared more than 24 percent in the first half of this year to exceed the 1 million mark, industry data showed Thursday. A total of 1.11 million South Koreans made trips to the Southeast Asian country in the January-March period, up 24.4 percent from a year earlier, […]

Kindergartens in Vietnam

Kindergartens in Vietnam

Children in Vietnam often go to kindergartens from 2 to 6, although many of them go to daycare centers under 12 months, if their mothers work. Kindergartens are divided into private and public ones.   According to the statistics in 2018, there were 15,394 public kindergartens across Vietnam, increasing from 13,734 in 2013. There is […]

N. Korean leader in Hanoi for talks with Trump

N. Korean leader in Hanoi for talks with Trump

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un checked into a Hanoi hotel Tuesday on the eve of his summit with U.S. President Donald Trump expected to focus on trading his nuclear program for economic and political rewards. A bulletproof Mercedes S600 Pullman Guard carrying Kim arrived at the five-star Melia hotel in downtown Hanoi after a two-hour, […]

(2nd LD) (US-NK summit) Kim’s train runs in inland China for summit with Trump

(2nd LD) (US-NK summit) Kim’s train runs in inland China for summit with Trump

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s special train arrived in the central Chinese town of Changsha on Monday on its way to Vietnam for a summit with U.S. President Donald Trump later this week, a source said. The train arrived in Changsha of Hunan Province around 1:10 p.m. after passing through the city of Wuhan earlier […]

North Korea can learn economy from Hanoi

North Korea can learn economy from Hanoi

Vietnam’s capital of Hanoi can present a potential economic model for North Korea as it seeks to abandon its nuclear program in favor of economic development. Vietnam has been selected as the venue for the second summit between the leaders of North Korea and the U.S. as the country has friendly relations with both. Yet […]

The Appalling Cost of Western Hubris

The Appalling Cost of Western Hubris

Given the vast literature on the Indochina wars, whether the French colonial conflict of 1945 to 1954 or the US war with North Vietnam of 1954 to 1975, it might be asked why the need for another study of a familiar subject. The value of this new, magisterial account, which has justly received plaudits from […]

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