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Climate change wreaks havoc on shrimp, salt harvests

Salt farmers working in a field in the central coastal region. Scientists say that today’s severe and unpredictable storms have significantly impeded traditional salt harvests.


The project on gifted schools raises debates

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The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), in an effort to develop the system of gifted schools to find talents for the country, has decided to launch a programme worth 2.3 trillion dong. However, [ … ]


Harmful waste treatment fees flying in HCMC

The average cost to treat harmful waste has skyrocketed up to VND40 million (US$2,000) a ton from only VND1.3 million in 2007. With such booming prices, businesses have to draw up contracts with [ … ]


Compulsory preschooling threatens to abandon under-aged kids

Students of Xuan La Kindergarten in Tu Liem District, Hanoi Without proper preparation, a recently-launched project to make pre-school education compulsory at the age of five may leave y [ … ]


Floating pre-school education is a good solution?

Vietnam has been calling for pre-school education socialization. However, over the last many years, since the socialization began, no good choices of schools are available to people with low income

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Six countries compete for Vietnam’s nuclear power projects

The US Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the United Nations Glyn Davies said that at least six countries want to be chosen as the contractor of Vietnam’s first nuclear po [ … ]


Da Nang’s authorities made a breakthrough or did they violate laws?

The decision by the Da Nang authorities to reject in-service graduates for employment by state agencies has stirred up the public. While people still argue about the legitimacy of the decision, they a [ … ]


Photographic Exhibition on insects of Vietnam

To mark the the United Nations to be the International Year of Biodiversity, Vietnam National Museum of Nature, in collaboration with the Italian Embassy in Vietnam, is organizing a 4 days exhibiti [ … ]


Vietnam in dire need of waste-water management

According to the Ministry of Construction, only six urban areas in Vietnam have centralised waste-water treatment systems and there are only 14 stations.


VN, Mexico focus on environmental cooperation

Vietnam and Mexico have agreed to step up cooperation in the management and planning of land, water resources, afforestation and environmental protection.



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