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Vietnamese beauty Nguyen Phuong Khanh, Miss Earth 2018, has arrived in Colombia ahead of her stint as a judge for the Miss Earth Colombia 2019 beauty pageant.

Park Bo Young to judge young film talent in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Korean actress Park Bo Young will arrive in Vietnam on June 11 to review works made by students of “Toto’s Film Making Class 2014”.   

Cuban star to judge “Got to Dance” 2013 in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cuba’s famous dancer Allfredo Torres Jureidini will be the last fourth judge invited to “Got to Dance 2013” in Vietnam.

Australian expert to judge Vietnam’s Next Top Model 2013

VietNamNet Bridge – Renowned Australian model coach Adam Williams was invited to judge Vietnam’s Next Top Model 2013 auditions in Ho Chi Minh City on August 12 and Hanoi on August 19.

Vietnamese woman to be a judge of Mrs. USA pageant

 VietNamNet Bridge – The First Mrs. World, Dr. Doan Thi Kim Hong will be a judge of the Mrs. USA 2013 beauty contest for the second time.

American hip hop idol to be a judge of Vietnam’s “Got to Dance”

 VietNamNet Bridge – The champion of “American Best Dance Crew,” the fifth season, will be a judge of the TV show “Got to Dance” in Vietnam.

Tien Giang: Judge uses drugs with his girlfriend in a hotel

The police of My Tho City on June 8 caught Judge Pham Hoai Nam of the People's Court of My Tho City and a woman named Tran Ngoc Dieu, 22, in the act of using drugs at a hotel.


Ngo Thanh Van hosts Project Runway show; New art gallery in Hoi An; Cultural diplomacy brings VN closer to the world; French clarinet artist in capital; Antique kimonos to go on display in Hoi An

Juvenile crime may be tried in a separate court

VietNamNet Bridge - To deal with cases relating to minors that are increasingly, the Supreme People's Court is drafting a project on the establishment of the Family and Minor Court.

UK PM resists laws to curb 'outrageous' press

 British Prime Minister David Cameron indicated he would reject a senior judge's recommendations for new laws to control the country's press despite the publication of a damning report.