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Filmmakers urged to focus on editing

Vietnamese filmmakers should focus on the editing process to avoid mistakes and professionalise their work, experts said at a seminar on the film industry held Tuesday in HCM City.

Referee suspended after mistakes in V.League match

 VietNamNet Bridge – Referee Nguyen Duc Vu has been suspended from the second round of V.League after he allegedly made two serious mistakes against Quang Ninh Coal on Sunday.

Many mistakes found in textbooks

VietNamNet Bridge - Numerous mistakes have been found in literature textbooks for general school students published by the national Education Publishing House.

Educators make silly mistakes on diplomas

VietNamNet Bridge - Misspelled English mistakes on diplomas have been made by university education establishments, causing graduates to be rejected by employers.

VN lose to Chinese Taipei in championship quarter-finals

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam lost 18-25, 20-25, 19-25 to Chinese Taipei in the Asian Women's Volleyball Championship's quarter-final match held yesterday (May 26) in China.

Public servants to pay for mistakes

 VietNamNet Bridge – Public servants who create unnecessary costs during the administration of projects and legal proceedings - and in the enforcement of judgments can now be forced to re-imburse the State with up to 36 months of their salary.

Police admit mistakes made in murder case investigation

 VietNamNet Bridge – Bac Giang police have admitted to shortcomings that led to an incorrect sentence being handed to Nguyen Thanh Chan for a murder committed ten years ago.

Seven students fined for offensive language on Facebook

 VietNamNet Bridge – Three students in the central city of Da Nang have been fined VND10 million (US$481) each and four others issued warnings, for slandering another student on Facebook.

Modern poem mistakenly included in folklore collection

 VietNamNet Bridge – A poem written by a well-known modern Vietnamese poet was accidentally added to a dictionary of Vietnamese folklore by a national literature research project.