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 More than 50 of New Zealand’s education institutions will be travelling to Vietnam to showcase their country’s world-class learning environment at the New Zealand Education Fairs in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi on March 23 and 24, respectively.

Parents should not force their children to take too many classes

 Vietnamese parents are renowned for their high expectations for their children, especially when it comes to education.

Natural disasters unpredictable this year: forecasting centre

 The recent abnormal weather conditions have indicated that natural disasters will be unpredictable in the time ahead, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.

International curriculums at Hanoi’s secondary schools announced

Hanoi’s Department of Education and Training will continue piloting the international training programme for VN’s national secondary level curriculum.

Vietnamese students win gold medals at int’l mathematics contest

 Vietnamese students won two gold medals at the International Talent Mathematics Contest (ITMC), which took place in Thailand from February 7 to 11.

Scrap imports through road, railway border gates to be banned

 The import of scrap to use as material for production through road and railway border gates will be banned in Vietnam from February 22, according to a circular freshly issued by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Animals Asia funds elephant conservation project in Dak Lak

 Animals Asia will provide a funding of 60,000 USD for the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak to carry out the elephant conservation project from November 2019 to February 2021.

$4.3mil. project to protect gray-shanked douc langurs started

 The authorities in Quang Nam Province are going to spend VND100bn (US$4.3m) on a project to protect the endangered gray-shanked douc langur.

Special programme to train Japanese language teachers in Vietnam

 A programme to improve the training of Japanese language teachers in Vietnam was launched in Hanoi on October 24.

Vietnam continues urgent action for wildlife crime prevention

 Vietnam has made great strides in the fight against wildlife crime, said Bui Thi Ha, Deputy Director of Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), a non-governmental organisation on the reservation of nature and the protection of the environment.

MoET launches inspection on printing and circulation of textbooks

 The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) has decided to launch inspections into the printing and distribution of textbooks for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Vietnam wins three bronzes in world informatics, design contests

 Vietnamese representatives won three bronze medals in the final rounds of the Adobe Certified Associate World Championship 2018 and the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship 2018.

List of scraps permitted for import to be shortened: Ministry

 The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) is seeking to remove scrap parts used for manufacturing from allowed import lists which either contribute to polluting the environment or can be supplied locally.

New Ha Long Bay conservation project to serve visitors in Oct

 The Soi Sim Island Conservation project in the Ha Long Bay will be completed and open to visitors this October.

Giant river prawns recover in Mekong Delta after long decline

 After a long period of decline, the last two years have seen an increase in output of giant river prawns in the Mekong Delta.

Over 925,000 candidates registered for national high school exam

 The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has announced that there are more than 925,000 students that have registered to sit the high school graduation and college entrance exams.

Registration for national high school exam to run until April 20

 The Departments of Education and Training in provinces across the country have developed plans to prepare for the 2018 national high school exam, with registration for the exam concluding on April 20.

Environment ministry to conduct irregular inspections in 2018

 The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) will spend 30 per cent of its budget and personnel on irregular inspections of suspected environmental violations this year.

Vietnam Education Foundation helps train 700 Vietnamese students

 The Vietnam Education Foundation (VEF) has helped nearly 700 Vietnamese students further their education in the US during its 15 years of operation, said Vietnamese Ambassador to US Pham Quang Vinh.

South Korean investors eye renewable energy sector in Vietnam

Thanks to Vietnam’s issuing incentive policies to lure investment into the renewable energy sector, more and more foreign investors, especially those from South Korea, have expressed ambitions to join the field.