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Without policies to encourage talented people, VN cannot develop

Commenting on the draft documents of the 13th Party Congress, many experts said that to make a breakthrough, Vietnam must have an elite team, and without sufficient policies to encourage talented people, Vietnam cannot rise up.

HCM City criticized for placing talented staff in poorly paid jobs

Soon after a local newspaper published a series of articles on using talented staff in HCMC, the city's Mayor Nguyen Thanh Phong scheduled a working session on the issue.

Vietnam will fail if it only raises salaries to attract talented graduates

VietNamNet Bridge - Low pay in Vietnam is one of the reasons Vietnamese talents do not return after they finish study overseas. However, experts believe that Vietnam will fail to attract talent if it just tries to increase salaries.

Vietnam hopes to produce more classical musicians of int’l renown

VietNamNet Bridge – Many Vietnamese students attended international music competitions in 2014 where they came away with top prizes.

Ph.D who failed civil-service exam an excellent teacher

 VietNamNet Bridge – Dang Minh Tuan, a teacher with a good reputation who works at the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, has become unwillingly famous for failing a civil service exam.

Young talented swimmer eats 1kg of beef and 50 shrimps per meal

The current meals of Nguyen Thi Anh Vien, Vietnam’s talented swimmer are huge. She has to eat one kilogram of beef, 50 shrimps, a big plate of noodles, a salad plate, nearly one liter of fresh milk, not to mention fruits in a single meal.

V-League needs development drive, FIFA expert

 VietNamNet Bridge – FIFA instructor Jan Poulsen has urged Vietnamese football authorities to build a longer and stronger national league and invest in extensive youth training programmes to move Vietnamese football forwards.

The extraordinary child prodigies in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Able to read the newspaper loudly and clearly, but unable to spell the alphabet; and not eating, but remaining healthy and clever – they have been called the extraordinary child prodigies.

20 percent of Da Nang’s civil servants are employed as talents

Thanks to the first grant of VND15 million, monthly allowance of VND1.5 million, leasing apartments at cheap prices and the promotion opportunities, Da Nang has attracted more than 1,000 qualified civil servants over the last 15 years.

Thanh Binh - the talented blind musician

VietNamNet Bridge – At the age of 24, Nguyen Thanh Binh’s talent is recognized by prestigious music awards.

Young artists who may shine this year

VietNamNet Bridge - They are the names of a lot of potential in the fields of music, fashion and cinema.

Principals of art schools applaud the idea of exempting literature exam

Art schools have all called for their autonomy in enrolling students. They want the right to decide how many students to receive and what exam subjects students need to take.

Young people who change Vietnam’s art

VietNamNet Bridge – Below are the people who are bright stars in Vietnam’s sky of art in 2012.