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Starting with just a female buffalo, a man in the Mekong Delta has built a fortune with hundreds of buffalos, earning VND1 billion a year.

10 outstanding young people of 2020 honored

A ceremony to honor 10 outstanding young Vietnamese and 10 promising young people of 2020 took place in Hanoi on March 21.


Young man from Hanoi returns to his hometown to grow oranges, make billions of VND

"The first day I went up the hill to pick up the soil, when I finished, I looked back and found that my field was the most slanted. At that time, I just wanted to find a hole in the ground to hide from embarrassment," Cao Khue said.

6th grader's website and its unexpected success

A free website with a homework search engine was launched in 2013 by a boy in the 6th grade.

High school students invent 4-in-1 ATM run with solar power

Two female students from Tran Quoc Tuan High School have upgraded a so-called rice ATM into a 4-in-1 ‘Covid-19 prevention ATM which can disinfect hands and distribute instant noodle, rice and face masks.

Giving opportunities to talented people

The level of income is necessary but not a prerequisite. We have to give qualified people the chance to do what they can do so that they feel like they are contributing to the community.


Lecturer the youngest female associate professor at 34

Nguyen Thi Thanh Ha, a lecturer at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology, was named the youngest female associate professor of 2020 in Vietnam.

9x youth seeks to offer the best education to families of all income levels

Nguyen Quang Tung spent one gap year taking a trans-Vietnam trip, but his aim was not just to travel.

Vietnamese scientist in Japan discovers invasive plant’s health benefits

A research group led by Assoc. Prof. Tran Dang Xuan at Japan’s Hiroshima University recently publicised a study on the potential application of a grass species scientifically known as Andropogon virginicus which is good for human health.

Vietnam can 'export' education

As a lecturer at Deakin University in Australia, most of the research of Prof., Dr. Tran Thi Ly relates to Vietnam.

Vietnam's MIT graduate takes job at Facebook

Nguyen Vuong Linh said once you have passion for something and have the ability to do something, you should find an environment where you can promote those skills. Don’t think that you need to go to Google/Facebook/Amazon just to prove your worth.

Young H’mong man opens homestay on Ha Giang plateau

With just VND500,000, Sung Mi Phin went from Ha Giang to Sa Pa in Lao Cai to study English and learn how to make money from tourism.

From Olympiad bronze medalist to Google engineer

A male student who won the bronze medal at the 2007 International Olympiad of Informatics (IOI) in Croatia is now a Google engineer in Silicon Valley in the US.

Trash for trees

Hoang Quy Binh founded 'Green Life' with the aspiration of protecting the environment in 2018. It all started by exchanging recyclable waste for lovely little ornamental trees – an act that Binh himself calls “A very small thing”.

17,000 research articles published internationally in 2020

Vietnamese authors have published 17,028 articles internationally this year in Scopus journals, including ISI, according to Elsvier.

PhD student: 'no common formula' for Harvard admission

Cao Bao Anh, a doctoral student in immunology at Harvard University, is a former student at the High School for the Gifted under HCM City National University.

Harvard PhD is youngest candidate for professorship title in 2020

Le Anh Vinh, 37, who has a doctorate from Harvard University and is head of the Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences, is the youngest candidate to receive the professorship title in 2020.

Award winning design is the future of PPE

A group of teenage scientists have developed a futuristic face mask they hope can be a Personal Protective Equipment game changer.

Vietnamese teams win 2020 ASEAN Student Contest on Information Security

HCMUS.Twice, a student team from the University of Natural Science under the Vietnam National University, HCM City (VNU-HCM), triumphed the final round of the 2020 ASEAN Student Contest on Information Security on November 28.

Young female scientist wins International Brain Research award

Dr Ha Thi Thanh Huong, 31, has been named one of the winners of the Early Career Award 2020 from the International Brain Research Organization based in France for her research on the application of artificial intelligence