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A set of Vietnamese language teaching textbooks have been launched at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev.

RoK city to launch special publication in Vietnamese language

A special publication in Vietnamese language will be launched in Busan city of the Republic of Korea (RoK) on September 1, authorities of the city announced on August 31.

First English-Vietnamese bilingual books released in the US

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Teaching Vietnamese in Korea: Means of tightening bilateral ties

With Vietnam-Republic of Korea relations having been tightened over recent years, demand for studying Korean in Vietnam and vice-versa has increased accordingly. 

Free language classes offered to Vietnamese citizens in Laos

A course providing free Vietnamese, Lao, and English language classes for Vietnamese expatriates in Laos opened at the Phat Tich Pagoda in the Lao capital Vientiane on December 22.

Vietnamese language classes maintained in Czech Republic despite pandemic

A Vietnamese language course for the 2020-2021 academic year was recently opened for children of Vietnamese people in the North Moravia region of the Czech Republic.

Contest launched promoting Vietnamese language teaching for overseas Vietnamese

The Ministry of Education and Training and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched a contest on compiling Vietnamese-language books and documents for overseas Vietnamese, at a ceremony in Hanoi on September 16.

Thai man overcomes all barriers to master Vietnamese

Vietnamese is a challenging language for most foreigners, and for a visually-impaired person like Aun Apichit Mingwongtham from Thailand, the challenge was even greater.

COVID-19: UK Ambassador thanks Vietnamese doctors, Gov’t officials

UK Ambassador to Vietnam Gareth Ward has recently made a clip in Vietnamese language, thanking Vietnam for its support for British citizens and tourists amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Vietnamese language class in Kawagoe

For Vietnamese people living and working abroad, just listening to Vietnamese in the foreign land, the nostalgia for their homeland becomes more earnest. 

Preserving the homeland’s language

Can Van Kiet and Can Anh Claudine have spent over 20 years teaching Vietnamese to both Vietnamese and French nationals, with the desire to help overseas Vietnamese to preserve their homeland’s language. 

Roots of modern writing system emerge

The defunct Thanh Chiem Palace (1602-1883) is seen as a cradle of romanised Vietnamese script, and the place was linked with Portuguese missionary Francisco de Pina (1585-1625) – the founder of the modern writing system of the Vietnamese language

Vietnamese language, culture taught in French university

Vietnamese language and culture have been officially included in the teaching programme of Paul-Valéry University, Montpellier 3 in France’s Occitanie region as part of cooperation between the university and the Vietnam National University – Hanoi.

Vietnamese language, culture course opens for Korean students

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hanoi University of Culture on Wednesday organised a ceremony to welcome 96 Korean students who will attend a Vietnamese language and culture course at the university.

Prof. Phong Le: ‘Tale of Kieu’ is a calling card of Vietnamese culture

As the country is celebrating the 250th birthday of legendary Vietnamese poet Nguyen Du, Professor Phong Le, Chairman of Vietnam’s Association for Kieu study granted an interview to Nhan Dan Monthly to share his thoughts on the great poet

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 Foreign NGOs grant US$250 million in 2013; Rescuing passengers trapped inside deformed car; Three Vietnamese rescued from Malaysia massage parlours; Authorities seize drug precursors to Australia

Cat amongst the pigeons

VietNamNet Bridge – Inspectors from the HCM City Department of Health recently appeared without notice at the Apollo Clinic in District 1 to inspect operations. The clinic was reported to be using a team of unqualified Chinese doctors.