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Two Vietnamese IT engineers have passed Google’s TensorFlow Developer Certificate Exam which tests candidates’ ability to develop and train deep-learning models using TensorFlow.
Among 219 foreigners getting the Specified Skilled Worker visas for people with vocational skills, 93 are Vietnamese, 33 Indonesians and 27 Filipinos, according to the Japanese Immigration Services Agency.
UK Ambassador in Viet Nam Gareth Ward released a statement on Monday on the deaths of 39 people in Essex.
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered a probe into trafficking of Vietnamese citizens amid fear that Vietnamese are among victims of the 39 people found dead in a semi-trailer truck at an industrial park in Essex, the UK.
They all shared two things in common: they suffered from a disability and were members of a free class taught by Le Thi Hoa.
MUSIC & PERFORMANCES
After Vietnam’s legendary Pho Thin Lo Duc proved popular among customers in Tokyo, Japan, Banh Mi Phuong Hoi An (Ms Phuong Baguette in Hoi An) recently debuted in Seoul, South Korea.
Vietnamese police are working with their Chinese peers to investigate a drug producing ring in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.
A national festival will be held to honour the best environmental films in Hanoi.
The festival is held every three years by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources; Viet Nam Cinematography Association and Viet Nam National Television.
Musical works for cello and piano inspired by Trinh Cong Son (1939-2001)’s songs will be presented at a concert on August 30 in Hanoi.
The prolonged severe drought has dried up thousands of hectares of protection forest in the southern coastal province of Phu Yen, causing many forest fires.
Six suspected of poisoning large areas of pine trees in the Central Highlands Province of Lam Đồng have been arrested, Bao Lam District Police announced on Wednesday.
The total value of Vietnamese fruit market is estimated at $20 to $30 billion. However, this thriving market seems to be neglected by agro firms, while there have been more and more imported fruits showing up in Vietnamese people’s fridges.