Update news vietnamese youth
A survey conducted at the HCM City Psychiatric Hospital found that 13.8 percent of adolescents who visit a doctor because of mental health problems suffer from depression.
A dialogue between the Prime Minister and youths will be held in both online and in-person formats on March 26 on the occasion of the 92nd anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union.
Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee and Vietnam Young Talent Assistance Foundation announced a list of ten outstanding young Vietnamese faces and ten promising young faces in 2022.
Many young people are turning to roadside petrol stations as a preferred picture location.
By the time he turned 27, Phan Thanh Quoc had visited 30 countries and 150 cities. And now he is working to earn enough money to take a trip around the world after the Covid-19 pandemic ends.
At the age of 29, Phan Thanh Quoc has visited 30 nations and 150 cities.
Vietnamese businessman and doctor have been honoured as outstanding young leaders of Asia in 2021 by Asian Youth Council (AYC) for their significant contributions to the community.
For the first time, a representative of Vietnamese youth has attended and delivered a speech at a special plenary session held by the Conference on Disarmament (CD) on the occasion of the International Youth Day (August 12).
Luu Minh Khuong, a ‘million view’ TikToker, has given away 150 of his photos to laborers and created a job forum for 6,000 people interested in photography.
Learning languages that were not too popular in the past is becoming a new trend among youths.
Twenty-two young people have been chosen to take part in the 2021 Australia - Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue (AVLD), slated for early September, with each country having 11 delegates.
When she was 10 years old, Mai Ngoc Hien, who won a scholarship in 2018 worth $160,000 to study neuroscience at Ohio Wesleyan University, read a book that she had borrowed from a friend about Issac Newton’s research activities.
Dr Do Pham Nguyet Thanh, born in 1995, an expert at the Biomedical Research Center under the Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine, has been honored as one of HCMC 2020 Outstanding Young Citizens thanks to her active contributions to the community.
Tran Ha Duong, who has a doctorate in public policy from Harvard University and works for a large corporation in Vietnam, said for a long time the prestigious school was a far-fetched goal for him.
A young Mong ethnic minority man has become the first person in his community to earn a master's degree.
Bui Minh Tuan, lecturer at the Meteorology and Oceanography Faculty under the Hanoi University of Natural Sciences, has been nominated for the Ta Quang Buu Award this year for his research on weather forecasting.
Having parents with severe illnesses who could not pay to send their kids to tutoring did not lessen Thong’s eagerness to learn and achieve.
Having experienced a difficult period of time finding directions for the future, a pair of twin sisters decided to establish an online platform to advise and troubleshoot problems for young people who are struggling to find goals for life.