The 44th Universal Postal Union (UPU) letter writing contest themed “Tell us about the world you want to grow up in” was launched at Chu Van An School in the northern port city of Haiphong on October 9.
The United Nations' Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) jointly held a seminar in Hanoi on October 9 to discuss child-related issues in the 2016-2020 period.
Though some child prodigies who were born into poor families often receive a poor education, they can still show outstanding abilities if given the chance.
Vietnamese parents today tend to “adore” the western teaching methods, believing that only such advanced methods, not the Vietnamese out-of-date ones, can help turn their children into talents.
The children of this Hoa Dinh Tay Commune were born normal like any others. However, by the age of 10, teeth start to change their color and wear out.
Students from some universities and colleges based in the capital Hanoi have sought ways to eliminate gender stereotypes, which are said one of the roots of continuous gender inequality.
The experts from the Hanoi University of Education believe that primary school students should be given time to learn useful knowledge instead of practicing writing.
A lot of mistakes were made in the past, leading the failure of the plans on the development of many key industries.
Here at the John Von Neumann (JVN) Institute belonging to the HCM City National University, Professor Duong Nguyen Vu and his fellow-workers have been making every effort to grow up Vietnamese young talents.
Vietnamese budget airlines have been making every effort to mobilize more capital and expand their fleets in their plans to provide international flights.