Vietnamese Talents

Four Vietnamese authors awarded Inoue Yasushi Prize

 Four Vietnamese authors awarded Inoue Yasushi Prize

The third Inoue Yasushi Awards by the Japan Foundation and Inoue Yasushi Memorial Foundation honoured four Vietnamese authors for their thesis on novels by Japanese writers.

Young doctor pursues nuclear medicine to improve cancer treatment

Doctor Mai Hồng Sơn, who works at the 108 Military Central Hospital in Hanoi, did not choose nuclear medicine in the first place yet 10 years of hard work and diligent learning have turned him into an award-winning expert

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Young scientist receives 2020 Golden Globe Award

Doan Le Hoang Tan, deputy director of the Centre for Innovative Materials and Architectures was recently honoured as one of the 10 outstanding young scientists.

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Young people from across ASEAN work together in Hanoi

A festival reviewing co-operative activities between young people in Vietnam and other Southeast Asian nations this year was held in Hanoi on Sunday.

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Vietnamese, Japanese youths’ 25-year cooperation marked in Hanoi

A ceremony was held in Hanoi on December 23 to mark the 20th anniversary of the Vietnam Alumni Club of Youth Friendship (VACYF) and the 25th year of cooperation between Vietnamese and Japanese youths.

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Scrap fabric co-operative offers disabled people hope

A disabled man in Hanoi has helped dozens of other disabled people find jobs from leftover fabric.

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Third Vietnam Young Talent Congress opens

The third Vietnam Young Talent Congress opened in Hanoi on December 13, with the attendance of 400 delegates.

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First Vietnamese scientist wins Noam Chomsky awards

Associate. Prof. Tran Xuan Bach from Hanoi Medical University has become the first Vietnamese person to be presented with the Noam Chomsky Global Connections Award.

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