The summary ceremony of the educational project ‘Programming Your Future with Google’ has been held recently to display the most excellent products developed by primary pupils in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) as well as the southern provinces of Vinh Long and Tien Giang.
Along with the project ‘smart city’ based on digitizing data and taking advantage of social networks as well as smartphones, since 2018, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) has established the goal of offering smart public services to its citizens and businesses. The building of an architecture frame for an e-government is considered the essential initial step.
Schools are normally considered one of the three most important environments to form reading habit, especially among young children. However, in reality, the reading environment in primary schools in Vietnam cannot reach the expectation.
Viber, one of the popular communication applications on mobile devices, officially introduced its community in Vietnam yesterday in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). This signals its promising return with more services for users.
The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and Qualcomm Incorporated launched the project DevelopHer yesterday in Hanoi. The project aims at offering opportunities for Vietnamese businesswomen to widen their trading knowledge to achieve success in career.
The Medical Center of the Ho Chi Minh City University of Medicine and Pharmacy has just introduced the Simulation Training Room for Anesthesiology, located at the Department of Anesthesiology of the center.
The Ministry of Information and Communications announced yesterday in Hanoi that the campaign to change Vietnamese 11-digit mobile phone numbers to 10-digt ones would be launched in September this year. However, in the press conference, representatives of mobile network providers have not introduced any practical aid to mobile phone subscribers.