European countries Austria, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, the Czech Republic, Spain, Sweden, Italia and the Wallonia-Brussels Federation will present works which have recently been published in Vietnamese at the 3rd European Book Day in HCMC Book Street from May 12-20.
“The young scientists” collection of four magazines which is based on the latest Singapore MOE (Ministry of Education) Primary Science Syllabus and complemented with PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examination) format questions has been released in Vietnam.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc highlighted Vietnam’s significant achievements in 2017 in an article published in a special issue titled “The Year Ahead 2018: Hope Against Rage” of the international media organisation Project Syndicate.
Three scientists have made Vietnamese science history, having their work published in one the most prestigious journal in the field of physics, Physical Review Letters, on January 9, an event said to be paving way for more pronounced presence of Vietnamese works in the international science community.
Customs officials at Da Nang International Airport on May 12 seized 98 tourist handbooks published in China with incorrect map of Vietnam that did not feature Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelago.