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Vietnam Airlines awarded Ho Chi Minh Order

In Uncategorized on January 8, 2011 at 4:07 am




Vietnam Airlines awarded Ho Chi Minh Order


QĐND – Friday, January 07, 2011, 21:31 (GMT+7)

PANO – Vietnam Airlines yesterday received the Ho Chi Minh Order given by the State President Nguyen Minh Triet with the presence of Vice-President Nguyen Thi Doan, Minister of Transportation Ho Nghia Dung and representatives from various ministries, sectors and units under Vietnam Airlines.


Addressing the solemn event, Vietnam Airlines’ CEO, Mr. Pham Ngoc Minh recalled advantages and challenges experienced by the corporation. Since its establishment 15 years ago, the corporation has played a vital role in the domestic air transportation and its position and prestige in the international airline community has been promoted.


At present Vietnam Airlines has 44 international routes to 26 destinations in 15 countries and 35 domestic routes to 20 destinations. Back in 1995, the Airlines conducted flights only 21 international and 20 domestic routes.


As planned, by 2020, its fleet will consist of 163 planes instead of 70 currently, including B787, A350 while its international routes will be more than 120 to reach 65 spots worldwide and its turnover is expected to be around US $7 billion per year.


Vietnam Airlines has become the 10th member of the SkyTeam.


Over the past 15 years, Vietnam Airlines has transported over 82 million passengers. The number of 2010 only stayed at 12.3 million.


Speaking at the event, Minister of Transportation, Ho Nghia Dung, appreciated the corporation’s efforts and hoped that Vietnam Airlines would become a strong economic group and play a key role in air transportation in Vietnam and Indochina.


On behalf of the President Nguyen Minh Triet, Vice-President Nguyen Thi Doan pinned Ho Chi Minh Order on Vietnam Airlines’ traditional flag and handed over the decision to the corporation’s leaders.


Also on this occasion, some Vietnam Airlines’ leaders were also awarded with the Labour Order, second class and 4 units received certificates of merit given by the Prime Minister.


Reported by Phuc Thang


Translated by Mai Huong


Source: QDND

Vietnamese-born student awarded educational prize in Australia

In Uncategorized on December 16, 2010 at 9:40 am

Twenty-one year old Vietnamese migrant who arrived as an injured has been awarded the title of most excellent student in Australia’s western state of Queensland for 2010, which is a part of Australia’s annual international Training and Education Awards.

Vietnamese Australian K’Chin

K’Chin was born in Vietnam’s Central Highlands province of Lam Dong. He suffered a serious leg injury when he was one month old.


Until he was 13 years old, an Australian charity, Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children proposed to treat him.


Doctors first treated his malnourishment before they began a series of 16 major operations.


Three and a half years, later K’Chin went back to Vietnam, where he lived in an orphanage because his family could not support him. Complications forced him to return to Australia for more treatment.


The care has been successful and the 21-year old can now walk. Illiterate and unable to speak English when he arrived in Australia eight years ago, K’Chin has since conquered two languages.


He said at the awarding ceremony he was honoured and the award was beyond his expectations.


His school friends from St. James College in the city of Brisbane have also elected him to head up the school’s student association next year.



Source: SGGP

65 construction projects awarded Gold Cup

In Uncategorized on November 14, 2010 at 1:59 pm

Professor Chau awarded honorary doctorate

In Uncategorized on August 12, 2010 at 7:20 am

Vietnam National University in Hanoi August 11 awarded Professor Ngo Bao Chau with an honorary doctorate for the occasion of his visit to the university.

Professor Ngo Bao Chau is a potential candidate for the world’s most prestigious mathematic Fields Award. (Photo:diendantinhoc.org)


At the meeting with Chau at the Hanoi – Vietnam National University, where he studied, Professor Mai Trong Thuan, director of the university, invited Chau to become a member of the university’s strategic advisory board.


Hanoi – Vietnam National University wants Chau, who is a professor at the University of Chicago, to help form a bridge between the prestigious American institution and the university.


Chau is now a potential candidate for the world’s most prestigious mathematic Fields Award, which will be announced at the 26th International Congress of Mathematics in Hyderabad, India on August 19.


Chau said that if he has the honor of winning the Fields Award, he would donate all his prize money to poor Vietnamese students.


Ngo Bao Chau was born in 1972. He majored in mathematics at Hanoi University of Natural Sciences.


In 1988, Chau won the gold medal at the International Mathematics Olympiad in Australia. In 1989, he won another gold medal at the International Mathematics Olympiad in Germany.


Chau defended his doctoral dissertation in France when he was just 25.



 

Source: SGGP

41 businesses awarded in HCM City

In Uncategorized on July 15, 2010 at 4:52 pm




41 businesses awarded in HCM City


QĐND – Thursday, July 15, 2010, 20:43 (GMT+7)

The HCM City Computers Association (HCA) held a ceremony on July 14 to present gold medals and 5 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) awards to 41 outstanding Vietnamese businesses.


This year’s Gold Medals and 5 ICT awards went to those businesses with a minimum turnover of VND20 billion operating in the field of software, digital services and training, and others with a turnover of VND50 billion in the fields of hardware, retail and integrated systems services.


The General Secretary of the HCA, Pham Thien Nghe, said that the award winner turnover account for nearly 40 percent of the ICT sector’s total revenues, proving the important role of ICT businesses in the country.


The Financing and Promoting Technology Corporation (FPT) still takes the lead, followed by Samsung Vina, CMS, HPT and five new Vietnamese information technology companies including the Tan Binh Electronics Joint Stock Company, Vien Son Information Technology Company, Global Cybershort and Sai Gon Advanced Technology Institute.


Source: VOV


Source: QDND

Youth volunteers awarded Gold Star for national service

In Uncategorized on July 15, 2010 at 12:47 pm

State President Nguyen Minh Triet pinned the Order of the Gold Star to the flag of the youth volunteers on July 14 in a meeting to mark the force’s 60th anniversary.

President Nguyen Minh Triet presents the Gold Star Order during the VN Voluntary Youth Force’s meeting. (Photo:VNA)


Triet said that the award was in recognition of the great contribution to national construction and defense that the youth volunteers have made.


“The founding and history of the Vietnam youth volunteers’ forces are associated with milestone events in the nation’s glorious history, such as the wars of resistance, the victory at Dien Bien Phu, the struggles for national salvation and reunification and the movement for building new settlements,” said the State leader.


He reiterated that the Party and State have paid a lot attention to updating policies and regulations on social welfare in favor of the youth volunteers to improve their living conditions.


Triet hailed the Ex-Youth Volunteers’ Association as a bridge that has spanned different generations of veterans to help each other in life and work together with reducing poverty.


He urged the association to uphold the force’s tradition from generation to generation in an effort to safeguard the country and contribute to building a prosperous and powerful Vietnam.


Also present at the celebrations was the Vice Chairman of the National Assembly, Nguyen Duc Kien, who awarded the youth volunteers’ force in the battle of Dien Bien Phu and the youth volunteer force codenamed K-53 with the title People’s Armed Forces Hero.


The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union took the opportunity to confer certificates of merits on 60 individuals including ex-youth volunteers, who fulfilled their missions during the wars and volunteers during the new era of development for their great achievements in the movement to “Study and work following Ho Chi Minh’s Moral Example”.


The meeting on the morning of July 14 was also attended by the former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Le Kha Phieu, CPV Politburo member and Hanoi Party Secretary Pham Quang Nghi as well as 1,000 youth volunteers and veterans.


On July 15, 60 years ago, the first youth volunteers’ force was founded to provide logistical services for the war under the decision of the then President Ho Chi Minh.

Source: SGGP

22 works awarded at Int’l FICTS festival

In Uncategorized on May 31, 2010 at 11:42 pm




22 works awarded at Int’l FICTS festival


QĐND – Monday, May 31, 2010, 20:59 (GMT+7)


Twenty two movies have been selected for awards at the fifth Vietnam International FICTS festival – Sport, Tourism Movies and TV which ended in the central city of Da Nang on May 30.

Out of 92 participating films by 34 domestic and foreign studios, six films each won the first and second prizes, three films were awarded the individual prizes and seven others received the jury board prize.


With the largest number of entries ever since, the festival has seen remarkable progress in the quality of works.


Source: VNA/ Photo: Tuoi Tre


Source: QDND

Housing Corporation awarded Labour Hero title

In Politics-Society on October 15, 2009 at 9:35 am




Housing Corporation awarded Labour Hero title


QĐND – Wednesday, October 14, 2009, 22:10 (GMT+7)

State President Nguyen Minh Triet on October 14 conferred the Labour Hero title on the Housing and Urban Development Corporation (HUD) to mark its 20th founding anniversary (October 10, 1989-October 10, 2009).


President Triet praised the outstanding achievements recorded by HUD over the last 20 years, emphasising that the Corporation has played an important role in building houses for workers and the States employees.


The model of building residential areas and new urban areas initiated by HUD should be implemented by others, he noted.


The State leader called on HUD and other businesses to build more houses to serve the national social welfare programme and contribute to the nation’s development process.


He also asked HUD to continue developing building urban areas in provinces and cities nationwide and focus on building more houses for workers, students and low-income earners.


The HUD trademark has become more and more popular on the local market thanks to its successful implementation of major projects to develop modern urban areas, such as Dinh Cong, My Dinh II, Viet Hung, Linh Dam, Van Quan, and Phap Van-Tu Hiep.


Since June 2000, HUD has developed under the form of a state-owned Corporation, with a focus on developing high-rise buildings, urban areas and key economic zones in all three regions of the country. The Corporation has contributed greatly to the national social welfare programme. Recently, HUD was chosen by the Ministry of Construction as a key partner in the project to build Vietnam Housing and Urban Development Group in the near future.


Source: VOV


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Outstanding small entrepreneurs to be awarded

In Uncategorized on August 7, 2008 at 2:17 pm

– Outstanding credit officials and micro entrepreneurs nationwide will receive the “Citi Micro-Entrepreneurs” award which was funded by the US’s Citibank in Vietnam .

At a press conference in Hanoi on August 6, Citibank Vietnam General Director Brett Krause said the award aims to assist Vietnamese micro-entrepreneurs in doing business and encourage them to provide financial services for the poor.

It will also honour outstanding micro-businesses who helped improve their families’ living standards, create jobs for local people and contribute to locality’s economic development, he added.

The director highlighted Vietnam’s achievements in poverty reduction and its high growth rate of micro finance.

He also said that about 80 percent of Vietnamese poor people will be likely to receive micro financial services, mainly short-term loans and savings.

The award, worth 5-9 million VND each and co-organised by the Vietnam Micro-Finance Working Group and the Citibank’s fund, will be presented in December as scheduled.

Last year, 60 outstanding micro entrepreneurs and 30 credit officials from rural and isolated areas of Vietnam who escaped from poverty and succeeded in business thanks to micro-loans received the award.

Since its establishment in 1993, the US bank has so far financed more than 15 billion VND (close to 1 million USD) for volunteer and community programmes in Vietnam and it has made a lot of contributions to the country’s financial market.-

IPhO 2008 excellent students awarded

In Uncategorized on July 29, 2008 at 1:23 pm

A ceremony to present awards to winners at the 39th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO), hosted by Vietnam for the first time, was held in Hanoi on July 28.

The eight-day Olympiad saw 376 students from 82 countries and territories compete in theory and practice tests. Among them, 46 students won golds, 47 took silvers, 78 – bronzes and 87 others received certificates of merits.

Chinese student Longzhi Tan recorded the highest results with 44.6 marks out of the total 50 marks, including 20 marks for the practice test. He also bagged an award for the best result in the theory test.

A Taiwanese student, Yi-shu Wei, earned another award after obtaining the whole 20 marks for the practice test.

China and Taiwan led the competition with five golds, followed by the Republic of Korea , India , the US and Vietnam , each earned four golds.

Vietnam , with four golds and one bronze, recorded its best result at an international physics olympiad.

Addressing the award ceremony, Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan congratulated the students after a tense competition.

He wished them to continue their efforts to become excellent scientists who will contribute their talents to the noble purposes, to their own countries’ development, and to the peace in the world.

IPhO Acting President Maija Ahtee expressed his thanks to the Vietnamese leaders for their coordination in successfully organising the 39th IPhO.

On behalf of the next IPhO organiser, Mexico , Prof. De Coss Gomez Romeo Humber, head of the Mexican delegation, congratulated Vietnam for its hosting the IPhO 2008, which, he said, would be an example for next events.

Mexico is scheduled to host the 40th IPhO in Merida city from July 12-19, 2009.-