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News Corp. set to unveil iPad newspaper, ‘The Daily’

In Uncategorized on November 22, 2010 at 10:07 am

Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper wins first prize at Press Awards

In Uncategorized on November 17, 2010 at 8:31 am

US newspaper extols Nam Hai resort on Vietnam’s central coast

In Uncategorized on November 5, 2010 at 11:23 am

People’s Army Newspaper presents more relief to flood victims

In Uncategorized on October 27, 2010 at 5:35 am




People’s Army Newspaper presents more relief to flood victims


QĐND – Tuesday, October 26, 2010, 21:23 (GMT+7)

PANO – More relief has been provided for flood victims in two central provinces of Ha Tinh and Quang Binh by representatives from the People’s Army Newspaper and several organisations in Hanoi.


The relief, including mainly clothes, rice, medicines, notebooks and other necessities, were transported by the Transportation Department’s Unit C71, under the General Department of Logistics, from Hanoi.


Recipients in flood-stricken areas, such as Can Loc, Huong Khe and Vu Quang Districts in Ha Tinh Province and Tuyen Hoa, Bo Trach, Quang Trach Districts in Quang Binh, were so moved when receiving the gifts.


Thousands of soldiers have also been sent to these districts to help local people overcome the aftermath of the flooding and help them to return their lives to normal.


In early October, the People’s Army Newspaper also worked with the Thien Duc Investment and Development Joint Stock Company to present relief to flood victims in Quang Binh.


Translated by Duy Minh


 


Source: QDND

SGGP newspaper brings relief to Nghe An flood victims

In Uncategorized on October 24, 2010 at 11:57 am


Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper coordinated with Nghe An Province’s Red Cross to hand over VND100 million (US$5,000) in cash to flood victims in the central province of Nghe An on Saturday.

Representatives from Nghe An Province Red Cross distribute aid relief to flood victims in Hung Nguyen District. (Photo: SGGP)


The working group came to Hung Nguyen, Nam Dan and Nghe Loc, three hardest-hit districts by flood.


The districts have been submerged by floodwaters. Many hamlets have been isolated with many households facing hunger.


SGGP staff witnessed two blind men living in flooded homes in Huong Nguyen District.


Ho Xuan An, a blind man, has to make procedure to send his son to SOS village because his wife was died and he is not able to feed the child.


On October 22 and 23, a delegation of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee, led by Chairman Huynh Dam, visited the flood-hit provinces of Nghe An and Ha Tinh.


Until October 23, the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee received more than VND13 billion ($650,000) from donors nationwide and all the money has been allocated to flood-hit regions.


In addition, A VFF report said that the Fatherland Front Committee in 24 provinces and cities so far handed over more than VND22 billion ($1,100 million) to flood-affected residents in central provinces.


Vietnam Red Cross has received more than VND10 billion ($500,000) from individuals and organizations nationwide.

Source: SGGP

The People’s Army Newspaper and historical landmarks

In Uncategorized on October 18, 2010 at 2:24 pm




The People’s Army Newspaper and historical landmarks


QĐND – Monday, October 18, 2010, 21:19 (GMT+7)


PANO – First circulated on October 20th, 1950, the People’s Army Newspaper has closely grown with the development of the Vietnamese Revolution, of the People’s Army and of the Armed Forces of Vietnam.

The history of the People’s Army Newspaper (PAN) is part of the history of the leadership and organisation of the Communist Party of Vietnam in the cause of resistance wars for the national liberation, as well as the history of building, fighting and working of the People’s Army, armed forces and Vietnamese people, which clearly demonstrated the precise and successful leadership and guidance of the Central Military Commission, the Ministry of Defence and the General Department of Politics.


As an organ of the Central Military Commission and the Defence Ministry, the voice of the armed forces and people of Vietnam, the People’s Army Newspaper has been a reliable and sharp-worded weapon of the Party and the Army in politics, ideology and culture for 60 years now. The Newspaper has also been the voice of the Party, the Army, armed forces and Vietnamese people on important issues of the country and of people.


Moreover, the Newspaper has seen as a mental and political bridge between the Party with the Army and Vietnamese people and an essentially and closely mental food for troops and various readers.


The People’s Army Newspaper has greatly contributed to the revolutionary and developmental cause of the country.


Established during the war against the French colonists, at the same time with the Victory of the Border Campaign in October 1950 and in the new development of the resistance war and the People’s Army of Vietnam, the People’s Army Newspaper became a new effective weapon.


During the historical Dien Bien Phu Campaign, the People’s Army Newspaper made public a special publication, encouraging soldiers and civilians in each battle. The presence of the People’s Army Newspaper on the Dien Bien Phu Front was a success for the Newspaper, particularly speaking, and for the Vietnam Revolutionary Press, generally speaking.


During the period of building the army since peace was set, the Newspaper had a lot of articles to encourage a patriotic emulation movement, “Ba Nhất” (Three Leadings, Leading in military and technical practice, Leading in discipline and model, Leading in work and production), demonstrating movements of “Sóng Duyên Hải” (Coastal Wave) in the industry and among workers, “Gió Đại Phong” (Huge Typhoon) in agriculture and farmers in the North.


In addition, the Newspaper’s articles also actively helped promote patriotism, revolutionary spirit, close sentiments of the North and the South among the Vietnamese people, as well as affirm the armed struggle for the South liberation and national unification.  


As the American imperialists waged a fierce war against North Vietnam, the whole nation of Vietnam was in danger.







Doan Cong Tinh, a newspaper photographer of PAN in Quang Tri  (3-1972)

In late 1964 and early 1965, the Newspaper highlighted the brave, determined example of Battalion 14’s commissar, Nguyen Viet Xuan, whose order was “Look straight at the enemy and shoot”. The order was soon turned into a big propaganda on the Newspaper, praising the strong will and attitude of Vietnamese troops when facing American ruthlessness and weapons.


In fact, the order also reflected the PAN’s will and attitude in the war against the American imperialists for national salvation.


During that time, PAN reporters were assigned to cover activities in fronts and battle-fields. Big movements, emerging examples, daringly political and military comments were featured on the PAN, partly promoting revolutionary heroism and strong determination among the whole soldiers and civilians, step-by-step approaching to the last victory of the sacred resistance war. Movements included “Double work for the South”, “Nothing is more precious than independence and freedom”, “Three Readinesses”, “One wins over 20”, “Life is best at the front against the enemy”, “Going through Truong Son range to save the country” and so on.


Covering the war against the American imperialists for national salvation, PAN developed into a new comprehensive and brilliant height, and became a reliable address of the army and people as well as an international prestigious newspaper in the world. It deserved to be a leading political newspaper of the Press of Vietnam.


Since 1977, when wars were launched on the Southwestern border and in the Northern border, PAN followed Vietnamese volunteers in the neighboring country, Cambodia. Many PAN’s articles deeply featured sacrifices and bright examples of the Vietnam People’s Army, who was determined to protect the nation and to show solidarity and pure and impartial friendship.


During the “Doi Moi” process, PAN was among leading newspapers to analyse and make clear the Party’s Doi Moi viewpoint that Doi Moi was to firmly protect the national independence and socialism; Doi Moi so as to stabilise and develop the country; Doi Moi from the Party to the whole society, in thought and in action.


PAN highly spoke of good examples in the army and localities during this process.


During the fall of Soviet Union and several socialist republics, PAN actively helped brighten the Party’s policies to follow the way that President Ho Chi Minh, the Party, the whole army and people selected.


Besides, PAN reflected initial achievements during the Doi Moi process, greatly contributing to erasing any doubts, fluctuating opinions and wrong points of view among readers and laying a firm foundation for them to strongly believe in the cause of constructing and developing the country.


PAN’s weekly, “PAN at Weekends”, and monthly publications, “Events and Witnesses”, were debuted in 1990 and March 1994 respectively, to meet demand of a large number of readers inside and outside the army.


In early the 21st century, PAN has renovated itself along with strong and deep development of the press. Since December 22nd, 2002, PAN has doubled its daily publication to eight pages, supplying readers more updated news with diversity of contents, featuring all fields in the army and throughout the country.


Also, the Online People’s Army Newspaper was introduced later for domestic and international readers.


Attentively, PAN’s articles have featured big movements among the Party, Army and People including “Studying and Following Ho Chi Minh’s Thoughts”, “Studying and Following the Moral Example of Ho Chi Minh”; highly spoken of the national industrialisation and modernisation and international integration, the cause of constructing the whole people’s national defence closely linking with people’s security and building a regular, elite, modern and revolutionary army.


PAN has lively and directly reflected army units readiness for newly and urgent-assigned tasks, daring to sacrifice to save the lives of people in floods, assisting local citizens in poverty and hunger elimination and preventing social evils.


PAN has proved the tradition of Uncle Ho’s Soldiers in the new period.


Furthermore, a lot of articles printed and posted on PAN have criticised wrong and hostile viewpoints with tricks aimed at separating the great national solidarity bloc, the Party and the Government from people.


For 60 years now, PAN has greatly contributed to the revolutionary war and the national construction and defence. Its great achievements have been recognised by the Party, the State and the Army as well. In 2000, PAN received the title of “Hero of the People’s Armed Forces”. In 2005, PAN was honorably conferred the “Yellow Star Medal”, the most noble of the nation.


This year, on its 60th birth anniversary, PAN received the title “Labor Hero” recognising its outstanding achievements during the Doi Moi process and the cause of the national construction and defence.


With various noble titles, PAN is deserved to its name which was named by Uncle Ho and be the newspaper of Heroic People’s Army of Vietnam forever.


Compiled by Manh Hung


Translated by Mai Huong


Source: QDND

SGGP Newspaper gives relief aids to central flood victims

In Uncategorized on October 13, 2010 at 7:46 am

Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper has cooperated with the central province of Quang Binh’s Red Cross to provide instant noodles and mineral water for flood-hit victims on isolated islets in Gianh River on October 7.

A grandmother and her grandchild on Minh Ha islet eat instant noodles after being hungry for several days.

The areas including Con Nam, Tan Dinh, Minh Ha and Dong Thanh were the most heavily damaged places in the province. More than 3,200 residents have been hungry and cold for four days.

After launching the program “For the central flood victims” on October 5, the newspaper has received VND300 million (US$15,000) from the Sai Gon Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SCB), VND100 million from Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) and 2 tons or rice from HCM City Food Company.

Until the evening of October 7, the Ho Chi Minh City Relief Agency has received more than VND3.8 billion from individuals, organizations and agencies.

48 people were dead by the floods in the central region. Among them, Ha Tinh reported 7 dead, Nghe An  5, Quang Binh 33, and Quang Tri 3. 18 people are still missing and 19 were injured, according to the statistics on October 7.

All passengers who were stuck at the train stations were cleared by 12 pm on the same day.
The Vietnam Railway reopens all Thong Nhat ( from Hanoi to HCM city ) trains on October 8.



Related articles:
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Source: SGGP

Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper wins at the city’s Press Award

In Uncategorized on June 18, 2010 at 4:36 am

Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper (SGGP) won the first prize in the category for Documentary, investigative report and reportage of the 28th Ho Chi Minh City Press Award for the investigative report titled, “Training PhD: Quality or Quantity?” by Linh An and Tien Dat.


Another investigative report titled, “Critics pan company proposal to rebuild HCMC children’s hospital,” by Tuong Lam of the SGGP took third place in the same category.


A series of reports titled, “Party and people: from theory to reality,” by the Department of Politics and Party Building of SGGP, took the A prize in the category for special reports, radio & TV programs.


The newspaper took the second and third prizes in the category for remarks and editorial for stories entitled, “Keeping a watchful eye on A/H1N1 influenza,” by Dao Tuan Anh and “Who is God” by Chien Dung.


SGGP also earned a second place prize and two third place prizes in the category for interviews, reports and notes for articles: “New day on Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago” by Minh Tu, “Incredible strange thing of a primary school with more than 100 classes” by Le Linh and “More than VND700 billion (US$35 million) invested in building a biological lake to improve Ba Bo canal” by Ai Van.


Meanwhile a photo report of Tuoi Tre Newspaper won the first prize of the category for photojournalism.


The HCM City Journalists’ Association will award 55 prizes in five categories at the 28th Ho Chi Minh City Press Award on June 21, the Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day.


Another press award highlighting national unity, jointly held by the HCMC Fatherland Front Committee and the municipal Journalists’ Association, will be launched from June 21 to October 1, to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the founding of the National Front for the Unification of Vietnam (November 18, 1930).


Contestants should send their stories to the organizers at 55 Mac Dinh Chi Street and 14 Alexandre de Rhodes Street in District 1.


 

Source: SGGP

SGGP newspaper brings reliefs to flood victims

In Vietnam Society on October 1, 2009 at 9:58 am

The staff of Sai Gon Giai Phong’s representative office in the central region took two tons of rice and 200 cartons of noodles on September 30 to donate to people in flood-ravaged Hoa Xuan Commune, Cam Le District, Danang City.








SGGP donated relief materials for victims of Typhoon Ketsana in the central region on September 30. (Photo: SGGP)

Two motorboats and a coracle were used to transport the relief materials and it took the SGGP staff more than an hour reach the commune.


After receiving the donation, relief workers immediately went around to distribute it. Ho Thi Can, 85, whose house has been flooded, was happy to get a box of noodles.


Local resident Nguyen Van Toan said there are 2,000 houses in the commune, all of which are submerged in 1.7 meters of water.


Authorities have evacuated 1,700 people from 467 homes and most people lack food and water.


SGGP reporters saw a mother looking for her 20-year-old son who is missing since going out to buy food in a small boat.


People later informed her of his death.


Many individuals and businesses have come to SGGP’s office to donate money to victims of Typhoon Ketsana.


Phong Vu Computer Joint Stock Company and Diep Bach Duong Real Estate Company each gave VND20 million, An Binh Bank gave VND10 million, and Bui Trung Chu, 83, of Gia Lam, Hanoi, also gave VND10 million.


SGGP has so far raised VND50 million and donations continue to pour in from around the country.


At least 35 people have died so far, 73 have been injured, and 12 others remain missing in severe flooding caused in the central region by Typhoon Ketsana, the ninth tropical storm to hit Vietnam this season.


The Central Highlands province of Kon Tum reported nine deaths, Binh Dinh five, and Da Nang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, and Thua Thien-Hue three each.


To make donations to help the victims, please contract SGGP at Community Program Department, Sai Gon Giai Phong newspaper, 438 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City.


Source: SGGP

Russian newspaper hails Vietnam’s land and people

In Uncategorized on September 23, 2008 at 4:02 pm

Moscow (VNA) – An article on Vietnam’s land and people was published on a Russian newspaper, praising Vietnamese people and the country’s achievements on socio-economy and tourism.

The article, entitled “Coming to Vietnam a week, wanting to stay there forever”, was published on “ Moscow afternoon” newspaper on September 22 with a series of photographs on military parade, President Ho Chi Minh, rice harvest and roads with bicycles.

The Vietnamese people not only love and are proud of their country but also very hospitable, the newspaper said, adding that Vietnam has potential of tourism as the country boasts a warm year-round climate, beautiful beaches with white sand and many landscapes.

With impressive achievements on socio-economic development, Vietnam is emerging as a tourism destination for international travelers who, once live and travel in Vietnam, will enjoy cheaper service charges than other developing countries in the world and will feel safety and freedom, the newspaper said.-