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New bi-lingual website designed to support high school English teachers

In Uncategorized on October 13, 2010 at 8:03 am

British Council, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Training, will launch a competition to promote a fantastic new bi-lingual website www.teachingenglish.edu.vn designed specifically for upper secondary teachers of English teaching textbooks grade 10, 11 and 12 in Vietnam.

The website’s surface. The website desigend to help high school English teachers

The organizers will officially announce the launch of the competition at the Grand Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City on September 17. Key figures from the Ministry of Education as well as ELT specialists and teachers from 6 provinces in the south of Vietnam will attend the ceremony.


With a wealth of materials already available on the net for teachers and learners of English, the Ministry of Education have worked with the British Council to create a unique website for Vietnam which links this abundance of materials directly back to the English course books for Grades 10, 11 and 12.


Mr Nguyen Vinh Hien, Vice Minister of Education and Training, says: “The site is a very useful source of materials for both teachers and learners of English in Vietnam especially for upper secondary school sector, which can help meet the need for strengthening the English teaching and learning capacity.”


The website provides teachers with useful teaching resources, techniques and methodologies which have been consulted by Vietnamese and British specialists. With this support, teachers can improve their teaching skills and use the materials effectively in their daily teaching”


For teachers who need to fulfil the requirements of the curriculum but also want to motivate their learners through more interactive activities, it is now just a simple matter of logging on to www.teachingenglish.edu.vn, clicking on the grade and unit you are teaching and selecting an activity to supplement your lesson. Guidelines for using the activities are in both English and Vietnamese. And there are also low-tech options for using the materials in classrooms without a computer.


Teachers can also find tips on dealing with a range of everyday problems such as correcting errors and managing large classes. There is also a section on professional development and opportunities to become part of a global network of teachers via our online forum.


Simon Beardow, Deputy Director, British Council, says, ‘The teaching English website is a great example of how British Council’s Access English project remains committed to working in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Training to provide teachers of English across Vietnam with access to quality teaching resources and opportunities to engage with other English teachers from around the world.’


Access English is a 4-year project developed and run by the British Council in partnership with ministries of education in nine countries in East Asia including Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

Although there is great diversity in the region, what the above countries share is a need for support in developing national English language teaching agendas at both primary and secondary level. The project aims to provide support to changes in English language teaching in three areas: support for policy makers, support for teacher educators and support for teachers.

Source: SGGP

Website on Hanoi launches Japanese version

In Uncategorized on August 5, 2010 at 11:20 am

The Thang Long-Hanoi website of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) officially launched its Japanese language version on August 3.

Press conference on launching Thang Long – Hanoi website.The website now has information in five languages – Vietnamese, English, French, Spanish and Japanese, just four months after inauguration.

The version, available at http://jp.hanoi.vietnamplus.vn will provide details of activities to mark the 1,000 th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi as well as information about Hanoi .


It will also include useful information on Vietnam for Japanese readers.


As Japanese people love Hanoi and want to learn more about the capital city of Vietnam , a website in the Japanese language is the most effective way to bring them to Hanoi , Japanese Ambassador Sakaba Mitsuo said at the function.


He also spoke highly of the efforts of VNA and VietnamPlus, VNA’s e-newspaper, in building the website.


Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao said he believed the multilingual website would make a difference, helping to enrich forms of information access on Thang Long-Hanoi and attract more readers to the site.


According to VNA Vice General Director Ha Minh Hue, despite difficulties with a Japanese language editor shortage, the agency has worked hard to launch the site, considering it an initial step for future media products in the Japanese language.


VNA’s Vietnam Pictorial website currently runs a Japanese version.

Source: SGGP

Website on AIPA 31 launched

In Uncategorized on June 19, 2010 at 4:24 pm




Website on AIPA 31 launched


QĐND – Saturday, June 19, 2010, 20:51 (GMT+7)

PANO – The official website of the 31st General Assembly of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA-31) was launched in Hanoi on June 18th


From September 19th to 25th, AIPA-31 General Assembly, an important diplomatic event in Vietnam this year, will be held by the Vietnam National Assembly. This is a good chance for Vietnam to present its role in the region.


The website at the address: http://www.aipa31.na.gov.vn, provides information about AIPA, its organisational structure, its members and activities during the AIPA-31. 


The same day, the AIPA-31 organising committee introduced a book introducing AIPA’s history and development, the Vietnam National Assembly’s contributions to AIPA. 


Translated by Duy Minh


Source: QDND

Additional website opens for Hue festival 2010

In Uncategorized on June 9, 2010 at 10:52 pm

Apart from the official website http://huefestival.com, another site about Hue Festival 2010 has opened to provide visitors with all the information they need about the weeklong party.

The site, http://agreenet.vn, about Hue Festival 2010 has just been launched on June 7.

The site, http://agreenet.vn/, commenced running on June 7.

According to the site’s administrators of the Hue University of Science, the webpage provides the locations, dates and times of more than 70 performances and 100 cultural activities associated with the festival, while also directing visitors to ticket offices, hotels, ATMs and more.

Visitors can also access the website for information about popular tourist attractions in Hue.

Source: SGGP

Website on poverty reduction makes debut

In Uncategorized on May 6, 2010 at 4:40 pm




Website on poverty reduction makes debut


QĐND – Thursday, May 06, 2010, 21:37 (GMT+7)

A website providing information about poverty reduction in the country’s 62 poorest districts officially made its debut in Hanoi on May 6.


Ngo Truong Thi, Vice Director of the Department of Social Protection under the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA), said the website is designed to provide official, timely and comprehensive information about the implementation of the government’s Resolution 30A regarding rapid and sustainable poverty reduction in the targeted districts.


Along with introducing concerned documents, the website, at http://giamngheo.molisa.gov.vn, will keep readers updated on the progress of implementing the programme as well as experiences of outstanding individuals who successfully escape from poverty.


According to MoLISA, after one year of performing the resolution, the rate of poor households in these districts dropped from 47 percent in 2008 to 43 percent in late 2009.


The government earmarked almost 5.43 trillion VND for the poor districts to carry out Resolution 30A in 2009 and 2010, reported the ministry.


Forty-two State-owned groups, corporations and businesses pledged to grant more than 2.1 trillion VND to support the districts in the 2009-2020 period, of which 723 billion VND was doled out in 2009.


By the end of the first quarter of 2010, the beneficiary districts had built over 73,000 houses for poor families, 167 district-level infrastructure projects and 520 commune-level works.


As part of the programme, a total of 180,000 poor households were provided with free-of-charge saplings and animals for farming and rice as food.


Enterprises joined hands with local authorities to send almost 1,700 poor workers to Libya, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates, where they have earned a stable income of between 4-6.5 million VND a month.


In terms of personnel, 14 provinces sent 240 young officials from provincial and district-level agencies to work in the poor districts.


The programme has set a target of reducing the number of poor households in the districts to 40 percent by the end of 2010 and to the regional average by 2020.


Source: VNA


Source: QDND

Website for handicapped Vietnamese launched

In Politics-Society on March 23, 2010 at 4:16 pm




Website for handicapped Vietnamese launched


QĐND – Tuesday, March 23, 2010, 20:55 (GMT+7)

The Association for the Support of Vietnamese Handicapped and Orphans (ASVHO) has officially launched their website at http://www.asvho.org.vn on March 23.


Addressing the launching ceremony, Deputy Minister of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs Dam Huu Dac spoke highly of efforts by the association and the Belgian Embassy’s financial assistance have in the building of the website.


The website plays an important role for Vietnamese who are handicapped or orphans, affirmed Dac, adding that it will be a forum for them to share information and life experiences as well as to learn about their legitimate rights and interests, helping them integrate into the society.


The website includes 13 main sections, covering information about the ASVHO, its organisation and operation, policies and laws relating to the handicapped and orphans, and tips for taking care of the disabled.


Nguyen Dinh Lieu, ASVHO Chairman, said that the website will be continually improved to better serve those in need.


Source: VNA


Source: QDND

A website on Thang Long-Hanoi activated

In Politics-Society on March 19, 2010 at 4:43 pm




A website on Thang Long-Hanoi activated


QĐND – Friday, March 19, 2010, 20:39 (GMT+7)

PANO – The Hanoi People’s Committee and the Vietnam News Agency on March 18th officially put the website www.hanoi.vietnamplus.vn with four versions of Vietnamese, English, Spanish and French into operation.


The website aims to introduce updated information on 1,000 years of Thang Long-Hanoi and other beautiful landscapes throughout Vietnam to international and domestic audiences.


In addition, numerous activities relating to the economy and socio-culture will also be posted on this website.


Hundreds of items of news and articles in four languages have been included to date.


Notably, precious photos of ancient Hanoi and daily routines of Hanoians since as far back as the 19th century are available for viewers.


Translated by Mai Huong


Source: QDND

Smart health website activated

In Politics-Society on February 26, 2010 at 3:19 pm




Smart health website activated


QĐND – Thursday, February 25, 2010, 22:11 (GMT+7)

PANO – www.thuoc.vn, a website to provide thorough assistance in health check-ups and treatment to patients, was activated on February 24th in Hanoi.


As introduced, patients’ records are saved in computers to help doctors track patient records and prescriptions. Also, the system helps doctors share information with each other, as well as with patients and pharmacies.


It is the first time that people can create health records for themselves and their family’s members in the website.


Translated by Hoang Anh  


Source: QDND

Islamists claim Russian train bombing: rebel website

In World on December 3, 2009 at 2:35 am

Islamists from the North Caucasus have claimed responsibility for the deadly bombing of a Russian passenger train, according to a statement posted Wednesday on a website linked to Chechen rebels.








Rescue workers inspect a damaged carriage of a train which derailed as it travelled between Moscow and Saint Petersburg

“This operation was prepared and executed along with other acts of sabotage, planned from the start of this year and successfully carried out against a set of strategically important sites in Russia, on the orders of Caucasus Emir Dokku Umarov,” said the statement on the website KavkazCenter.com.


Umarov is the self-proclaimed leader of the “Caucasus Emirate,” which has sought to unite various Islamist groups in Russia’s North Caucasus and establish Islamic Sharia rule in the region.


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Labor export website launches

In Vietnam Society on November 28, 2009 at 3:18 pm

The Department of Overseas Labor unveiled a website on labor export, www.dolab.gov.vn, November 27 in Hanoi.









Department head Nguyen Ngoc Quynh said that the website aims to computerize State management as well as provide information on labor export.


People can log on to the site for information about markets, recruitment, policies, and procedures to work abroad.


Minister of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs, Ms.Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan praised the launch of the website and expressed hope it would improve efficiency of labor export matters.


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