• EC anti-dumping taxes affect Vietnamese women footwear workers

    The European Commission (EC)’s decision to slap primary anti-dumping duties of 4.2 percent on leather shoes imported from Vietnam has affected half a million leather shoe workers (most of whom being women) and a high number of workers involved in supporting sectors.

  • Invitation letter

    From: Ha Thi Khiet
  • Alex Hopes to Become the American Ambassador to Vietnam

    With a great passion for Vietnam, Madam Kathleen Huff gave up her position as Head of the Psychology Department at Arkansas University, America in 1998. Instead she took up work at World Concern, a non-government organization in Seatle (America), who needed an expert for their job-generation project for disabled youths in Da Nang, Quang Nam and Hai Duong, Vietnam.
  • Verses of the Historical May

    “As if Uncle Ho was here on the Victory Day” – the exciting rhythms of this song often remind me of the wonderful moments right after the liberation of the South on 30th April 1975.

  • Viet Nam, Cambodia Aim to End People Trafficking

    A meeting on anti - trafficking was jointly held by the Ministry of Public Security and the Cambodian Ministry of the Internal Affairs at Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Classes for Laotians Organized in Vietnam

    As relations between Lao and Vietnam grow, Laotian learners have spent time in Vietnam during the rice harvest period to observe the speed at which rice plants grow each day.

  • Embroidered Picture - Another Story of Uncle Ho

    The embroidery picture was a present of Uncle Ho to the late US colonel Stephen L.Nordlinger 60 years ago. It has been kept by his family, up to three generations, as a precious thing in the living room.

  • Women Leaders’ Network Meeting

    Manila, Philipines
    October 2-4, 1996

  • Women Leaders’ Network Meeting: Ottawa - Hull, Canada - September 13-16, 1997

    In the Declaration and Recommendations of the Women Leaders' Network at its second meeting in 1997, the WLN reaffirmed the 1996 Manila Call to Action, promoted its continued and consistent implementation throughout APEC processes and structures, and reemphasized the vital contribution of women to APEC economies.
  • A memory of Vera Vaxilieva, a scholar on Vietnamese study

    From 1925 to 1939, there were around 60 Vietnamese students who studied at the Communist Synthetic University, rendering for oriental laborers (KUTV), Institute for Peoples and Colonies belonging to KUTV (NIINKP) and Lenin International School.