• Vietnamese origin girl students in US win scholarships

    Two students of Vietnamese origin have got prestigious scholarships against stiff competition to pursue studies at American and British universities.
  • Expats in Laos keep mother tongue alive

    An association of overseas Vietnamese in Laos have had great success in their unstinting efforts to preserve their national culture, ensuring the next generation will not forget the Vietnamese language and their country of origin.
  • VWU response to the situation of Vietnamese women getting married to foreigners through brokers

    Over recent days, the Vietnamese people and women inside and outside the country have been very poignant by the information about the situation of Vietnamese women getting married to foreigners from Taiwan, Malaysia, Korea, etc. Especially the article “Vietnamese Young Women Coming to Korea – A Land of Hope” published by the Korean Daily Chosun on Apr. 21 aroused people’s anger.
  • Korean groups slam paper disgracing Vietnamese women

    Six Republic of Korean mass organizations publicly condemned Tuesday a local newspaper for running an article humiliating Vietnamese women, portraying them as merely women dying for a marriage in Korea.
  • Viet Nam joins women's charity fair in Japan

    A charity fair was held in Japan's capital city of Tokyo on April 26, drawing female representatives from 24 member countries.
  • VWU President Mme. Ha Thi Khiet: “I could not sleep well”

    Yesterday afternoon (April 26), Mme. Ha Thi Khiet – member of the Party Central Committee and President of the Vietnam Women’s Union – defaulted a Government meeting session and organized an urgent meeting with VWU leaders to discuss issues related to an article published by the Korean Daily Chosun on Apr. 21. The article related to Vietnamese women marrying Korean men.
  • Games held in Germany to celebrate Vietnam’s reunification day

    The Germany-Vietnam Friendship Association of Saxony-Anhalt State in Germany on April 16 organised table tennis and chess tournaments with the participation of Berlin sports team and around 200 guests, athletes and people from the State.
  • Australians donate 17 heart monitors

    St Vincent Hospital and Quang Minh Pagoda in Melbourne, Australia have donated 17 heart monitors worth VND 2.4 billion (US $150,000) to 17 hospitals and medical centres across the country.
  • Overseas Vietnamese in Laos look forward to CPV Congress

    A large number of overseas Vietnamese living in Laos gathered at the Chalonsay Hotel in Vientiane on April 18 to watch the broadcast of the opening session of the 10th Congress of the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV).
  • Meeting reviews activities of Vietnamese Women’s Club in Hungary

    Vietnamese ambassador Tran Huu Tung and representatives of associations and organisations from the Vietnamese community in Hungary met at the Vietnamese Women’s Club in Hungary to review its activities in the past year.