• First Vietnamese girl receives US Berklee College of Music scholarship

    Than Trong Uyen Phuong, 23 years old, who won 7 gold medals at piano and organ contests organized by Yamaha, Casino, Kawai in Vietnam, has become the first Vietnamese student achieving a scholarship of the Piano Performance Department, Berklee College of Music in Boston, US.

  • An individual help to Vietnamese students in France

    Le Ngoc Huong, otherwise known as “Aunt Bay”, says she will continue to support overseas Vietnamese students as long as she can.
  • Latest statistical analysis of women’s political, health, educational, cultural and social status in Iran

    1. Women’s population in 2006 has been estimated above 34.600.000, which constitutes around 49% of the total population of the country. Women’s average population growth has been 1.52 in the last decade. More than 50% of women’s population in 2006 was under 25.
  • Overseas Vietnamese in Europe wish to have their own organization

    On the occasion of a visit to some partner organizations of Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, in June. 2008, Vice President of VWU - Nguyen Thi Kim Thuy, as helped by the Vietnamese embassy in respective countries had cordial meetings with a number of overseas Vietnamese women who are residing, working and studying here.
  • Vietnamese carer wins Taiwanese literary award

    Vi Thi Tuyet, a 39-year-old care assistant, has won a Taiwanese writing competition for immigrants.
  • Painter Van Duong Thanh – Ambassador of Vietnamese Culture

    Painter Van Duong Thanh – Ambassador of Vietnamese Culture
    Through 20 years of living far from the homeland, the nostalgia always wells up in the heart of painter Van Duong Thanh. In recent years, she has returned to Vietnam many times to establish painting studios and hold exhibitions.
  • Women of “Vietnam Glory”

    Fifty-five overseas Vietnamese have won the title “Vietnam Glory” in the past three years; this year, for the first time, four women were honoured
  • Ha Giang’s king orange revived by a woman

    In spite of no representative substances added, Ha Giang’s thick-peeled oranges can possibly be kept fresh for 30 days. This is thanks to Ms Praphin Sirisawat Lan, an overseas Vietnamese in ThaiLand.

  • Blind girl receives Master’s of Literature in US

    VietNamNet Bridge – Though born blind, Nguyen Thi Thanh Mai, 28, from Son Tay Town, Ha Tay Province, with her exceptional will graduated with a Master’s of Literature from the University of Arizona, the US
  • Self Discovery with Home Return

    Tracey Nguyen, 30, a senior consultant on business strategy for IBM, has been invited by the United States State Department to speak in a program called “Speakers” in Viet Nam aimed at enhancing understanding between the two countries, which will run from April 2-6. The Vietnamese American hopes she relay her inspiration and experience to the businesswomen in Viet Nam.