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Thu Thiem Catholic Church to be preserved as national relic

The Thu Thiem Catholic Church complex will be preserved as a national relic under the Cultural Heritage Law, an official said at a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City on November 12.
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Thu Thiem Catholic Church to be preserved as national relic hinh anh 1Thu Thiem church complex on Thu Thiem peninsula in HCM City’s District 2 (Photo: VNA)

HCM City (VNS/VNA) – The Thu Thiem Catholic Church complex will be preserved as a national relic under the Cultural Heritage Law, an official said at a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City on November 12. Tiếp tục đọc “Thu Thiem Catholic Church to be preserved as national relic”

Vietnam wins world’s best rice title for 1st time

Vietnam wins world’s best rice title for 1st time
The Vietnamese delegation attends the 11th World Rice Conference in Manila, the Philippines on November 11-13, 2019.

Vietnam has been honored for the first time with the highest award at the annual World’s Best Rice competition.

Organized by The Rice Trader, a publication providing in-depth analysis of the global rice industry, the contest was one of the key events at the 11th World Rice Conference in Manila, the Philippines from November 10 to 13. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam wins world’s best rice title for 1st time”

Vietnam Law Codifies Abuse Victims’ Right to Lawyer

Voice of America
13 Nov 2019, 22:05 GMT+10

HO CHI MINH CITY – It is fairly common that a person accused of a crime has the right to an attorney, but what about the victim of the alleged crime? This question was raised in Vietnam, which has now answered it with a regulation that guarantees victims the right to legal representation. This could also have a direct effect on the problem of human trafficking in Vietnam. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam Law Codifies Abuse Victims’ Right to Lawyer”

UK truck deaths: How Vietnam is still a hotbed of people traffickers

Three years after Al Jazeera uncovered Vietnamese human trafficking practices to the UK, the business is still going strong.

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UK police have charged the truck's 25-year-old driver with 39 counts of manslaughter [Hannah McKey/Reuters]
UK police have charged the truck’s 25-year-old driver with 39 counts of manslaughter [Hannah McKey/Reuters]

It was a terrifying way to die. The grim discovery of 39 people found frozen to death inside a container at the back of a truck in southern England earlier this month is a stark reminder of the risks people will take in search of a better life.

Police initially believed all the dead were Chinese citizens but more than 20 Vietnamese families, almost all from the same region, have since expressed fears that their loved ones were among the victims. Some say almost all of the 39 victims were Vietnamese.

British police have charged the truck’s 25-year-old driver with 39 counts of manslaughter.

The regular and highly dangerous smuggling of people from Vietnam to the United Kingdom was revealed in a 2016 Al Jazeera documentary.

Britain’s Modern Slave Trade revealed that Nghe An province – where families held a vigil for the truck victims last week – is a hotbed of people traffickers.

In one of Vietnam’s poorest regions, criminal gangs often exploit young people who are desperate to go to Western Europe and send money back to their families. Tiếp tục đọc “UK truck deaths: How Vietnam is still a hotbed of people traffickers”

African swine fever keeps spreading across Asia – Đặc điểm dịch tả lợn Châu Phi

World Organisation for Animal Health says no country is immune from being hit by the deadly animal virus

African swine fever, which has hit the world's top pork producer, China, especially hard, originated in Africa before spreading to Asia and Europe [File: Kacper Pempel/Reuters]
African swine fever, which has hit the world’s top pork producer, China, especially hard, originated in Africa before spreading to Asia and Europe [File: Kacper Pempel/Reuters]

African swine fever will spread further across Asia, where it has devastated herds, and no country is immune from being hit by the deadly animal virus, the head of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Wednesday.

Tiếp tục đọc “African swine fever keeps spreading across Asia – Đặc điểm dịch tả lợn Châu Phi”

Tìm thấy “Nai Chuột” quý hiếm ở VN – This shy, tiny ‘mouse deer’ was lost for almost 30 years. Researchers just captured images of it

Neither mouse nor deer, this Vietnamese ungulate is shy, walks on the tips of its hooves and was just spotted in the wild for the first time in almost 30 years.

Environmental group Global Wildlife Conservation said the silver-backed chevrotain, known as the Vietnamese mouse deer, had been recorded in the wild only five times until a team of researchers recently rediscovered it outside Nha Trang.

A small, deer-like animal thought to have been extinct has been spotted for the first time in three decades in the northwestern jungle of #Vietnam, providing hope that reports of the animal’s demise may have been overstated.

There had been no confirmed sightings of the silver-backed chevrotain or ‘#mousedeer’ since 1990. But Vietnamese biologist An Nguyen along with colleagues Barney Long and Andrew Tilker refused to give up on the ungulate from the species, Tragulus versicolor. The mouse deer boast two-tone coloration and grey hairs tipped with white and are about 18 inches (45 centimeters) tall.

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Tiếp tục đọc “Tìm thấy “Nai Chuột” quý hiếm ở VN – This shy, tiny ‘mouse deer’ was lost for almost 30 years. Researchers just captured images of it”

Australian retiree convicted of terrorism and jailed for 12 years in Vietnam

Sydney man Chau Van Kham, 70, found guilty over his membership of the Viet Tan political party

Chau Van Kham, left, is escorted to court in Ho Chi Minh City
 Sydney retiree Chau Van Kham, left, has been convicted of terrorism and jailed for 12 years by a Vietnamese court. Photograph: Vietnam News Agency/AFP via Getty Images

Sydney retiree has been convicted of terrorism and jailed for 12 years by a Vietnamese court, in a judgment human rights advocates have described as “essentially a death sentence”. Tiếp tục đọc “Australian retiree convicted of terrorism and jailed for 12 years in Vietnam”

Lời khuyên nào dành cho sinh viên vừa mới tốt nghiệp?

(Dịch từ What career advice do you have for recent graduates?)

Gần đây, tôi đã được hỏi câu hỏi này khá nhiều lần – từ các con của tôi, bạn bè của chúng và từ những người bạn đang có con sắp ra nhập thị trường lao động. Mặc dù mọi thứ đã thay đổi khá nhiều kể từ khi tôi tốt nghiệp, nhưng tôi vẫn luôn cảm thấy vinh dự khi được hỏi về điều này và rất vui vì được chia sẻ những hiểu biết của mình vì nó có thể giúp ích cho người khác. Mặc dù không có câu trả lời đúng hay sai, nhưng dưới đây là lời khuyên mà tôi đã đưa ra khi được hỏi: Tiếp tục đọc “Lời khuyên nào dành cho sinh viên vừa mới tốt nghiệp?”

How to Reverse the Global Drift Toward Authoritarianism

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Autocrats and populists are on the march around the world, including in European countries that were seen until recently as firmly in the democratic camp. The phenomenon, coupled with the deepening of authoritarian tendencies in already-repressive Russia and China, has prompted worries that liberalism itself may be waning.

This week on And Now the Hard Part, we trace the roots of the problem and talk about how to fix it.

“As we emerged from the Cold War, I think there was a legitimate reason for us to believe that … democracy would be institutionalized around the globe,” said John Allen, a retired four-star general and the president of the Brookings Institution.

“[But] in the last few years, we have seen a real slip … in the context of both the attractiveness of democracy and the endurance of democratic institutions.”

Allen is our guest on the podcast this week.

Click here to listen to audio (And Now The Hard Part) >>

 

Lien Chieu Port to play key role for a sustainable Da Nang

  Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019 08:45

A corner of the Tien Sa Port. Experts says Tien Sa Port should not be enlarged because a bypass system linking the port and the logistics centre would damage Da Nang City’s architecture planning. — VNS Photos

bizhub – Speeding up the construction of the new Lien Chieu Cargo Port would help promote Da Nang as a key international logistics centre, and allow the existing Tien Sa Port to be reserved for cruise ships only.

Former general director of Tien Sa Port, Nguyen Huu Sia, made the statement at a recent workshop held to discuss changes to the city’s Master Plan proposed by Sakae Holdings and Subarna Jurong Consultants from Singapore. Tiếp tục đọc “Lien Chieu Port to play key role for a sustainable Da Nang”

Sự bịa đặt, vu cáo trắng trợn của Cảnh Sảng

Thứ Tư, 13/11/2019 16:38 PM GMT+7

(VTC News) – Phát biểu của ông Cảnh Sảng vu cáo Việt Nam “chiếm đảo” là sự leo thang mới trong những bịa đặt, vu cáo trắng trợn của Trung Quốc liên quan Biển Đông.

Ngày 8/11, tại buổi họp báo thường kỳ của Bộ Ngoại giao Trung Quốc, trả lời câu hỏi của phóng viên về việc “Việt Nam có thể xem xét các lựa chọn pháp lý để giải quyết tranh chấp với Trung Quốc ở Biển Đông, phản ứng của Trung Quốc là gì?”, người phát ngôn Bộ Ngoại giao Trung Quốc Cảnh Sảng ngang ngược cho biết: “Cốt lõi của vấn đề Biển Đông là vấn đề lãnh thổ, liên quan đến sự chiếm đóng quần đảo Nam Sa của Trung Quốc bởi Việt Nam và các nước khác có liên quan”.

Tiếp tục đọc “Sự bịa đặt, vu cáo trắng trợn của Cảnh Sảng”