The project was set up in October 2016 from a letter of former teacher Hoang Thi Thu Hien of the Quoc Hoc Hue high school and Le Hong Phong high school for the gifted students to Education Minister Phung Xuan Nha in May, 2016. In addition to develop reading culture amongst people in the community starting with elementary students, the project orients to contribute to the country’s culture growth and help young people living better as a good investment for the future. After two years, the project has given 228,730 books and magazines to 795 primary schools in 41 districts countryside. More noticeably, the project select books for children very carefully. One of project founder, teacher Hoang Thi Thu Hien, said that life skills are included in the project to help children to have more friends and understand more about Vietnam’s and the world’s history. Additionally, well-known literature books in the world are expected to read more. Deputy Head of the Vietnam … [Read more...] about Publishing Association launches children book project
TUOI TRE NEWS – THE NEWS GATEWAY TO VIETNAM Tuoi Tre News, an English-language publication of Tuoi Tre Newspaper, is a go-to news website for international readers, foreigners living in Vietnam, Vietnamese living abroad, entrepreneurs, and the general public – in essence, everyone interested. Tuoi Tre News offers Vietnam news in English with credible, updated information provided by Tuoi Tre Newspaper, which is among the most reputable media houses in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Education Vietnamese-French Fields Medalist receives Maurice Audin prize for math $43mn terminal expansion put into operation at Phu Quoc International Airport
Not so long ago there was an era in German history when two political movements claimed a monopoly on national politics: on one hand there were the conservative sister parties the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Christian Social Union (CSU), and on the other hand the Social Democratic Party (SPD). Both were riding high on the waves of voter trust and public admiration; basically, you were "either or."At times, rocked by heinous terrorist attacks and troubled by rises in global oil prices, overall post-war Germany can best be described as a haven of stability, prosperity and peaceful coexistence with her neighbors, including becoming a true engine of the emerging ever stronger European communities. If we look back at the results for the general elections – beginning with the year 1972 – the CDU/CSU stood at 44.9 percent and the SPD at 45.8 percent, respectively. Although four years later the top spot was swapped, the combined figures were nevertheless above what was … [Read more...] about Post-Merkel CDU: Into to the future or back to the past?
A government survey has shown that 78.2 percent of high school students hoping to work after their graduation next spring had secured job offers as of the end of October.The figure rose 1.0 percentage point from a year before, up for the ninth straight year, according to the education ministry survey released Friday.“The number of job openings is increasing, as companies remain eager about hiring,” a ministry official said.Next spring, 1,060,300 high school students are set to graduate. Of the total, 186,790 students wish to start working soon after graduation. Employment offers were secured by 146,031 job-seeking students.The job-securing rate rose 1.0 percentage point to 79.1 percent for male students and 0.9 point to 76.7 percent for female students.The rate was highest for students in technical courses at 89.8 percent, followed by those in commerce courses at 83.7 percent and those in agricultural courses at 81.0 percent. The lowest rate was 65.9 percent for students in … [Read more...] about 78% of Japanese high school students seeking jobs after graduation land offers
Gallery PUBLISHED: 16:32 14 December 2018 | UPDATED: 16:32 14 December 2018 Jessica Frank-Keyes Pupils at Reepham Primary School have written to their MP to ask him to do more to help refugees. Photo: Charlie Wallis Archant “Imagine a place where joy has gone, where you starve to death, where you get no healthcare.” Pupils at Reepham Primary School have written to their MP to ask him to do more to help refugees. Photo: Charlie WallisThese were the words of one of a class of kind-hearted Norfolk primary school pupils, who have put pen to paper to raise awareness about the plight of child refugees across the globe.While end-of-term activities at schools across the county more often involve paint and Pritt-stick than politics, a class of Year 5 pupils at Reepham Primary have been up to something a little more out of the ordinary.After reading stories and learning about what life is like for child refugees in places like Afghanistan and … [Read more...] about ‘Imagine a place where joy has gone’