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To my sweetheart on our first Valentines’ Day

Dear M. sweetheart,

I could not be more grateful for you to appear in my life. Your words are beautiful and touching my heart. It seems like I was living in the moments with you again and again. I see your smiles and deep eyes, our loving hugs and first kisses. I see the moments when you laugh and you cry. Your tears to me is like a string of pearls, as precious and genuine as ever. No ordinary man could be so brave to let a woman see him crying in her arms. It must be a man in love and deep sincerity and I am just lucky to be a witnesses. Đọc tiếp To my sweetheart on our first Valentines’ Day

Students develop self-study app for Raglai language

VNN – Update: September, 16/2019 – 10:35

Mai Vĩ Hào and Pinăng Bảo record the language used by the ethnic minority group Raglai for use in their mobile app for smartphones. — VNA/VNS.Photo Nguyễn Thành

NINH THUẬN — To preserve the Raglai ethnic minority language, two students at the Pinăng Tắc Ethnic Minority Boarding High School in Ninh Thuận Province have developed a mobile phone app for self-study.

The software developed by 12th graders Mai Vĩ Hào and Pinăng Bảo won third prize in the province’s 2019 Youth and Children Innovation Contest.

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Prayer 673

The prayer series

Jesus,

You love me.
You know that I want to eat moon cakes
so you give them to me.

I eat and I’m happy.
I’m happy because I eat cakes and drink milk.
I’m happy because I know you love me.

I don’t worry about what I will eat or drink.
I don’t worry about my life
because you take care of me so well.
(Matthew 6:25-34)

I love you, Jesus.

Amen.

PTH

The high school course Beijing accuses of radicalizing Hong Kong

From left, Jessie Cheung, Jerming Zhang, Clary Yeung and Maggie Ho with a protest banner at their school in Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong, in July.
From left, Jessie Cheung, Jerming Zhang, Clary Yeung and Maggie Ho with a protest banner at their school in Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong, in July.CreditCreditLam Yik Fei for The New York Times

By Tiffany May and Sept. 1, 2019

HONG KONG — They are sitting in orderly rows, wearing neatly pressed uniforms. But in this class, as they debate the merits of democracy and civil rights, Hong Kong high school students are prompting Beijing to worry that they are increasingly out of control.

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Fish sauce and pottery in central region recognised as heritages

VNN – Update: September, 16/2019 – 08:51

An old woman introduces  traditional fish sauce product of Nam Ô village in Đà Nẵng city. The trade has been recognised as a National intangible heritage. — VNS Photos Công Thành

ĐÀ NẴNG — Two traditional trades – fish sauce from Nam Ô Village in Đà Nẵng and Thanh Hà pottery from Hội An – have been recognised as National Intangible Heritages by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, contributing more cultural value to the two tourism hubs in central Việt Nam.

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US’s Veterans for Peace honoured with friendship union’s certificate of merit

Vietnam News Agency
Monday, September 09, 2019

Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) presented a certificate of merit to Veterans for Peace (VFP) at a roundtable seminar in Hanoi on September 9.

The VUFO also presented the “For Peace and Friendship among Nations” insignia to Paul Cox, a founder of VFP Chapter 69 and Hoa Binh (Vietnam) Chapter 160.

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ExxonMobil petroleum projects in central Vietnam ongoing as planned

By Viet Anh   September 12, 2019 | 08:43 pm GMT+7

ExxonMobil petroleum projects in central Vietnam ongoing as planned
Ca Voi Xanh gas field is 88 kilometers to the east of central Vietnam shore. Graphics by Exxon Mobil.

Petroleum projects being executed jointly by PetroVietnam (PVN) and America’s ExxonMobil in central Vietnam are proceeding as scheduled.

“The Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN) has said that petroleum projects in central Vietnam, including projects at sea and on land, are being carried out as planned by PVN, Petrovietnam Exploration Production Corporation (PVEP) and ExxonMobil,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang said at a press meeting Thursday.

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Talking shop – EVFTA: Agricultural exporters will increase in professionalism

vietnamnews – Update: September, 12/2019 – 08:58

Đào Thế Anh, Deputy Director of Việt Nam Academy of Agricultural Science

The EU-Việt Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is expected to boost Việt Nam’s exports, especially agricultural and aquatic products that already have competitive advantages in the European market. However, the domestic agricultural sector will face challenges when penetrating this market of over 800 million people.

Đào Thế Anh, Deputy Director of the Việt Nam Academy of Agricultural Science, speaks to the Vietnam News Agency about those issues.

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Over 82% of strikes in Vietnam occur at FDI enterprises

Updated at Thursday, 08 Aug 2019, 17:25

The Hanoitimes – The causes of the strikes are mainly interest disputes (accounting for 55.22%) and rights disputes (11.94%).

In the first six months of 2019, 67 strikes occurred at foreign-invested enterprises, accounting for 82.1% of the total in Vietnam, according to the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs.

The number of strikes occurred mostly at South Korean, Taiwanese and Chinese enterprises in southern provinces of Vietnam such as Long An, Dong Nai, Binh Duong and Ho Chi Minh City.

Illustrative photo

Illustrative photo

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New academic year begins, but teacher and classroom shortages still exist

10/09/2019    19:04 GMT+7

VNN – The Ministry of Education and Training have asked the Prime Minister and the Politburo to approve a plan to increase the teaching workforce in 22 provinces.

These localities include 17 with an increase of students and five provinces in the Central Highlands.

However, there are still many provinces which lack several thousand teachers each. The ministry reported that Son La lacks 3,355 teachers, Thai Binh 3,167, Gia Lai 2,572, Thanh Hoa 2,877, Binh Duong 2,811, Kien Giang 1,008 and HCM City 1,290.

New academic year begins, but teacher and classroom shortages still exist

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