May the gods be with ye on yer way to college

Yesterday, further inland, nearly one million “futures of the country” embarked on a national scale fight, a fight with so ferocious gravity that even the gods were drawn.

Vietnam’s gifted schools: The juvenile war

Yesterday, a school for gifted students in Hanoi opened for enrolment and the number of applicants stood at about 10 times the school’s capacity, 480, meaning for each student accepted 10 fail. Though it's not news, these battles have become a standard dinner table discussion.

Vietnam to borrow $100 million from World Bank to improve teacher training

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a project to borrow $100 million from the World Bank to improve teacher training institutions.

Vietnam to borrow $100 million from World Bank to improve teacher training

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a project to borrow $100 million from the World Bank to improve teacher training institutions.

Foreign police gather in Hanoi for program to combat child sexual exploitation

Twenty three police officers from Vietnam, 17 other countries and Taiwan have attended a three- week training program in Hanoi starting May 31 to promote joint efforts to combat transnational child sexual exploitation, according to a statement from the Embassy of Australia in Vietnam released Tuesday.

Foreign police gather in Hanoi for program to combat child sexual exploitation

Twenty three police officers from Vietnam, 17 other countries and Taiwan have attended a three- week training program in Hanoi starting May 31 to promote joint efforts to combat transnational child sexual exploitation, according to a statement from the Embassy of Australia in Vietnam released Tuesday.