The Representative Office of the Vietnamese Ministry of Science and Technology in New South Wales, Australia on May 19 launched a club of Overseas Vietnamese intellectuals in New South Wales.
The Argentina-Vietnam Cultural Institute (ICAV) and Cuba-Argentina Friendship House screened a famous Vietnamese film, "The Abandoned Field" in Buenos Aires capital on April 5th to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the South liberation and National reunification day (April 30th, 1975 - April 30th, 2015).
A “relief design” competition of President Ho Chi Minh has been launched at the University of Sussex to celebrate his relationship with the port town of Newhaven, in Sussex County in the South East England as well as contribute to the friendly relationships between Vietnam and the United Kingdom (UK).
The University of Ghent on March 31st organized a job fair for students, which is the largest event organized every two years in Belgium.
Minister-Counselor at the Vietnamese Embassy to Paris, Ms. Nguyen Thi Bich Hue, has been awarded France’s National Order of Merit in recognition of her contributions to boosting friendship between the two nations.
The Thai Book of Records has honored a foreigner for the very first time for demonstrating the ability to memorize thousands of items of data on March 26th at the Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.
Graduating with a major in Hotel Tourism Management in Thailand, instead of applying for work in reputed hotels, Tran Ha Duy, a young man from the coastal city of Da Nang, decided to teach the Vietnamese language to Thai students. Currently, he is a teacher at the Nongbuapittayakarn school in Nongbualamphu province.
The strong Vietnamese community in the Republic of Ireland has united and helped each other in daily life and toward the homeland to preserve national characters.
Secviet online newspaper (Secviet.cz), one of the commonly read online newspapers of the Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic, celebrated its 10th birthday in Praha on March 27th.
The expatriates from many countries returned the homeland to welcome the Lunar New Year of the Goat in Ho Chi Minh city.
A flower market at the Lunar New Year of the Vietnamese community in Little Saigon, the US, has opened with various flowers, parallel sentences and bright red packets to greet the New Year.
Vietnamese living abroad remitted over USD5 billion to Ho Chi Minh city last year, 4.2 percent higher than in 2013, according to figures released at a meeting held by the city's Committee for Overseas Vietnamese on January 21st.