Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Le Thi Thu Hang on October 7 met with representatives of the Vietnamese community in Japan's Kyushu region, as part of her visit to the East Asian country to attend the second Overseas Vietnamese Economic Forum.
The Vietnamese Embassy in the Netherlands held a ceremony on September 29 to mark the 78th National Day of Vietnam, inviting 200 guests who are local officials, international diplomats and representatives from the Vietnamese community in the European country.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh had a meeting with representatives of the Vietnamese community in the US on September 17 evening (local time), right after arriving in San Francisco for the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly and bilateral activities in the US.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Japan on September 16 held a gathering to mark the 78th anniversary of Vietnam's National Day (September 2, 1945 – 2023) and a talk show on measures to further develop the Vietnamese community in Japan.
The Association of Vietnamese People in Thailand (AVPT) has made significant contributions to uniting Overseas Vietnamese people in the host country, promoting Vietnam-Thailand friendship, and enhancing the strategic partnership.
Festival of ethnic groups in the Ural region of Russia took place at Taganskaya Sloboda Park, in Ekaterinburg City, Russia, on August 27, with the participation of representatives of ethnic groups living in the Ural region, including Vietnam.
A workshop held in Japan’s Fukuoka prefecture on June 3 highlighted the importance of teaching the Vietnamese language and culture to Vietnamese children in Kyushu, the third largest island of the Northeast Asian country.
Nguyen Thi Kim Thanh, a Vietnamese professor at University College London (UCL), who won many prestigious international awards for her scientific research, says she hopes to inspire students, especially the disadvantaged in London, to pursue their passion for scientific study.
A ceremony was organised by the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia on April 29 (March 10 in the lunar calendar) held the Global Hung Kings’ Commemoration Day with the virtual attendance of overseas Vietnamese from different countries.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Canada on April 23 hosted a ceremony to commemorate the death anniversary of Hung Kings, the legendary founders of the nations, contributing to maintaining the cultural identity and educating the Vietnamese community especially young people, about the national tradition.
A seminar was held within the framework of the Vietnam Week in Russia on April 23, offering a chance for Vietnamese students to share their experience in studying the Russian language, as well as mastering knowledge during their study there.
Forty-seven overseas Vietnamese (OVs) from 22 countries around the world and 200 domestic delegates concluded a programme to visit people and soldiers in Truong Sa island district and DK1 platform on April 23.
A union of Vietnamese associations in Japan was officially established on April 6, aiming to strengthen the connectivity among the associations and build a growing Vietnamese community in the host country.
A club named “Love Vietnam’s seas and islands” was launched on March 19 in Paris, to jointly promote the image of the country, nature and people of Vietnamese islands and promote the understanding of overseas Vietnamese and international friends, in France, about Vietnam's seas and islands.
More than 10,000 THB (3,000 USD) was raised by overseas Vietnamese living, working and studying in Thailand’s Udon Thani province for the Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund and its “For beloved Hoang Sa-Truong Sa” Club at a ceremony in the locality on March 13.