Vietnamese students in Belgium carry out diverse activities towards homeland
Vietnamese Ambassador to Belgium Vu Anh Quang has lauded diverse activities of the Association of Vietnamese Students in the European country over the past time.
|Vietnamese Ambassador to Belgium Vu Anh Quang has lauded diverse activities of the Association of Vietnamese Students in the European country over the past time.|
Addressing a congress on June 1, the diplomat encouraged the students to contribute more to the homeland and promote Vietnam’s position in the world arena.
Trinh Hoang Khai, President of the association for 2017-2019, reviewed major achievements and activities carried out by Vietnamese students in Belgium over the past tenure.
The congress elected Pham Sy Hieu as the association’s President during the new term, who pledged to work harder to connect Vietnamese students in the country and join hands with the General Association of Vietnamese in Belgium to build a strong Vietnamese community.
About 200 Vietnamese students are living and studying in Belgium’s major cities like Brussels, Ghent, Leuven, Liege, Antwerp, Hasselt and Mons.-VNA
Vietnamese Z-generation students are often leaving Vietnam at the age of secondary education. They are more self-confident than previous generations and willing to express their personal views.
American Literature students of HCMC Open University staged the drama “The Patchwork Quilt” by Rachel Field last Friday, through which they could gain a deeper understanding of American literature and improve their English skills.
Education Ministry creates controversial rule prohibiting teachers, students from defaming education system
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has set a regulation which would prohibit teachers and students from disseminating, propagating, making comments and showing the images that may adversely affect the education environment.