Transforming Rice Value Chains for Climate Resilient and Sustainable Development in Mekong Delta
16:54 | 27/07/2022
The project site covers in the Mekong Delta, one of the most vulnerable areas from the severity of various abiotic stresses from climate change, because of its vital to Vietnam’s sustainable economic development.
Vietnamese is the Third Most Popular Language in Australia.
07:49 | 25/07/2022
In 2021, according to the recently published results of a five-year census, there were 320,758 people (1.26%) in Australia who speak Vietnamese at home, an increase of more than 43,000 people compared to 2016.
Australia Looks Forward to Deepening Bilateral Relations with Vietnam
15:27 | 29/06/2022
"The partnership between Australia and Vietnam is grounded in trust...It's exciting to see the many areas where we can partner together to forge even deeper ties," said Australia’s foreign minister Penny Wong.
Expert Underlines Significance of Learning, Teaching Vietnamese for Children in Australia
08:08 | 07/06/2022
Families play a crucial role in teaching the mother tongue to Vietnamese children abroad, said Dr. Tran Hong Van.
Help Poured in for Women, Children Affected by Covid-19
11:10 | 03/06/2022
Scholarships were presented to children who became orphaned as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic in Ho Chi Minh City.
15,000 Women in Lao Cai, Son La Provinces Thrive in Aus4Equality GREAT Program
16:00 | 28/05/2022
Women who have been part of the Aus4Equality GREAT program and transformed their lives shared their stories. Over 15,000 women in Lao Cai and Son La provinces have increased their incomes and many more have increased confidence.
Vietnamese Expats in Australia Raises Fund for Students in Northern Provinces
08:03 | 13/05/2022
The Vietnamese community in Australia donated more than VND 500 million (USD 21,600) to build a boarding house for students in the northern border province of Son La
Australia – Vietnam’s Long-term Partner in Mekong Delta: Ambassador
16:43 | 30/04/2022
Australia has been a long-term partner of Vietnam in the Mekong Delta, affirmed Australian Ambassador Robyn Mudie during a recent interview with the Vietnam News Agency (VNA).
Australian University Publishes Vietnamese Language Learning Book
08:03 | 24/04/2022
VietSpeech is a research project funded by an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant and conducted by researchers from Charles Sturt University
Australia Pledges to Support Vietnam to Tackle Domestic Violence
18:50 | 24/03/2022
Australia is committed to staying the course with the Government of Vietnam, and to support the realisation of the National Programme on Domestic Violence Prevention and Control’s goal.
Australia Praises Vietnam’s Regional Role
10:39 | 05/03/2022
Australia appreciates Vietnam’s role and position in the region, said an official of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Overseas Vietnamese Intellectuals In Australia Promote Cooperation With Vietnam
08:46 | 01/03/2022
On February 26, the club of Overseas Vietnamese intellectuals in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, held a meeting and discussed the plan of connection and cooperation in science and technology in the next two years.
Australia Invests in Assisting Vietnamese Entrepreneurs
07:45 | 24/02/2022
According to the Australian Embassy in Vietnam, the Australian Government has invested 4.9 million AUD (3.53 million USD) to Vietnam's venture fund Ascend Vietnam Ventures (AVV) to aid local entrepreneurs.
Australian Residents Learn About Tet Traditions
18:05 | 22/02/2022
To recreate the Tet atmosphere, “Happy New Tet” presents festive and vibrant works relating to the homeland and spring.
Australia Shares Total 7.8 Million Covid Doses with Vietnam
16:50 | 20/02/2022
Australia has delivered 3.6 million Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses to Vietnam over recent weeks through a procurement agreement with UNICEF and in partnership with Vietnam's Ministry of Health
Vietnam, Australia to Beef Up Legislative Ties
08:29 | 10/02/2022
Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives met with Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh on Feb 9 reception.
Australian Prime Minister Warns to Stand Up to China on Bien Dong Sea
10:16 | 09/02/2022
Defence Minister Peter Dutton has warned that unless Australia and its allies stand up to China for their acts in the Bien Dong Dea (intenationally called the South China Sea), they will "lose the next decade".
Several Countries Look to Boost Agricultural Trade with Vietnam
08:17 | 25/12/2021
Agriculture continues to be solid pillar of national economy
Australia Supports Improving Farmers and Ethnic Minority Women Lives in Northwest Vietnam
12:39 | 17/12/2021
The Australian Embassy delegation in Vietnam visited Northwest Vietnam from December 12th to 14th, 2021, to meet with local farmers and businesses who are benefiting from projects funded by Australia.
Cooperation to Deter Irregular Migration from Vietnam to Australia by Boat
07:58 | 15/12/2021
The event is part of the project "Strategic Communications Campaign to Deter Irregular Migration from Vietnam to Australia by Boat", which is funded by the Australian Government.