Vietnamese in Australia Disappointed by the Absence of Cats During Tet

Vietnamese in Australia Disappointed by the Absence of Cats During Tet

Popular tourist attractions of the Sydney Lunar New Year celebration only mention the rabbit and not the cat. This makes the people of Vietnamese origin feel invisible.
NA Chairman Busy with Various Activities in Australia Trip

NA Chairman Busy with Various Activities in Australia Trip

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue was busy with a series of activities in Melbourne city on December 2-3 as part of his official visit to Australia.
National Assembly Chairman Arrives in Canberra, Begins Australia Visit

National Assembly Chairman Arrives in Canberra, Begins Australia Visit

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue left Hanoi on November 29 morning
Australia Considers Strengthening Ties with Vietnam A Priority

Australia Considers Strengthening Ties with Vietnam A Priority

A Vietnam's Party delegation pays working visit to Australia
Women Can be Successful Leaders, Say Youth

Women Can be Successful Leaders, Say Youth

Standard Youth is a social media campaign launched by the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee in collaboration with Plan International Vietnam with sponsorship from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through the Investing in Women - an initiative aims to raise awareness and change behavior related to gender stereotypes in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Australia Pledges to Continue Supporting Vietnam in Economic Reform

Australia Pledges to Continue Supporting Vietnam in Economic Reform

Australian Ambassador to Vietnam together with the Vice Minister of Ministry of Planning and Investment, shared insights from Australia about its journey of decades supporting Vietnam’s economic reform at an Aus4Reform Conference this week.
Vietnamese Expats in Australia Follow Ho Chi Minh's Teachings

Vietnamese Expats in Australia Follow Ho Chi Minh's Teachings

Over the years, Vietnamese expatriates in Australia have been trying to learn and understand Uncle Ho's ideals. This community is very united and always looks towards Vietnam. They often share together and help each other overcome any difficulties.
Australian Students Impressed by Vietnamese Culture

Australian Students Impressed by Vietnamese Culture

33 University of Adelaide students were the first New Colombo Plan scholars returning to Vietnam after a two-year interruption of the program due to Covid-19.
Vietnam's Rice Trademarks Successfully Protected in Australia

Vietnam's Rice Trademarks Successfully Protected in Australia

Three trademarks of farmer-scientist Ho Quang Cua for ST24 and ST25 rice were officially granted trademark protection titles in Australia on September 27.
Sydney Vietnam Institute - Gathering Place for In-depth Researchers on Vietnam

Sydney Vietnam Institute - Gathering Place for In-depth Researchers on Vietnam

The Sydney Vietnam Institute aims to enrich the collaboration between Sydney and Vietnam through pursuing excellence in research and education.
Lantern Festival Lights Up Northern Australia

Lantern Festival Lights Up Northern Australia

2022 Lantern Festival, a unique cultural event, has just been successfully organized by the Vietnamese community in Northern Australia.
Ambassadors of the Netherlands, Hungary, Australia, Luxembourg Officially Start Terms in Vietnam

Ambassadors of the Netherlands, Hungary, Australia, Luxembourg Officially Start Terms in Vietnam

The Ambassadors of the Netherlands, Hungary, Australia and Luxembourg present their credentials, officially starting terms in Vietnam.
Vietnam is Australian Travel Influencers' Favourite Country to Visit in Southeast Asia

Vietnam is Australian Travel Influencers' Favourite Country to Visit in Southeast Asia

An Australian couple Alesha Bradford and Jarryd Salem (NOMADasaurus - Adventure Travel Couple) say that they have travelled all around the world for more than a decade and found Vietnam to be their all-time favourite country to visit in the Southeast Asian region.
FM Bui Thanh Son's Visit to Australia to Further Deepen Strategic Partnership

FM Bui Thanh Son's Visit to Australia to Further Deepen Strategic Partnership

The official Australia visit by Vietnamese Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son on September 10-13 is the first ministerial visit to Australia since the two countries reopened the door following the pandemic.
Ambassador Spotlights Vietnam-Australia Ties in Five Decades

Ambassador Spotlights Vietnam-Australia Ties in Five Decades

Vietnamese Ambassador to Australia Nguyen Tat Thanh has written an article highlighting outstanding achievements in Vietnam – Australia ties over the past five decades on the threshold of the official Australia visit by Vietnamese Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son.
Australians Amaze with Vietnamese Traditional Costumes

Australians Amaze with Vietnamese Traditional Costumes

Although known through books and newspapers, Australians can now see the Vietnamese royal costumes with their own eyes.
Vietnam, Australia Exchange Experiences on Domestic Violence

Vietnam, Australia Exchange Experiences on Domestic Violence

The Vietnamese Government has worked hard to end violence against women and children, with special attention to negative impacts from Covid-19 on the people. However, violence has still happened and the problem can only be solved with joint efforts of all members in the society, organisations and authorised agencies.
Mesmerized by Vietnamese Handicraft, Australian Designer Builds Fashion Brand in Hanoi

Mesmerized by Vietnamese Handicraft, Australian Designer Builds Fashion Brand in Hanoi

Mesmerized by brocade material, Australian designer Cynthia Mann brought the fashion brand “Future Traditions” which has impressed many customers.
Transforming Rice Value Chains for Climate Resilient and Sustainable Development in Mekong Delta

Transforming Rice Value Chains for Climate Resilient and Sustainable Development in Mekong Delta

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.

Vietnamese is the Third Most Popular Language in Australia.

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.
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