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  PARTICIPATING IN THE PROGRAM TO VISIT AND EVALUATE THE PILOT MODEL OF HIGH-TECH AGRICULTURAL TOURISM WITH CIRCULAR SOLUTIONS IN PHU GIAO DISTRICT, BINH DUONG PROVINCE  
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  SUMMERSCHOOL VIETNAM 2023  
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  SEMINAR IN HAU GIANG PROVINCE - OCTOBER 28TH 2022  

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FORUM CONNECTING OVERSEAS VIETNAMESE ENTREPRENEURS, PROMOTING TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTORFORUM CONNECTING OVERSEAS VIETNAMESE ENTREPRENEURS, PROMOTING TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

On the evening of February 14, in Hanoi, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) coordinated with the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) to hold a “Forum for connecting overseas Vietnamese entrepreneurs, promoting trade and investment in the agricultural sector”.

SEMINAR: HOW ASEAN COUNTRIES COOPERATE TO FIGHT THE COVID-19SEMINAR: HOW ASEAN COUNTRIES COOPERATE TO FIGHT THE COVID-19

In the morning of May 26th, 2021, the Center for Vietnam and Southeast Asian Studies attended the virtual seminar "How ASEAN countries cooperate to fight the COVID-19" organized by the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University Hanoi and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Federal Republic of Germany). The seminar enjoyed the participation of many domestic and international researchers and administrators as well as attracting a large number of viewers in Vietnam.

REPORT TO DIPLOMATIC CORPS: VIETNAM'S EXPERIENCE IN COMBATING COVID-19 PANDEMICREPORT TO DIPLOMATIC CORPS: VIETNAM'S EXPERIENCE IN COMBATING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

On July 2nd, 2020, Dr. Tran Dinh Lam had a meeting with the consul delegates of 28 countries at the Caravelle Hotel to discuss Vietnam’s experience in combating the COVID-19 pandemic at the invitation of the Consul General of Hungary in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) – Dean of the Diplomatic Corps in HCMC.

RESEARCH APPROVAL: ILLEGAL CREDITS – CURRENT SITUATION AND THEIR IMPACTS ON FACTORY WORKERS IN SOUTHERN PROVINCES OF VIETNAMRESEARCH APPROVAL: ILLEGAL CREDITS – CURRENT SITUATION AND THEIR IMPACTS ON FACTORY WORKERS IN SOUTHERN PROVINCES OF VIETNAM

Illegal credits, often known as “black credit”, have been an enduring social issue, resulting in serious consequences both in life safety and social security. Not only does loan-sharking harm citizens but also damages Vietnam banks’ financial system. The current situation has called for effective and practical research studies to pinpoint causes and completely solve the problem.

MEETING WITH HUE SUB-INSTITUTE –  VIETNAM NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CULTURE AND ARTS STUDIES TO DISCUSS PROJECT TOURIST MEETING WITH HUE SUB-INSTITUTE – VIETNAM NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CULTURE AND ARTS STUDIES TO DISCUSS PROJECT TOURIST

On July 27th, 2020, as a part of the TOURIST project, CVSEAS’s research team paid a visit to Dr. Tran Dinh Hang – Director of Hue Sub-Institute, Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies, in order to study community based tourism in central Vietnam. Dr. Le Anh Tuan – Vice Director of the Sub-Institute and other staff also joined the meeting.

BRINGING TOURIST TO QUANG NAM AND QUANG NGAIBRINGING TOURIST TO QUANG NAM AND QUANG NGAI

From July 23rd to July 25th, as part of project TOURIST’s promotions,  CVSEAS’s research group, consisting of Dr. Tran Dinh Lam, Mr. Pham Thanh Thoi, and Mr. Nguyen Hong Truc, went on a field trip to three tourist attractions across the South Central Coast of Vietnam. Their destinations were Dong Gia Organic Farming Group (Cam Thanh), Cu Lao Cham Marine Park (Quang Nam), and Go Co - Sa Huynh Village (Quang Ngai).
 

TOURIST – SECOND INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENTTOURIST – SECOND INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT

On July 20th and 21st, 2020, Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities – a member of TOURIST project, attended an international webinar on Sustainable tourism development in ASEAN. The second international seminar taking place in Bangkok (Thailand) is one of activities of project TOURIST* funded by European Union through Erasmus+ Foundation.

HCM-USSH ATTENDED INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE TOURIST PROJECT IN HANOIHCM-USSH ATTENDED INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE TOURIST PROJECT IN HANOI The International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Tourism Development: Experiences for Southeast Asia Countries ” taking place at VNU USSH on Dec 3rd and 4th 2019,  is part of the TOURIST Project funded by the European Union through the Erasmus + Program. The delegation from Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities, including 03 members, actively engaged in the Conference.  
DISSCUSSING VIETNAM ECONOMIC REFORM WITH STUDENTS FROM CHANG JUNG CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY (TAIWAN)DISSCUSSING VIETNAM ECONOMIC REFORM WITH STUDENTS FROM CHANG JUNG CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY (TAIWAN) On October 24th, 2019, after paid a visit in a wheelchair manufacturer of disability community in Kaohsiung - Taiwan (funded by Toyota), Dr. Tran Dinh Lam - Director of Business Management and International Finance Program, invited by Prof. Wu Shu-Hsing, had a workshop about the Vietnam economy development process with international students (Indonesia, Cambodia, Taiwan,..) who were studying at the Faculty of International Finance of Chang Jung Christian University.
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