Tuoitrenews briefs some of leading news stories published Tuesday (June 3) on Vietnamese media:
-- Vietnam has demanded that the Chinese side immediately cease actions that violated its sovereignty and hindered Vietnamese fishing boats and fishermen operating in the waters of Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago.
-- Party Politburo member Truong Tan Sang has spoken highly of the positive development of Vietnam-Japan relations over the last 40 years. In his talks with Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan in Tokyo on the second day of his Japan visit, Sang, who is also permanent member of the Secretariat of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee, affirmed Vietnamese Party and State’s policies of boosting the “strategic partnership for peace and prosperity in Asia” between the two countries.
-- Vinamilk JSC yesterday donates VND1 billion(US$ 50,000) to TuoiTre Newspaper for the program Build Truong Sa.
-- The Agent Orange Justice – Australia Vietnam Solidarity Network (AOJ) officially made its debut in Sydney on June 1, with the aim of supporting Vietnamese AO victims.
-- A two-day seminar on international migration was held in Hanoi to discuss international migration and database management for policy makers. This was part of the project to compile documents and a database on the migration of Vietnamese
-- Vietnamese groupon buyers are disatisfied by the service they receive in restaurants and spas. In addition, it is easy to buy groupons rather then to return them.
-- Nguyen Xuan Hue, head of Quang Ngai Peope's Committee has declared bankrupt to the project to build the biggest film studion in Vietnam, Vina Universal, which has been put on hold for 3 years.
-- Introduce new books on Vietculture Day organized by Tuoi Tre in Phu Tho indoor sports stadium.