Good Books Awards winners announced

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Good Books Awards winners announced

VietNamNet Bridge – Thirteen winners of the annual Good Books Awards in seven categories were announced on Thursday (Sept 11) in HCM City following a vote by the public.

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Good Books Awards winners announced

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Good Books Awards winners announced

Thirteen winners of the annual Good Books Awards in seven categories were announced on September 11 in Ho Chi Minh City following a vote by the public.

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Good Books Awards winners announced

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Good Books Awards winners announced

Thirteen winners of the annual Good Books Awards in seven categories were announced yesterday in HCM City following a vote by the public.

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Vietnamese French professor receives Phan Chau Trinh Award

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Vietnamese French professor receives Phan Chau Trinh Award

The 6th Phan Chau Trinh Award for research category will be presented to Vietnamese French Prof. Le Thanh Khoi, 90, father of Nguyen Le, a world-renowned Jazz/world music artist.

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Book festival attracts foreign names

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Book festival attracts foreign names

HCM City's biennia book festival will open on Mar. 19 at Le Van Tam Park in District 1.

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Book festival attracts foreign names

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Book festival attracts foreign names

HCM City's annual book festival will open on Mar. 19 at Le Van Tam Park in District 1.

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Book festival attracts foreign names

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HCM City's annual book festival will open on Mar. 19 at Le Van Tam Park in District 1.

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Book festival attracts foreign names

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HCM City's annual book festival will open on Mar. 19 at Le Van Tam Park in District 1.

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HCMC’s book fest to kick off next week

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HCMC’s book fest to kick off next week

The 7th annual book festival, one of Vietnam’s biggest such events, will kick off in Ho Chi Minh City on March 19 with the participation of around 160 local book producers featuring roughly 20 million books.

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Strategy seeks to promote reading across Viet Nam

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Strategy seeks to promote reading across Viet Nam

Setting up a modern network of libraries with professional librarians and various kinds of books around the country by 2020 is part of a proposed national strategy to nurture the reading habit.

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Strategy seeks to promote reading across Viet Nam

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Strategy seeks to promote reading across Viet Nam

Setting up a modern network of libraries with professional librarians and various kinds of books around the country by 2020 is part of a proposed national strategy to nurture the reading habit.

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Vietnamese people’s reading habits decline

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VOV News English 54 month(s) ago

Vietnamese people’s reading habits decline

Vietnamese people’s reading habits are on the decline, according to participants in a recent workshop on the need to develop a stronger reading culture in Vietnam.
At the workshop held in Ho Chi Minh City on September 16, the Publication Department reported that last year, nearly 24,600 book titles with over 273,500 million copies were published, a year-on-year rise of 7 percent.
However, there was no outstanding book title with dozens of thousands of copies in...

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Vietnamese people’s reading habits decline

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Vietnamese people’s reading habits are on the decline, according to participants in a recent workshop on the need to develop a stronger reading culture in Vietnam.

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