• Vietnam’s top female badminton player now 49th in world ranking

    Vietnamese badminton player Nguyen Thuy Linh has risen to the 49th position in the world’s latest singles women rankings, according to Badminton World Federation (BWF).
  • Helping poor women in coastal areas to escape poverty

    The lives of households living in the coastal area of Dien Chau (Nghe An) who have been surrounded by poverty for many years have changed markedly after they became members* of TYM. A typical example is the story of Ms. Nguyen Thi Thien from Nam Tien Tien village, Dien Kim commune.
  • Ta Oi ethnic woman promotes traditional ‘zeng’ weaving products to the world

    Zeng’ weaving is a typical traditional craft of the Ta Oi ethnic people in A Luoi district, Thua Thien Hue province. With a hope to preserve and promote her ancestors’ craft, Ta Oi ethnic artisan Mai Thi Hop has worked to bring traditional ‘zeng’ weaving products to the world.
  • Google Doodle honours first female Vietnamese newspaper editor Suong Nguyet Anh

    The world’s most popular search engine Google paid tribute to Suong Nguyet Anh, the first female editor of the first women’s newspaper in Vietnam by posting a drawing of her on its homepage on February 1.
  • FIFA Women's World Cup 2023: tough journey ends with miracle for Vietnam

    2022 has been a good year for the Vietnamese female football team, as they successfully defended their championship at the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) and for the first time ever secured a berth in the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 that will take place in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Vietnamese documentary film nominated for 2023 Oscars

    “Children of the Mist” (Nhung dua tre trong suong), a documentary film by Ha Le Diem, a woman director from the Tay ethnic minority group, has been included into the shortlist of the top 15 documentary films advanced in the Documentary Feature Film category of the 95th Academy Awards (2023 Oscar).
  • Outstanding athletes, coaches in 2022 honoured

    Athlete Nguyen Thi Oanh and head coach of the national women’s football team Mai Duc Chung have been voted as the most outstanding athlete and sport coach, respectively, in 2022 by journalists and sports reporters.
  • Event held to celebrate feminist poet Ho Xuan Huong

    President Nguyen Xuan Phuc attended a ceremony held on December 3 in the central province of Nghe An to honour the celebrated female poet Ho Xuan Huong (1822-1822), whose works called for equality for women.
  • Soprano Hien Nguyen: I want to promote young Vietnamese music talents to the world

    After two years studying at Milan Conservatory, Vietnamese soprano Hien Nguyen received an offer to work at a long-standing theatre in Italy. However, she decided to instead return to Vietnam, setting her art career in the motherland. She held a talk with Nhan Dan Weekly Newspaper to talk more about what she has learned and gained flowing the decision.
  • Mountainous women developing business with e-commerce

    Many women in Vietnam’s northern mountainous areas have become wealthy in recent years after running cooperatives and applying information technology. The dynamism of these women has helped create more jobs with good incomes for local people.