Geographic distribution[ edit ] As a national language, Vietnamese is the official language used by everyone in Vietnam. A significant number of native speakers also reside in neighboring Cambodia and Laos. In the United States, Vietnamese is the fifth most spoken language, with over 1. It is the third most spoken language in Texas and Washington; fourth in Georgia, Louisiana, and Virginia; and fifth in Arkansas and California.
The meeting opened with an expression of sympathy for the people of Viet Nam for the passing of their President, Tran Dai Quang, and a message of our condolences to his family and friends was sent to the Viet Nam Embassy in Canberra. Chris was able to enlighten all of those present about the history of the relationship between Australia and Vietnam, since the end of the war in Vietnamese and australian education One of the main objectives going forward was to encourage further membership, particularly of students from Vietnam studying in Australia.
The Family Doctor Exchange Program that was submitted as a proposal to the Australian Government did not receive funding, but a second submission will be made in the next round.
There is very strong support to see the program established, with or without Government support. The general elections were also held, with the previous National Committee re-elected, with the addition of Mr Jeff Buhler as an ordinary member of the committee.
The next National Conference will be held in Melbourne in November Additionally MiVAC provides a positive focus for those who are aware, and are concerned, about what was left behind at the completion of conflicts or the withdrawal of troops.
If you would like to learn more, or offer your assistance, visit their website at: Reflecting the friendship between the two countries, the Australian Ambassador officially presented nine introductory panels to the Temple of Literature.
The panels will support tourism at one of the most important historical sites of Hanoi, providing information about the rich history to visitors in three languages. This project built on the success of a similar project in in which Australia presented 14 bilingual introductory panels to the Thang Long Citadel, another historical site of Vietnam.
Australia will celebrate the 45th anniversary throughout with a program ranging from cultural to trade and economic events. A marvellous cultural event. For more information visit: We have been liaising with the Danish Vietnamese Association, which has some very good programs.
You can learn more about them and their activities here: Mission Statement To build strong and lasting friendships between the people of Australia and the people of Vietnam. Develop understanding between the Vietnamese and Australian people though the improved understanding of mutual culture, education, religion, health, care for the disadvantaged, reconciliation, human rights, security and public policy To establish cultural, educational, religious and other charitable people to people contacts between the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Australia To promote Australian and Vietnamese industry and commerce generally for the benefit of the community or public as a whole.
To seek development aid for the Socialist Republic of Vietnam from Australia and other appropriate sources. To initiate such charitable activities as shall from time to time be deemed desirable, provided that such activities shall not be contrary to these rules.
AVYLD is searching for 20 young, ambitious and visionary leaders in business, policy, startups, non-profit and the arts to participate in the inaugural Australia-Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue occurring in Sydney, May Together, we will kickstart cross-country collaboration, increase opportunities and prosperity for the next generation and improve the future of Australia and Vietnam.
Be part of this exciting initiative today or refer your friends and colleagues to apply! Find out more about the dialogue and how to apply at: For more information, please contact us at: Australia-Vietnam Young Leaders Dialogue The Australia Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue AVYLD is an independent not for profit initiative that was established to nurture relationships, promote engagement and incubate collaboration between Australian and Vietnamese young leaders from a broad spectrum of society.
Through people to people links, it is believed the bilateral relationship between Australia and Vietnam can be strengthened to contribute to the development of each respective nation. To find out more, visit: Thien Phuc Charity Centre.
It is hoped that the Vietnam Minister for Health will open the conference. The group is Canberra based, and are linked to the Vietnamese Embassy in Canberra.
The meeting was about finding areas of common interest, and to this end it became clear that both the AVFS and AusCham could help Vietnamese students in a complementary way. The AVFS is very interested in engaging with Vietnamese students, to not only support them while they are being educated in Australia, but to also gain an understanding from them about the needs of Vietnam, from their perspective.
By linking with AusCham in Vietnam, we may be able to help students gain appropriate employment on their return. AusCham supports Australian businesses in Vietnam, and Vietnamese students who have studied in Australia will be in strong demand by these enterprises.
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