At these meetings, Chinh highly valued companies for their great efforts to achieve set business targets, contributing to raising their employees’ income and developing the local socio-economy, and wished them a happy Lunar New Year festival (Tet).

Head of the Central Commission for Organization Pham Minh Chinh presenting gifts to workers in Quang Ninh province. (Photo:

On the same day, he extended Tet greetings to retired senior leaders of Quang Ninh province.

* On the same day, Head of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education, Vo Van Thuong paid a visit to Quang Trung Software City (QTSC) in Ho Chi Minh City.

Hailing QTSC’s achievements recorded recently, Thuong asked the company to catch up with Industry 4.0, continue to draw highly-qualified human resources, and help attract investments and promote IT development in the city.

The official hoped that QTSC will further develop and reap more achievements in the coming time.

Besides, Thuong visited senior artists, who are living at the Artists’ Pagoda (Go Vap district, Ho Chi Minh City), and offered incense to artists at the Artists’ Cemetery, next to the pagoda.

* During her visit to the Children’s Hospital No.2 in Ho Chi Minh City, Minister of Health Nguyen Thi Kim Tien wished the staff a happy Tet holiday and urged them to make greater efforts in order to improve treatment quality for child patients.

* According to the Vietnam Confederation of Labor, its affiliated trade unions effectively hold activities, such as free bus tickets and gifts hand-over, artistic performances, and financial assistance, for workers across the country, including the migrant ones, to help them enjoy a warm Tet.

* The Ho Chi Minh City-based Oncology Hospital in association with Thien Tam Fund (VinGroup) held free coaches to bring poor patients to their hometown for the Tet holiday.

Additionally, the hospital also organized an array of activities for patients under treatment.

* Other units in the whole military, such as Army Corps 2, Division 968 (Military Region 4), and Regiment 720 (Army Corps 16), spent billions of VND on gifts to local impoverished people and troops in localities where they are stationed.

Translated by Van Hieu