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Viet Nam
What do you do?
Reporter, Editor, Producer, Researcher
Fields of interest
science, agriculture, health, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity, sustainable development, poverty reduction, biotechnology, policy
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English, Vietnamese
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I'm a visiting fellow in Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford.

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At 15:28 on March 31, 2009, Eva Tingkær said…
Dear Tran Le Thuy - we are currently arranging press tours in Denmark to show Denmark as a climate show case. Denmark provides a unique showcase, thanks to its steady economic growth and stable energy consumption. Danish energy-friendly technology is one of the fastest growing exports and has tripled over the last decade.
And we are one of the worlds leading nations when it comes to renewables. Would you be interested in an invitation for a tour?
At 3:50 on July 6, 2007, Anh Nguyen said…
Hi Thuy, it's not easy to introduce M4P work in a few lines, but why don't you try visit our website at Some initiatives may be worth your notice like the bamboo initiative or topics discussed in the Markets and Development Bulletin. Hope you find them interesting!
At 17:10 on July 5, 2007, Tran Le Thuy said…
Hello Kim Kierans, it's great to know you. Radio is a popular choice. In Viet Nam, the national TV has a good program on farming as well since TV is very popular in the countryside. But I think it's not enough. As the Internet is still alien to Vietnamese countryside people, I believe newspapers have an edge with radio and TV because of its archival availability. In Viet Nam, the literacy rate is quite high and a large number of rural people can afford low-cost newspapers. Do you know any newspaper success in reaching rural people ? and how they work ?
At 3:23 on July 5, 2007, Kim Kierans said…
Hi Thuy,
I agree that rural areas are not an easy market for newspapers because of financial and literacy issues. That is why community radio is often a cheap, accessible way to reach people with this information about farming practices, nutrition and health issues.
At 16:42 on July 4, 2007, Anh Nguyen said…
Hi Thuy! Thanks for inviting! Nice to meet you here on the network!
At 8:47 on June 26, 2007, Elisabeth Simelton said…
Hi Thuy! Thanks for the invitation! Looking forward to hear more from you. Seems like we have plenty of common interests!
At 16:46 on June 12, 2007, TRINH Minh Giang said…
Hi Thuy ! Hope to talk to you soon. Thnx 4 accepting my invitation.
At 13:09 on June 10, 2007, Khin Ni Ni Thein said…
My dear friend Tran Le Thuy, hello and good evening. Please drop by whenever you pass by Bangkok. We have many Vietnamese students here. Thanks for accepting me as your friend. NiNi.


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