Can Tho

Can Tho International Airport
On 19 April 1969 the VAL-4 Light Attack Squadron began combat operations, flying air support for the Mobile Riverine Force in the Mekong Delta of South Vietnam. The missions included normal patrol, overhead air cover, scramble alert and gunfire/artillery spotting. On 31 March 1972 the squadron conducted its last combat mission prior to its disestablishment on 10 April 1972.[3]
Can Tho University
At present, the total number of CTU staff is around 2,000, including 1,203 lecturers (233 PhDs and 653 Masters, constituting to 73.6% of staff members with postgraduate degrees). The current training capacity of CTU is more than 45,000 students involving full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students, part-time as well as distance-learning ones. CTU possesses approximately 100 training programs and branches of undergraduate including 2 advanced training programs in English, 45 Master training programs (in which 1 program is a joint-ventured training field with foreign partners and 3 programs are taught in English) and 16 PhD ones, together with 2 training programs of junior college.
Can Tho Touring with Susan
This article we share our experience from Ho Chi Minh City (Ho Chi Minh City) to Can Tho with a reasonable cost and the most stable service we use most is Phuong Trang Futa bus Lines. Unfortunately, we have not seen them communicate in English Basic information about the route: The frequency between trips is 30 minutes. This means that […]
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Can Tho
Can Tho has about 1,100,000 inhabitants and is the biggest city in the Mekong delta. It is about 160 km away from Ho Chi Minh City and the capitol of the district of Can Tho, until 1975 named Hậu Giang. There is a university in Can Tho.