DOT VN SIGNED MEMORANDUM OF COOPERATION WITH THE JOURNAL OF LABOR AND
SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF VIETNAM
To Our Shareholders: November 19, 2013
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – November 19, 2013, Dot VN, Inc., (http://www.dotvn.com) (OTC Trading Symbol: DTVI), an Internet and Telecommunications Company (“the Company” or “Dot VN”) and the online global domain name registrar for the Country of Vietnam and exclusive registrar for the Vietnamese Native Language Internationalized Domain Names (“Vietnamese IDN”), announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (“MOC”) with the Journal of Labor and Social Affairs of Vietnam (“JLSA”) to supply internet technology for online networking for its many federal government branches that provide for the publishing and/or communications of social services to the Vietnamese citizens called “The Noble Heart Project”, via the www.WEB.VN website platform using Vietnamese IDN, and powered by Dot VN.
Below is the link to the article (translated into English) and photos describing the historic signing event in Hanoi, Vietnam:
Journal of Labor and Social Affairs signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Dot VN in Implementing the Official Online Information website called “The Noble Heart Project”.
Source: Lan Thảo, writer for Journal of Labor and Social Affairs
Since its launch on April 28, 2011, the Vietnamese IDN has grown to over 950,000 domains and it continues to grow each month. Dot VN has the opportunity to expand IDN registrations to many federal agencies, organizations and businesses, along with personal users in Vietnam associated with “The Noble Heart Project”.
As indicated in the MOC, Dot VN will provide the exclusive online Vietnamese IDN registrations, web templates, networking technology, training and support to build and maintain the official JLSA website with upward of a million users, via the Company’s www.WEB.VN platform. The JLSA will assist in setting up facilities to receive training and implementation, along with marketing and promoting the agency’s website to its branches and employees.
The www.WEB.VN platform will serve as a main hub for all IDN users highlighting the best content and will provide users with easy to use, interactive drag & drop tools intuitive and user friendly interface to quickly create and customizable their own websites professionally and publish those websites in minutes.
Dot VN was chosen by Vietnam Internet Network Information Center (“VNNIC”) as a strategic partner and exclusive provider of Vietnamese IDN registrations and in association with our www.WEB.VN platform offers IDN website application services and special online website builder tools in three categories: personal, company and products. Each website fully customizable will allow users to post content in real time such as written text, feature photos, music, videos as well as networking with other IDNs and share the latest news and information from Dot VN’s www.INFO.VN news portal.
“The Journal of Labor and Social Affairs in collaboration with Dot VN is very pleased to announce a historical partnership to develop and implement our organization’s first Vietnamese IDN domain name website, called “The Noble Heart Project”,” said Dr. Trần Ngọc Diễn, Deputy Editor of the Journal of Labor and Social Affairs. “We believe that having our official social networking website via Dot VN’s www.WEB.VN platform will help our organization to better reach and service our Vietnamese citizens. Also, we believe that the use of our Vietnamese-language domain name websites will connect and simplify the agency’s communications to our people.”
“Dot VN is very excited to begin the partnership of creating “The Noble Heart Project” with the Journal of Labor and Social Affairs of Vietnam,” said Lee Johnson, Dot VN President. “We will work together to develop and implement a user-friendly and efficient online departmental website using Vietnamese IDNs, to bring better communication from the agency to its citizens. Also, together we will aggressively market and promote the governmental websites throughout Vietnam.”
Lee Johnson also said, “Our hope is to serve the global Vietnamese community and give them the opportunity to use the Internet in their native language. It is our aim to help today's generation and their children, particularly second generation Vietnamese born in countries other than Vietnam, so they can learn and understand the meaning Vietnamese in a healthy manner and have accurate information via the Internet. We expect to receive support from our partners and together we can contribute to the community with more IDN registrations and increased use the WEB.VN tools to build and customizable their own websites in Vietnamese language domain name today. It is our goal to preserve and promote the comprehensive "Vietnamese values” for future generations.”
Furthermore, Dot VN anticipates the Journal of Labor and Social Affairs online Vietnamese IDN program will yield many Vietnamese IDN websites that can generate significant users traffic that will ultimate lead to valuable new online advertising revenues for Dot VN. The Company plans to sign up more federal government agencies, organizations, corporations, clubs, businesses and individual users to expand its online Vietnamese IDN presence and monetize its users’ traffic.
Dr. Trần Ngọc Diễn, Deputy Director of Journal of Labor and Social Affairs of Vietnam and
Dr. Lee Johnson, President & CTO of DOT VN signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in Hanoi.
Leadership and the Journal of Labor and Society photographic memories with partners.
Dot VN, Inc. is providing Internet and telecommunication infrastructure solutions to meet the ever increasing demand for broadband technologies in Vietnam, the second fastest growing economy in the world.
Ms. Ung Ngoc Anh (VP. Business Development in Asia of DOT VN), Mr. Hoang Minh Cuong (Director General of VNNIC). Hi-Tek Multimedia, Inc. ("HMI") received an award from the Vietnam Internet Network Information Center ("VNNIC") for the successful re-launch and wide spread adoption of the Vietnamese Native Language Domain Names. The award was presented to HMI at the annual year-end conference held by the Ministry of Information and Communications of Vietnam and VNNIC in Hanoi 11/16/2011 (Left to Right)
Dot VN, Inc. Co-Founder and President, Lee Johnson Honored by the Vietnamese Ministry of Information and Communications and the Prime Minister's Office. Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hung, Deputy Minister of MIC & Dr. Lee P. Johnson, President & CTO DOT VN
Hanoi 10/28/2011. (Left to Right)
Mr. Nguyen Le Thuy (Former Director General of VNNIC), Ms. Ung Ngoc Anh (VP. Business Development in Asia of DOT VN), Dr. Lee P. Johnson (President & CTO, DOTVN),
Mr. Hoang Minh Cuong (Director General of VNNIC), Mr. Tran Minh Tan (Deputy Director VNNIC), Special Guests Mr. Tony Phan & Mr. Peter Nguyen (Investors from USA), Mrs. Nguyen Thu Hoai
(Chief Accounting DOTVN Vietnam's Offices) at the Ceremony for Receiving the Prime Minister's Merit Award Certificate recognizes individual for Dr. Lee P. Johnson in
Hanoi 10/28/2011. (Left to Right)