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                       School of Mathematics, Mechanics and Informatics - Hanoi University of Science

Favourite precepts

  • There is only one truth that never changes, it is: "Everything may be changed"!
  • All great things will become tiny beside the permanence.

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Famous people said

  • The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing 
  • I think therefore I am 
  • In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing

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Software you should buy

Microsoft Student 2006

Microsoft Student 2006 is a comprehensive, subject-specific resource designed to help middle- and high-school students complete high-quality homework assignments and projects in less time...

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I promise that it's wonderful software and very useful for some one who is interested in English. And, its price in Vietnam is only 20000 VND.


My random pictures

Pablo Picasso's self-potrait

The prolific works of Spanish painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso greatly influenced the path of 20th-century art. He settled in Paris in 1904 and began producing work in the postimpressionist style. He later developed many other styles and produced over 20,000 works. He is considered the greatest artist of the 20th century.

Leo Tolstoy

"Happy families are all alike. Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way". Russian writer Leo Tolstoy’s psychologically and morally complex novels are regarded as masterpieces of realistic fiction. Tolstoy believed that culture and society were antagonistic to true happiness. This excerpt from Anna Karenina, recited by an actor, is the famous first line of Tolstoy's celebrated novel of adultery and family dissolution.


Hi, everyone. Welcome your visit. Now you can post your comments and ideas about my web pages here. I'm sorry about this inconvenience, because my GoogleHomepages is a static website. I really enjoy your ideas, because they'll become my knowledge!!!!


Have you ever asked yourself about the world around you?

They are so tiny and trivial that you don't notice about them or  perhaps you've never asked about their existences. But after all, they are interesting. If you want to be a schoolar, you should start by asking yourself about life around you.

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An amazing story of a woman

She has an amazing fortitude that we couldn't believe. It's a legend today, and I suppose that you will be moved to tears after read her real story.

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 Claude Shannon and his famous article

Claude Elwood Shannon (April 30, 1916February 24, 2001), an American electrical engineer and mathematician, has been called "the father of information theory", and was the founder of practical digital circuit design theory.(Wikipedia)

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Click here to view his famous article which began the IT revolution ...


History of Computers Chess

The history of computer chess is a five-decade long quest to solve a difficult intellectual problem. The story started in the earliest day of computing and reflects the general in hardware and software over this period. This online exhibition contains documents, images, artifacts, oral histories, moving images and software related to computer chess from 1945 to 1997.

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Learning Foreign Language by Meditation Method

(This article was written by Han Tat Sang, my friend at Apollo Education Center)

No matter how terrible or how perfect you are at foreign languages, optimism, self-confidence, pleasure and passion are what
Professor Lê Khánh Bằng, creator of the strange studying method called ‘Learning Foreign Language By Meditation Method’, can bring to you.

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