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Việt Nam's COVID response prevented disaster in more ways than one

When Việt Nam began cautiously reopening before the deadly fourth wave of COVID-19 had completely subsided around a year ago, many met the news with scepticism and worry.

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Award-winning movie to hit the silver screen

Chuyên's movie won the top prize in the Golden Balloon award (Montgolfière d'or) at the Festival des 3 Continents 2022 in Nantes, France, on Monday. The award put the director's name and Vietnamese cinema on the international cinema map.


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Negative remarks from co-workers affect my career

I am nearly 40 years old, been working in an office for 10. I started working when I was almost 30 because I completed my undergraduate studies relatively late and took some time to complete a master's.

   

Vietnamese students, engineers in U.S. gutted by mass tech layoffs

It was a week since he got an unexpected termination email from Meta in early November, but Minh Pham was still reeling from its effect.
Vietnamese students, engineers in U.S. gutted by mass tech layoffs

 

Vietnamese students, engineers in US gutted by mass tech layoffs

It was a week since he got an unexpected termination email from Meta in early November, but Minh Pham was still reeling from its effect.
Vietnamese students, engineers in US gutted by mass tech layoffs

   

Chăm people's pottery making art named heritage in need of urgent safeguarding

The recognition was made at the 17th session of the Inter-governmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Rabat, Morocco, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

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Hong Kong actor Louis Koo: 'I want to make movies in Vietnam'

Actor Louis Koo revealed to VnExpress in an interview that he loves Vietnam and wishes to set up a film company here one day.
Hong Kong actor Louis Koo: 'I want to make movies in Vietnam'

   

Vietnamese entry wins top prize at French film festival

Vietnamese feature film "Tro tan Ruc Ro" (Glorious Ashes) picked up the "Golden Balloon" award at the 44th Festival des 3 Continents, also known as the Three Continents Film Festival.
Vietnamese entry wins top prize at French film festival

 

Lacquer painting fetches over $400,000 at French auction

‘La famille de bergers’, a lacquer work of famous painter Nguyen Khang was sold for 390,000 euros ($404,000) by auction house Aguttes in France.
La famille de bergers by Nguyen Khang. Photo courtesy of Aguttes

   

Norwegian artists exchange with Vietnamese audiences

Lê Hương chats with 2 Norwegian artists, who are touring in Hà Nội and Hồ Chí Minh City to conduct workshops on contemporary dances and light in dances.

 

Quảng Ninh fully taps local ethnic cultures for tourism development

This year, provincial authorities have organised a variety of programmes and activities aimed at boosting tourism and improving the accessibility of tourism products tied to ethnic minority cultures.

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Conference looks at protecting national, cultural and family values

The conference, "The Systems of National Values, Cultural Values, Family Values and The Vietnamese Human Standard Values in the New Era", was held yesterday with more than 120 scientists, experts, cultural authorities, and UNESCO representatives to Việt Nam participating.

 

Boycotted TikToker fined $302 for mocking the poor

A TikToker who was widely boycotted after posting videos of himself publicly humiliating people while serving them meals was fined VND7.5 million ($302.91).
Boycotted TikToker fined $302 for mocking the poor

   

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