Created 17 June 2022
PDFPrintE-mail

Inmates allowed to work outside prisons

Prisons under the Ministry of Public Security are allowed to cooperate with local organizations to let inmates work outside of jail.

Inmates allowed to work outside prisons

 
Created 16 June 2022
PDFPrintE-mail
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

Hà Nội residents enjoy rooftop solar benefits (Video)

Although there is less sunshine in northern Việt Nam than in other regions, some Hà Nội residents are still happy with the electricity their rooftop solar power systems produce.

   
Created 07 June 2022
PDFPrintE-mail
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

Thousands of volunteers join hands to clean up Việt Nam (Video)

At 7am on Sunday morning, Bùi Thị Thúy’s family are already up and preparing to leave the house. The couple and their children were excited to get ready and join more than 6000 volunteers to clean up trash across the country.

 
Created 06 June 2022
PDFPrintE-mail

Langbiang Mountain's special rescue squad ready to save lives

Whenever emergencies arise, Lạc Dương town's Volunteer Fire Rescue Squad is ready to spring into action.

   
Created 29 April 2022
PDFPrintE-mail

Monk's wheelchair repairs give disabled new lease of life

In a small yard of An Viên Ashram in a deep zigzagging alley in HCM City, Monk Minh repairs and upgrades old wheelchairs.

 
Created 04 April 2022
PDFPrintE-mail

Tips collection in Phú Quốc island sparks public concern

Tipping is not compulsory in Việt Nam and only tends to happen at high-end venues.

   
Created 02 April 2022
PDFPrintE-mail
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

The problem with Vietnam's deference to hierarchy, seniority

Hierarchy and seniority have always been a feature of Vietnamese society. While they may foster respect between people, they also discourage fairness, transparency and progress.

Too Much Deference: Changing the Pattern | CYGNUS Blog

 
Created 22 December 2021
PDFPrintE-mail

Mattress brand fined for shirtless men ad on Hanoi metro

A mattress brand has been fined VND137 million ($6,000) for running an "inappropriate" ad campaign featuring young, shirtless men on the Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line.

A group of shirtless men wearing Santa Clause pants on the Cat Linh - Ha Dong metro line, December 2021. Photo by Vua Nem

   
Created 20 October 2021
PDFPrintE-mail

AstraZeneca Vietnam fosters female empowerment amid Covid

For International Day of the Girl, AstraZeneca's Young Health Program (YHP) joined the global Girls Takeover to promote inclusion and highlight obstacles faced by young women in Vietnam.

polyad

 
Created 16 October 2021
PDFPrintE-mail

Making the right decisions for the nation's good

The Government of Việt Nam late Tuesday issued its highly-anticipated Resolution No.128 on the adoption of provisional guidelines on safe and flexible living with COVID-19, after a few weeks of what presumed to be much haggling between invited stakeholders.

   

Page 1 of 7