My cousin jokingly reminded her husband before he took their
four-year-old son to kindergarten that he should not leave the poor
child at a petrol station.
Recently, on the boisterous streets of Ho Chi Minh City, a motorbike
taxi group has been offering free transport for the disabled. The
group's members are young, from all social classes, and share a common
goal: to help the disabled community.
The public has been stirred up again following the
death of another baby who received the five-in-one vaccine of Quinvaxem
in southern Bac Lieu Province last week.
The Vietnamese Party and State would continue to welcome
non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to work in Viet Nam with a raft of
incentives, especially in priority areas for national development.
Civil servants and State employees will enjoy nine days off during the
Tet festival, January 28 to February 5, 2014, following approval by
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.
The enforcement of the Law on Domestic Violence
Prevention and Control had met with difficulties due to migration and a
lack of information.
Japanese artist Toba Mika's fifth exhibition in Viet Nam includes 31
works that reflect her interest in the country since her first visit in
Delegates and experts attending a leading oil and gas event of Southeast
Asia yesterday called for closer cooperation to cope with opportunities
and challenges concerning the rising energy demand in the region.
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