Nguyễn Ngọc Hiếu became blind just as his life was coming together in Ho Chi Minh City.
All of a sudden he found himself in a sad situation. He then picked himself up and he now owns massage parlours in the city.
An excavation unearthed a section of foundation and wall of trench on the west and south of the Điện Hải Citadel in the city’s downtown following a restoration project starting last month.
Nguyễn Ngọc Hiếu, a blind man, is the director of two massage parlours in HCM City, creating jobs for some 30 people who share his plight.
Glorious jade sceptres, precious terracotta mythical creatures and gigantic bronze drums are few among 300 artefacts being showcased in public for the first time.
Twenty years ago, a bathrobe-wearing stoner and his two buddies entrenched themselves in the public consciousness with a strange little movie about bowling, White Russians and a ruined rug.
Combining the essence of minimalism and cosiness of Eastern culture and the “unique” thinking and elegance of Western culture, Regent Hotels and Resorts features among the world’s best luxury hotels.
The 19th Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO) kicked off at Hà Nội’s University of Science and Technology on May 6, attracting the participation of 188 contestants from 25 countries and territories.
Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam has urged HCM City to boost the application of high technology in tracing the origins of food products as a way to gradually change the habits of production and consumption to improve awareness of food safety.
Nine localities of the central region of Việt Nam attended a ceremony in Bình Định Province for the formal reception of UNESCO recognition of bài chòi art as an item of world intangible cultural heritage.
The US State Department’s 2017 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices made some assessments that are not objective and do not correctly reflect the actual situation in Việt Nam, despite the report’s recognition of Việt Nam’s achievements in protecting human rights.