End of the road for Việt Nam carpooling?
Việt Nam’s taxi operations and booking habits changed forever in 2014, when two big rivals from aboard - Uber and Grab - officialy joined the taxi market to compete with giants like Vinasun and Mai Linh.
A few days ago, a driver working for the Science and Technology Department in the northern province of Ninh Bình was reportedly slapped by his boss.
Young people across the country are getting results of their college exams. While the tests are designed to screen and send the best students to college, some of them fail despite remarkably high scores in the multiple choice test.
The social network may be a virtual world, but we have evidence aplenty that it can cause seriously real damage in the real world.
After thirty years of major economic reform, Hà Nội has found its own way to integrate with the rest of the world, in terms of tourism.
A series of cases in which local residents assaulted strangers people coming to their areas because they are mistaken as children kidnappers are reported recently.
Old people aged 60 and more are expected to account for 17 per cent of Việt Nam’s population by 2030 and 25 per cent in 2050 but the country almost have no programmes or solutions in places to adapt to the aging population.
Việt Nam, specifically HCM City, should have more insightful concept museums.
I strongly believe, as a mother of a four-year-old girl, that we should not force formal learning on them at a tender age.
Blood sports like buffalo fighting should be consigned to the history books.