Girls are not wild swans: a lesson in child rearing
There is a long tradition in Việt Nam that adults are always right and children have a responsibility to listen and obey unconditionally. However, things are changing.
While many young people who grow up in a big city are sometimes upset at living in old-style condos, many aged people enjoy their lives there.
Your favourite actress “reveals” that she is using a skincare product or a lipstick that makes her “confident and beautiful anytime”. A famous mother shares on her Facebook page that she finds a mosquito repellent very useful to protect her children, particularly when a dengue fever epidemic is raging in the city. Additionally, they are generous enough to share the links where you can easily buy the products. What would you do?
Việt Nam has had its fair share of beauty contest controversies over the years, but the event’s popularity has never waned. But the latest controversy is different. It has to do with its timing in the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster.
All Vietnamese businesses, not just famous brands, should draw a lesson from the Khaisilk scandal and avoid commiting frauds that will hurt the entire community of entrepreneurs.
The entertainment world is familiar with cases of many celebrated actors turning singers. Venturing into a whole new field means you have to take a risk and accept the consequences.
Local authorities are planning to install automatic car wash stations at gateways to the inner city as they believe the surge in number of vehicles is a major contributor to air pollution in the capital city.
After dinner, Nguyễn Minh Trang, 30, allows her five-year-old daughter, Daisy (her nickname), uses her tablets in 20 minutes to learn English.
An incident recorded at an eatery for low-income people in District 1 of HCM City last week has raised discussion on the attitudes towards becoming independent of Vietnamese university students.
As the equitisation process of the Việt Nam Feature Film Studio (VFS) came to a conclusion earlier this year, it was a bitter moment when filmmakers and fans of the studio learned that the VFS’s brand value was determined at zero Vietnamese dong.