Expats on love, marriage and children
Marriage and children have been hot topics in Việt Nam of late, thanks to the Government’s announcement that it wants people to marry before 30 and have two kids before 35, with tax breaks and other policies on offer to encourage procreation.
Mai came to Việt Nam in October 2018 under a two-year volunteer programme carried out by the Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) since 1995.
Drowning is one of the top causes of death of children in Việt Nam, with more children drowning here than any other country in Southeast Asia.
As social distancing continues to take its toll on residents obliging by the rules, one expat English teacher has decided to use the time to good effect.
The country has been putting in place preparations since January, knowing the potential impacts of the epidemic.
French artist Jacob Reymond, who is famous for artworks inspired by music, will showcase his paintings at L’Espace from 6pm today.
Resident DJs of the Tokyo-based Bonobo Club will host a music show “Bonobo Club Tokyo Take Over!” at The Observatory on March 20.
His first trip to Đà Lạt and Nha Trang in 1999 was only for about 10 days, but it was “life-changing”, and how he has had an exhibition of his paintings held at Exhibition House 16 Ngô Quyền Street, Hà Nội, that wraps up tomorrow.