There is a surge in demand for shoe and bag care services in the run-up to Tết every year. Nguyễn Trọng Nghĩa, a sneaker enthusiast, has launched a small business offering care services for footwear and bags including luxury brands like Nike, Dolce & Gabbana and Adidas. If you have a pair of shoes or bags that need to new lease of life then take them to his store in Hà Nội.
Despite most of companies in Việt Nam assuming a “wait-and-see attitude” over the forecasted global economic downturn this year, companies are willing to raise salaries, according to the latest global salary survey from professional recruitment specialist Robert Walters.
Huy and Bảo's project, a research titled "Responsible customer behaviour in protecting the environment by young people" won a grand prize and US$33,000 in scholar ship from the Arizona State University.
The Tây Nguyên (Central Highlands) Province of Gia Lai possesses the potential to develop swiftlet farming to a new level with the increase in the number of farming houses in the province in recent years.
Unlike the majority of Vietnamese Kinh people, every year the Mong people often welcome the Lunar New Year around one month earlier. This year, the Mong people in mountainous Ha Giang Province have had a happier and better Tet after two years of COVID.
The Lunar New Year is a time for everyone in Việt Nam to come together, including foreigners. While some have their own take on Tết traditions, most celebrations are much the same as everyone else's in Việt Nam - food, drink, family and friends! How are you celebrating this Tet?