Croque monsieur

With the chief of the chefs, Shardul Kulkarni, executive chef of Sheraton Saigon Grand Opera Hotel.

Young Vietnamese rapper creating viral hits

Pháo, also known as Pháo Northside, whose real name is Nguyễn Diệu Huyền, has showcased exceptional skills in fast-flow rap and talent in songwriting, which earned her second place in the competition.
Sunday

Fly To Sky contributes to building a better Việt Nam

Lê Văn Phúc, a 22-year-old university student from Gia Lai Province, has founded a non-profit organisation dedicated to alleviating social problems in Việt Nam that focuses on five main aspects: clean energy and sustainable environment, social security, financial support, community healthcare, and culture and education.
Sunday

Vietnamese cinema faces tough challenges

Many Vietnamese filmmakers said that previously, raising funds for Vietnamese films was difficult, but now, after the COVID-19 pandemic, finding funds for film production has become even harder in the overall challenging situation.
Sunday

End of an era: Ngọt's 10-year indie legacy

Ngọt or Sweet, a young indie band, brought a breath of fresh air when they entered the music scene a decade ago and were one of the top trendsetters in Việt Nam's music scene until their recent split.
Sunday

There’s nothing boring about board games

Board games have been a popular pastime for centuries, but in recent years, they have experienced a resurgence in popularity. People of all ages are rediscovering the joy of sitting down with friends and family to play a game together.
Sunday

Journey of a reel warrior

Martial artist Ben Eagle aims to inspire young people, especially children, to think more positively and dare to stand up against wrongdoing.
Sunday

Sustainable tourism blooms in Mường La

With its predominantly mountainous terrain at an average altitude of 500-700m above sea level, Mường La offers a diverse range of natural wonders that promise to captivate every visitor.

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