It’s perhaps a child’s greatest right to dream and enjoy a happy life. While many hold great ambition, others simply dare to dream of a normal life without illness. Among these are young patients suffering from the blood disorder thalassemia.
Migrant workers in HCM City are seeking part-time work to compensate for reduced hours after the second COVID-19 outbreak.
Đào is calling locals to help poor and disadvantaged students have enough books, stationery supplies and clothes for the new school year.
What makes him special is the large magnet he tows behind the motorbike rear to pick up nails, helping make other road users safer.
Trần Quốc Việt, residing in Ninh Kiều District, starts work at 5am every day to take food from kind-hearted traders at local markets to donate to charity.
The HCM City Department of Performing Arts is working on a project to provide funding to theatres and drama troupes to release plays on YouTube as a way to bring the art closer to audiences.
There is nothing unusual about barber shops, but in HCM City there is a barber shop that moves.
Cải lương tuồng cổ (a form of Vietnamese folk opera) is in need of state support as it faces a severe shortage of human resources, according to Người Lao Động (Labourer) newspaper.