He said that after witnessing the efforts of the medical team of Hòa Vang Field Hospital and the whole country to repel the pandemic, he became determined to do his part.
Just a short stroll from a provincial road lies Teng Village in mountainous Ba Tơ District in the central province of Quảng Ngãi, the tranquil home of 200 families from the H’Re ethnic minority and a centre of brocade-making for generations.
Director PIL Nguyễn (real name Nguyễn Phương Phi), who has found fame from posting free online entertainment for children, has recently attracted the attention of net citizens with a series of more than 100 video clips on pagodas throughout Việt Nam. Lê Hương spoke with him about his pagoda project and his passion for cinema.
Preschool teachers in extremely difficult villages, communes, in coastal areas and islands will enjoy an additional allowance of VNĐ450,000 ($20) per month, due to a new decree.
National Highway 16 running through the mountainous districts of Nghệ An Province is known as the “Happy Road” among local ethnic minority groups because it has helped people in remote villages escape poverty.
AEON Vietnam has introduced a self-ordering kiosk at AEON Tan Phu Celadon to offer customers who always want quick and easy food order, convenient payment without waiting in queues. These kiosks are expected to be deployed at AEON Binh Tan this month.
The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Kiên Giang has earmarked VNĐ680 million (US$29,500) to provide relief for households affected by natural disasters in five districts so far this year.