Do reality TV shows brings fame or shame?
Never before have game shows and reality shows been more popular on TV and in the media.
As many locals may already know, HCM City has unveiled a plan to build a new performing arts centre in District 2 on the Thủ Thiêm Peninsula.
Tour guides are known as cultural ambassadors for their country and community in the eyes of foreign visitors. Whether guides can deliver quality service to tourists is not only essential to the success of their company — and themselves — but also to the image of the tourism industry in Việt Nam.
Lê Thu Trà, a woman living in Hà Nội’s Hà Đông District, lived in anxiety for days because she did not know what happened to the contract she had signed to buy an apartment from a new real estate project.
The story of actress Mai Phương, who has been receiving special treatment for lung cancer, with the sympathies and love she received from fans and friends, offers food for thought.
Four days after last Monday’s fire near National Children’s Hospital in Hà Nội, two human skulls were found in the rubble.
Bảo Hoa found that Crazy Rich Asians blurs the distinction between “The Orient” and “The Occident”.
For years, social housing has been a hot issue in Việt Nam. Living in decent, affordable housing in a reasonable location is one of the most important goals for all Vietnamese people.
Many parents were encouraging their children to work early even though they are still in school. Is this a negative thing or does it teach youngsters the value of earning a living?
While classical art shows struggle to attract audiences, popular singers have no trouble selling out their shows even though their tickets are all very expensive.