Every breath you take
Hoàng Tuấn Anh, the creator of the country’s now famous 'Rice ATMs', which provided rice to thousands in need during the three previous coronavirus waves, came up with an oxygen ATM machine network, teaming up with Việt Nam's Young Entrepreneurs Association and HCM City's youth union organisation to help patients during the pandemic.
With its first traffic light installed and six more to come this year, Đà Lạt is no longer the “city without traffic lights, cyclos, and air-conditioners” that it’d long been known as, raising different reactions among those who care about it.
Throughout many upheavals in history, from wars to plagues and pandemics, the good character and manner of the people of Hanoi has flowed freely, and it continues to do so today.
As lockdown eases nationwide, people must stay vigilant of coronavirus risks
Over the past week, more than 1,000 pregnant women in Hà Nội have had their first shots
The famous public address system in Hà Nội seems to be on an historic mission again and is proving an effective channel to transmit urgent messages during the coronavirus pandemic, especially during social distancing.
The school year is set to soon begin, and it is clear to millions of school age students across Việt Nam that their first day back at school and several weeks after will be held online.
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown our lives into disarray and many locals are trying to navigate what makes work "work".
The year 2020 definitely changed our lives in different ways, particularly our shopping habits. The people with whom I have had discussions about vintage fashion and their willingness to shop for older items have all agreed that vintage fashion is taking over the market.