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.
When considering old Vietnamese villages, people are quick to think of banyan trees, local wells and communal houses, which are widely seen as “ancient cultural icons” of rural areas. Beside their substantial real life value, they are symbolic of a community culture where people meet, talk and exchange news.
Equality, either for gender, race, or anything else, does not start with something big and ambitious. It starts with the proper respect that people should give to each other, regardless of who you are, or where you are from
This week Hà Nội saw its number of coronavirus patients on the rise, passing three digits to reach above 200 on Tuesday. Hồ Chí Minh City's Hóc Môn District saw new patients rise above 1,000.
How much should we use Facebook, and how much does Facebook use us?
After months of working from home, some local residents in HCM City are reluctant to return to their workplace.
The Vietnamese traditional approach of "love a child, use the rod", is no longer applauded by any sides involved, either conservative or more liberal.
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.