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".
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.
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.
In recent weeks and months, there have been umpteen reports of foreigners of seemingly all stripes in Việt Nam struggling to renew their visas to remain in the country, whether they hold tourist visas, legitimate labour visas and work permits or less legitimately acquired paperwork.
A mother's love is often talked about, but a child's longing for their mother can also touch millions of hearts.
Summer is creeping towards the finish line but schoolchildren can't enjoy the break or have some good time away from hot cities.
This wave of COVID-19 has been hitting Việt Nam really hard. The country jumped from about 3,500 cases to more than 11,000 in just six weeks, while hundreds of thousands of people have been quarantined.
For those who proudly show they are vaccinated, bear in mind that you're not safe until everyone else is safe. The danger of the coronavirus coming back has never been more destructively real than now.
Less than a week after rapper Đen Vâu released his latest music video titled Trốn tìm or Hide and Seek on YouTube, it topped 18 million views.
The actions of the country in recent days are reminiscent of the world-famous hand-written letters by General Võ Nguyên Giáp when he called on the advancing troops to race faster to Sài Gòn in 1975 and reunite Việt Nam.
The Association of Cultural and Culinary Societies of Việt Nam recently proposed hosting a festival dedicated to bánh chưng and bánh dày, honouring Lang Liêu as the “founding father” of all Vietnamese culinary traditions.
Much has been said and written about vaccine passports around the world and in Việt Nam too.
It’s official: The imported maple trees along Hà Nội’s Nguyễn Chí Thanh Boulevard are to be removed. Five years after they were planted in the hope of providing local people with some red and yellow hues during the capital’s beautiful autumn, which has long inspired musicians and poets, the trees simply could not survive the weather.
Business owners on Bùi Viện Street are suffering from a lack of customers due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A horror tackle by HCM City FC midfielder Ngô Hoàng Thịnh left Hà Nội FC midfielder Đỗ Hùng Dũng with a broken leg and the prospect of at least six months on the sidelines.