Saturday, 18/11/2017 | 13:02:53
Starbucks Vietnam, the Asia Foundation and REACH have announced a one-year vocational training program to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Fastsell, the mobile marketplace app, (initially targeting release by the end of November) is expected to be soft-launched on 5 December 2016, immediately followed by a direct marketing campaign aimed at retailers who want to list their products for sale.
Beko, a leading home appliances brand in Europe, with the fastest growth in the past seven years, brings to Vietnam the latest technologies from Europe: the NeoFrost and EverFresh+ for refrigerators. The international home appliance brand of Arçelik Group and a Global Premium Partner of FC Barcelona offers product lines that include major appliances, air conditioners and small appliances.
With a shared passion for watercolour painting, eleven artists from the north to the south of Vietnam gathered to create the special exhibition ‘Homogeneity’ at Ho Chi Minh City’s Museum of Fine Arts from November 15-23, 2016.
Travel photographer Tewfic El-Sawy will fly all the way from New York City to Hanoi in November to introduce his latest photo book about the Vietnamese religion of Đạo Mẫu and its ritual, Hầu Đồng.
Truong Thinh Audio Solution, a Bosch Security Certified Partner (BSCP), has sponsored the Electro-Voice (EV) X-Line Advance system for Vietnamese Traditional Music Festival 2016 at the Cultural Center in Kien Giang province.
Having spent six years practicing yoga and meditation, 26-year-old Milena Nguyen, instructor at yoga centre Soulful Garden, writes about the important role of mindful exercise and therapies in the modern world.
‘Beauty blogging’ is a recent trend to emerge in the world of social media. Three Vietnamese beauty bloggers talk about this form of blogging as well as the reality behind their on-screen glamour.
Dong Thap province aims to provide professional training for tourism workers to help develop the country’s tourism industry, reports Huy Tu.
Today, throughout Vietnam, the prevailing image was fermented rice and lychees as the country celebrated ‘Tet Doan Ngo’: the national pest killing day.