“Business owners must obey the rules, as the law cannot make exceptions for every store or restaurant on a street,” Cong explained. “When parking is allowed on certain streets, the matter has been considered by the relevant authorities so as not to disturb the overall flow of traffic.” … [Read more...] about Alley parking a thorny issue in Ho Chi Minh City
“We aim to refresh mPlaza Saigon to give it a new lease on life, and be a place to work, live, and play in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City’s central business district,” said Wendy Koh, Mapletree’s regional chief executive officer of Southeast Asia. … [Read more...] about Mapletree renames Kumho Asiana Plaza to mPlaza Saigon
“South America will in the long-term become an important growth market,” Loof was quoted as saying over the phone, explaining that the company was likely to enter two or three markets around the same time in order to secure supply and production. … [Read more...] about Vietnam part of IKEA’s global expansion: CEO
Middle-income Vietnam managed to jump 30 notches, from 94th in 2010 to 64th in 2016, on the list of the world’s biggest beer-drinking countries, Nguyen Tuan Lam, a WHO advisor for Vietnam, told an event held to discuss a draft decree on preventing alcohol abuse in Hanoi last week. … [Read more...] about Why do Vietnamese drink so much?
The benefits to the club members are numerous: First, home brewing in this scenario ensures the highest-quality organic ingredients for the healthiest possible beer. Next, James supplies all the materials and expertise required including the steel keg and carbon dioxide (CO2) tap. If a keg remains untapped and protected from the sun and excessive heat, the beer will remain fresh for a year or longer. … [Read more...] about Craft beer and BBQ in the mountains in Vietnam