Another name that will soon join the list is badminton ace Nguyen Tien Minh. While the badminton Olympic qualification list will not be announced until April 30, Minh more or less has an Olympic ticket in his grasp since he is currently ranked 24th and the top 50 players will play in the event. … [Read more...] about Which Vietnamese athletes have qualified for 2020 Olympics?
Black female entrepreneurs
Another striking story comes from the film ‘Truyen thuyet ve Quan Tien’ (the Legend of Quan Tien or Fairy Station) by 30-year-old director Dinh Tuan Vu. The film is about three females in the Voluntary Youth Force opening a food shop in a cave on Truong Son mountain range to serve soldiers passing by. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese film industry promotes national identity, diversity
In more than a decade of taking care of the mice it has been routine to be absent from home during the Tet holidays, said veterinarian Ha Thi Nga, busy checking the temperature of some mice that have been separated from the rest. She carefully examines the fur, eyes and tail of each mouse. … [Read more...] about Mice that help save humans
In particular, if the peacock's tail is naturally, shaped like a coin, in the Vietnamese people's opinion, the symbol of money symbolises for fortune and luck, that peacock is very favoured with businessmen so they are ready to pay a high price to buy a pair of peacocks during Tết, according to Nhài’s father, Nguyễn Hữu Vinh, 60, who also took care peacocks every day. … [Read more...] about Nurturing peacocks at home bringing high income to a family in Nam Định
The façade of the Danang Hospital in Vietnam’s central coastal region. More than a dozen patients with fevers are being treated there on January 26 – PHOTO: TNO HCMC – A female Chinese tourist was pronounced dead upon being transported to a private hospital in the central coastal city of Danang on Saturday, the first day of the Lunar New Year. … [Read more...] about Chinese tourist dies in Danang as coronavirus scare intensifies