Can Tho Party Committee Secretary Tran Quoc Trung (R) and Lao Ambassador to Vietnam Sengphet Houngboungnuang Laos enjoys an advantage in the large availability of good agriculture land while Can Tho firms boast rich experience in plant cultivation, that is why the cooperation between the two sides will usher in many chances to increase benefits for both side, he stressed. Besides, the Lao side also hope to cooperate with Can Tho in the fields of education and health care. … [Read more...] about Laos calls for investment to agriculture from Can Tho firms
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Indonesian doctor Susana Somali and her staff cut tightly-bound plastic ropes off dozens of whimpering dogs rescued from the butcher's block after being sold or abandoned during the coronavirus pandemic. Somali's sprawling Jakarta complex, home to about 1,400 canines, has become a refuge for at-risk animals as cash-strapped owners sell them into the Southeast Asian nation's controversial dog meat trade. Mostly acting on tip-offs, Somali and her team hit the streets looking for stray dogs and butcher shops where more and more doomed animals are spending their last days howling in cramped cages. Somali -- who juggles a day job testing COVID-19 samples at a local hospital -- started the shelter in an upscale Jakarta neighbourhood more than a decade ago. Back then, she rescued one or two dogs from a butcher each week. But that number has soared to as many as 20 in recent months as strays are snatched off the streets for their meat. The 55-year-old mother of two negotiates with often … [Read more...] about Indonesia ‘dog doctor’ rescues canines from pandemic peril
“However, the way they show their love may not be right,” he said. “Excessive care may not lead to good things; for example, children could become dependent and immature in their decisions and behaviors. And parents will orient children in the direction they want, not what the children want.” … [Read more...] about 18-year-olds in Vietnam – P1: Are they still kids to parents?
Clearing up telecom waste would also pave the way for new telecom services like mobile money, which uses telecom accounts to pay, said Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Phan Tam at a recent conference. … [Read more...] about MIC to conduct a large-scale inspection on junk SIM cards
"That's when I felt bad because I kept thinking that maybe I missed them somehow," he said. Tung circles back and forth on the main routes twice or three times a night before he goes home. Tung said he bought a second-hand bike with VND1.5m and used his own money to buy the equipment. At first, his wife strongly opposed to him going out so late at night but she was persuaded by his determination. "I do feel happy about his good deeds but I'm worried too. If he wasn't at home at 2 am, I would have to call and went to the gate to wait for him," said Nhu Ngoc, Tung's wife. … [Read more...] about HCM City man offers free nighttime motorbike repair service