Cisco Vietnam is looking back on a series of milestones in helping build out Vietnam's ICT industry It has been 20 years since Cisco opened its very first office in Hanoi, doubling down on its presence and operations in the country since 1990. Throughout such a long journey, Cisco Systems Vietnam (Cisco Vietnam) has grown into a business that not only provides high-value products and services but also plays an active and positive role in the country under the vision “change the way people live, play and learn". … [Read more...] about 20-year anniversary of Cisco Vietnam: long journey with massive achievements
Celebrates founding anniversary
"This year, Việt Nam will mark the 90th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Việt Nam and the VFF, the 75th National Day, the 130th birthday of President Hồ Chí Minh. The country is also serving as Chair of ASEAN and a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the term 2020-2021," he said. … [Read more...] about Party, State leader sends New Year wishes to all Vietnamese
Tet Nguyen Dan is a Sino-Vietnamese word for Feast of the very First Morning of the year, which is celebrated to mark the advent of spring according to the Lunar Calendar. Tet takes place from the first day of the first month of the Lunar calendar (around late January or early February) until at least the third day. This year, the first day of Lunar year will fall on January 25 on Gregorian Calendar. … [Read more...] about What to know about Tet holiday in Vietnam?
The CEO of a real estate consultantancy in HCMC’s Binh Chanh District, who did not wish to be named, said most real estate employees in 2020 took home the worst Tet bonuses in the past five years, with only around 20 percent of brokers in HCMC reporting positive business results. … [Read more...] about Austere Tet for real estate brokers as bonuses plummet
Hanging the national flag, an indispensable part of Tet celebrations in South Sudan Without fresh peach blossoms, Vietnamese peacekeepers make their own peach branches to ensure a cozy spring in a place with scorching weather An altar worshipping Late President Ho Chi Minh with a tray of fruits, including a green papaya planted by Vietnamese peacekeepers Preparing banana leaves to wrap chung cakes because there are no phrynium leaves in Bentiu. Banana leaves were found and cut in Bentiu Ingredients for a chung cake, including green bean, glutinous rice is brought from Vietnam. Meat is provided by the UN Wrapping chung cakes in a distant country helps the peacekeepers feel closer to Tet in the homeland A warm Tet with comrades around the pot of chung cakes Tet atmosphere in Bentiu First batch of chung cakes brings traditional Tet to Vietnamese peacekeepers … [Read more...] about Special Tet of Vietnamese peacekeepers