Every modern man thinks of how to invest money beneficially. As you know, demand creates supply. Today, there are a lot of methods to invest money profitably available for any person. So, let us review the most interesting one. Forex is a young financial market. It attracts more and more people every day due to the growing trend of making money on fluctuations of the exchange rates. Forex appeared as a reason of elimination of the golden standard abolition. So, a decision to establish a new currency system was made in Kingstone 1976. From that moment, the exchange is performed at free market prices. The main Forex market participants are central and commercial banks, large corporations, investing funds, Forex brokers, but private individuals can also participate. What is the main trading tool on Forex? A currency pair is the main financial tool for Forex trading. All trading operations are carried out with it. More information … [Read more...] about How to invest money? A short guide for growing your wealth in 2018
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Insects will be at the heart of worldwide crop losses as the climate warms up, predicts a US study. Wheat, a crop typically grown in cool climates, could be hit hard, say the authors -- Photo: KEITH EWING / CC BY 2.0 Scientists estimate the pests will be eating 10-25% more wheat, rice and maize across the globe for each one degree rise in climate temperature. Warming drives insect energy use and prompts them to eat more. Their populations can also increase. This is bound to put pressure on the world's leading cereal crops, says study co-author Curtis Deutsch. "Insect pests currently consume the equivalent of one out of every 12 loaves of bread (before they ever get made). By the end of this century, if climate change continues unabated, insects will be eating more than two loaves of every 12 that could have been made," the University of Washington, US, researcher told BBC News. What does the study show? Prof Deutsch, Joshua Tewksbury and colleagues have conducted a study … [Read more...] about Pests to eat more crops in warmer world
How to braise tasty fish andpork without wood-burning stoveThe final product has eye-catching caramel color, distinctive fragrance and tender chunks of meat and flavorful fish is. Braised fish or pork is such a staple in every family meal that the dishes become a Vietnamese signature. Some people would diversify the dish by adding extra tastes such as tamarind, tofu or pineapple, but the most memorable version, one that can arouse nostalgia, is always the fish/pork braised in a clay pot on a wood-burning stove, topped with some black pepper. Braised gobyIngredients: 500 grams of goby, green onion, shallot, black pepper, chili, sugar, salt, fish sauce.Preparation:Clean the fish and strain. In the countryside, people usually put the fish in a bamboo basket and rub it with banana leaves or bamboo leaves to remove its slime. But in case you cannot find those leaves, use a knife to scrape the fish and then clean it with salt.Put the macrobiotic pot on the stove and make the caramel … [Read more...] about How to braise tasty fish and pork without wood-burning stove
Viet Nam News HCM City — Staff from 30 Vietnamese and Germany companies met at a workshop last weekend in Hà Nội organised by TRAFFIC to learn the benefits of adopting a zero-tolerance policy on wildlife crime. Taking a public stance against buying, gifting and consuming wild animals could make their companies more competitive, workshop leaders said. “Wildlife trafficking is transnational by nature and has repercussions that are felt worldwide. It is an issue that resonates with the German people and we are pleased with this opportunity for German and Vietnamese companies to join together and spread a united message against this crime,” said Katharina Trump, anti-poaching programme manager at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)-Germany. During the workshop, participants learned how to enact a corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy to attract ecologically-minded clients, increase competitiveness, and mitigate potential risks. The workshop … [Read more...] about Companies learn how to adopt zero-tolerance policy on wildlife crime
How to dance professionally in SaigonBy Bradley Winterton Dutch choreographer Joost Vrouenraets has arrived in HCMC to prepare for contemporary dance show Café Saigon on June 30 at the Saigon Opera House - PHOTO: COURTESY OF HBSO HCMC - When I arrived at the Saigon dance studio one morning last week, 16 dancers were going through their paces to recorded piano music. They had probably all seen me before, with the exception of the Dutch lady who was in charge of the rehearsal, but the only one I recognized was Sung A Lung who had made his debut as an HBSO choreographer last year. This was later to become a session dedicated to the upcoming contemporary dance show Café Saigon, due to premier on June 30 at the Saigon Opera House. But for the moment the whole company was limbering up to its routine selection of piano pieces deemed especially suitable for ballet dancers anywhere in the world. Watching these highly professional dancers, in essence the cream of the cream of … [Read more...] about How to dance professionally in Saigon
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese honey companies have been exporting raw honey at low prices to other countries from which products are re-exported at high prices with foreign labels. Vietnam now exports raw honey at low prices According to VBA (Vietnam Beekeepers Association), in 2016 Vietnam’s honey output was nearly 50,000 tons, of which 40,000 tons were exported, while domestic consumption just accounted for 20 percent. In 2016 Vietnam’s honey output was nearly 50,000 tons, of which 40,000 tons were exported, while domestic consumption just accounted for 20 percent. VBA reported that from the beginning of the year to September 15, Vietnam exported 29,000 tons of bee honey, but only 1,469 tons were exported to Europe. RELATED NEWS Honey harvesting season in Hung Yen The sweet lives of bee hunters Chi Mai … [Read more...] about Raw honey producers export at low prices
Hanoi’s egg coffee has received numerous compliment for international media. Per a recent piece in The Guardian about the coffee, “It doesn’t taste of egg – more like vanilla – and while I can taste the coffee at the bottom of the cup, the egg part is surprisingly light-tasting and not at all sickly, though certainly sweet. The cold option, laden with ice, is more of a dessert and tastes like coffee ice-cream”. The hot version of egg coffee comes resting in a small dish of hot water to maintain its temperature. The strong coffee taste at the bottom of the cup seeps through the egg -- the yellow layer on top -- and is quite thick and sweet, though not sickly. And now, the page Cultura Colectiva+ published a video clip about how to make this drink: … [Read more...] about How to make Hanoi`s egg coffee?
UNESCO has given feedback about Vietnam’s ca tru file. Director of the Music Institute, Le Toan, talked about the compilation of the ca tru file and how to restore this art. We had to stop compiling the ca tru file for a long time in 2006 because UNESCO changed the form of recognition of intangible hertigages. Did we have to amend the file much to fit new criteria? We had been compiling the file for over one year when UNESCO changed its criteria for choosing heritages. We had to add more information to the file, but the old data was not redundant. There is a controversy about the birth of ca tru. Some say that it appeared in the 11th century and others say in the 15th century. What is the Music Institute’s opinion about it? Historical documents dating back to the 11th century have some words about ca tru but they are unclear. It was not until the 15th century when ca tru flourished to become a type of art. The most important part of the file is the … [Read more...] about How to restore ca tru?
Megastar, the country's leading film distributor, has announced a dragon-painting contest for people aged between six and 29 with the prize being invitations to the premiere of the animated 3D Hollywood film How to train your dragon probably at the end of April. It is open to contestants in Ha Noi, Hai Phong, Da Nang, and HCM City and Dong Nai Province who have to hand-paint a dragon using any material but without using computers. Each contestant can send no more than one entry. The contestants will be divided into two age groups – six to 15 and 16 to 29 – and they can get the paper from and send their entries to local Megastar cineplexes before April 9. Twenty six of them will be invited to the film along with their families besides getting cash prizes. Source: Vnn … [Read more...] about Megastar unveils ‘How to train your dragon’ contest
PV Oil has yet to decide how to sell sharesLan Nhi HANOI – PetroVietnam Oil Corporation (PV Oil) has yet to pick a method to sell shares to strategic partners. PV Oil unveiled a plan on Tuesday to launch its long-awaited initial public offering (IPO) on the Hochiminh Stock Exchange (HOSE) on January 25. The firm will sell more than 206 million shares, accounting for 20% of its chartered capital. Each share is expected to cost VND13,400 (US$0.58). Therefore, it intends to hold two road shows, with one in HCMC on January 11 and the other in Hanoi City on January 12, just ahead of the IPO. It will then sell 44.72% of its shares to strategic partners, with foreign investors allowed to own up to 49% of the company. PV Oil has not chosen a put-through or normal method for the share sale. It said its final decision would depend on the number of strategic investors who put their names down for share acquisition. The selling price of shares for strategic investors would not be lower than … [Read more...] about PV Oil has yet to decide how to sell shares