Just a few years ago, community-based tourism was a novelty in Na Ka. When tourists began flocking to this valley for its photogenic views, orchard owners started offering photo services and pick-it-yourself plum tasting. They erected bamboo huts for photo shoots and wooden rest camps. Mong ethnic minority women stand at the entrance gate and provide costumes for rent. … [Read more...] about Na Ka plum valley on Moc Chau plateau, Son La province
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SCG is also known as the leading sustainable corporation with their circular economy activities. Last year, with its vision to cooperate with all sectors in ASEAN towards a sustainable future, 73 students from seven countries across ASEAN have been selected to join corporate’s ASEAN Camp. There, college students had an opportunity to develop their leadership skills and instill a sense of responsibility and given opportunity to bring benefits to the wider society. … [Read more...] about SCG Three decades for quality of life in Vietnam
Van Hau joined the Eredivisie outfit in September last year under a one-year loan agreement from Hanoi. The 1999-born defender was expected to have a good opportunity to show his talents as one of the Vietnam’s best football players, as well as enjoy professional development in a European football environment. However, Van Hau only played four minutes for the first team in the Dutch Cup and mainly played for SC Heerenveen’s youth team. … [Read more...] about Van Hau says goodbye to Dutch football, heads home for V.League
In January 1995, the U.S. opened a liaison office at 7 Lang Ha Street, Hanoi, with former Captain James Hall heading it. At the same time, the Vietnam Liaison Office in Washington D.C, led by Le Van Bang, was also inaugurated. This was an important step towards the historic day of July 11, 1995. … [Read more...] about Vietnam-US relations: 25-year testament to realpolitik success
“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?