New shows for children hit the stage Theatres in Hanoi are busy launching new shows ahead of International Children's Day on June 1 and the upcoming summer holidays. This season's offerings are diverse and exciting as theatres continue to invest in quality programming. … [Read more...] about Stage stalwart creates show for children on YouTube
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Listeners have also taken spring cleaning to the next level. Spotify’s Cleaning Kit playlist has seen a 30 per cent increase in streaming; while overall streams have increased by more than 65 per cent. Users are mopping to songs made for dancing, including Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson, Roar by Katy Perry, and Work by Drake and Rihanna. In fact, there are now more than 940,000 cleaning playlists on Spotify today. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 leads to new entertainment habits
In September 1990, former Foreign Minister Nguyen Co Thach met his counterpart James Baker in New York, marking the first official high-level meeting between the two governments since the Paris Peace Accords were signed in 1973 to end the Vietnam War. The two former foreign ministers agreed to draw up a roadmap to normalize ties. … [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?
The Ministry of Public Security has decided to prosecute former Minister of Industry and Trade Vũ Huy Hoàng on charges of violating regulations over the management and use of State assets, causing losses and wastefulness, Tô Ân Xô, chief of the ministry’s Office, said on Saturday. … [Read more...] about Former trade minister to be prosecuted for State asset misuse