VinFuture Science Dialogue PVI INSURANCE TAKES LEAD IN THE NON-LIFE INSURANCE MARKET 29 years of commitment “For a brighter life” DestinAsian has honoured Capella Hanoi belonging to Sun Group as the “Best New Hotel in the Asia – Pacific region" Using the Platform of CAEXPO and CABIS to jointly boost Economic Recovery through enhanced pandemic control cooperation The Sherpa - a subsidiary of Masan - has just announced its acquisition of 70% of Mobicast shares with a total cash consideration of VND295.5 billion. What advantages does this group offer to enter into telecommunications and digital services play which is dominated by a number of major telecom companies? Telecommunications and digital services - a piece to its “Point of Life” strategy The Sherpa - a subsidiary of Masan - has just announced its acquisition of 70% of Mobicast shares with a total cash consideration of VND295.5 billion. Operating under the brand Reddi, Mobicast is a … [Read more...] about Entering into telecommunications and digital services play, what competitive edge does Masan offer?
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Nguyễn Hải Huy in action for his former team Than Quảng Ninh. Photo nhandan.vn Peter Cowan One-club men are a dying breed in football and if even Lionel Messi couldn’t finish his career at his beloved Barcelona, what chance did Nguyễn Hải Huy have? It may not appear like the former Than Quảng Ninh captain has a lot in common with one of the greatest players to ever grace a football pitch, but appearances can be deceiving. Both stand about five feet and eight inches (1.70m) tall, both had a two-decade love affair with one team, and both had that relationship prematurely severed due to the financial precarity of their clubs. The similarities end there though, as while I have a modicum of sympathy for what has happened to Messi, I reckon the millions of dollars he’ll earn at Paris Saint Germain will soften the blow of having to leave Barca as they could no longer pay his exorbitant salary. Huy, on the other hand, has reportedly been selling seafood to make ends meet as Than … [Read more...] about The Local Game: Messi’s kindred spirits in Quảng Ninh
Before the Covid-19 pandemic began, Nguyen Bao Anh, a Hanoi graphic designer, would spend nearly an hour every morning showering, putting on makeup, doing her hair, and finding the perfect outfit. But after months of staying at home and adhering to social distancing guidelines, she has got used to getting up, putting on something comfortable and seeing only her immediate family before sitting in front of her laptop without any makeup. Thanks to technology, she has not had any trouble working from home and for the last few months. If anything, she has been more productive, discovering that a lot of work can be done at odd hours and from the comfort of her own bed. "I have found it easier to balance work and life when the commute is just a short stroll down the hall," the 32-year-old says. Working remotely allows her to stay close to her husband and 10-year-old son. So, when informed that her company wants employees back in the office from next week, she has felt distressed and … [Read more...] about Vietnamese reluctant to return to normalcy
“Vaccination is just half the challenge amid the current surge of the Delta variant.” An enhanced and comprehensive approach to reconfiguring critical care in hospitals and at home will be important to Viet Nam’s re-opening roadmap and plan for life with Covid-19, stated Gareth Ward, British ambassador to Vietnam in a webinar held yesterday. The workshop, jointly organized by the British Embassy in Vietnam and the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) Consortium for Global Health, was an opportunity for health experts to exchange knowledge on reconfiguring critical care in the hospitals and community in response to the Covid-19 surge. Health experts of the UK and Vietnam attended the webinar . From the UK perspective, ambassador Gareth said, a comprehensive strategy would help to reduce the pressure on hospitals, protect the health system and support economic resilience amid the pandemic. “Vaccination is just half the challenge,” affirmed the diplomat. … [Read more...] about Covid home treatment – a solution for Vietnam to safely live with Covid-19: UK experts
For over five decades, the tiny lathe-store-cum-house of artisan Le Dinh Thang in Hanoi's Old Quarter area still attracts passers-by by its own beauty - the uniquely beauty that only be seen in Hanoi. For more than 30 years, Mr. Le Dinh Thang has been attached with wood lathe in To Tich street, Hoan Kiem district in Hanoi. People might say that he is one among some last woodturning artisans in Hanoi. In To Tich Street, Mr. Thang's store is the last one practicing the wood lathe profession/ Photo: Hoang Quan. The best shopping places in Hanoi’s Old Quarter area can be found along narrow alleyways close to Hoan Kiem lake, where you can find retailers that have managed to retain their particular trades for generations. In memories of Hanoians, the Old Quarter is not only the representation of Hanoi’s cultural values, but also the concentration of many old trades that were once part of the routine in the capital city. Nowadays, in a modern world, many … [Read more...] about Story of wood
Ho Chi Minh City accounted for the most infections, 6,521 cases, followed by its neighboring provinces of Binh Duong (3,609), Dong Nai (590), and Long An (254). The Health Ministry announced another 240 Covid-19 deaths Tuesday, including 184 in HCMC and 41 in Binh Duong. Another 11,017 patients recovered on Tuesday, raising the number of recoveries to 475,343. Of those in hospitals, 5,133 are severe cases. Vietnam has reported 702,973 cases since the new wave broke out at the end of April and 17,510 have died. The total number of deaths so far is 17,545 cases, accounting for 2.5 percent of the total number of cases and 0.4 percentage points higher than the mortality rate in the world. The country has vaccinated more than 35 million people, among them over 6.78 million have received two doses. "Medicine package for Covid-19 patients" campaign aims to support patients self-isolating at home. Each donation worth VND380,000 ($16.65) can help buy medicine for one patient. For … [Read more...] about Vietnam confirms 11,687 new Covid-19 cases