A father in the central province of Nghe An has been arrested after throwing his seven-day-old son into a well which led to the baby's death. The mother, Nguyen Thi Hong burns incense at the altar of her newborn son According to Nguyen Thi Hong, 23, she and her husband, Truong Van Dat, 22, had a quarrel during a dinner party at home on March 22 and he suddenly took the sleeping baby and threw into a nearby well. "No one could imagine he would do that when he took the baby out," the poor mother said. "So we just didn't have enough time to prevent him." Explaining about the father's action, Hong said that earlier that day he came to the hospital to take her and their newborn baby home and they held a small party at their house with some relatives in Dong Ban Village, Dong Hop Commune. "During the party he said that he lost VND500,000 (USD22) and he thought I took the money but I said I didn't and we quarrelled about that," Hong said. "And he became angry and grabbed our baby." … [Read more...] about Father kills newborn son over family quarrel
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VietNamNet Bridge - It’s still too early to tell if VietNamTa, which means ‘our Vietnam’, will be popular among Vietnamese, but it is getting more users day by day. Having officially got a license from the Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC), VietNamTa is a social network designed by Vietnamese for Vietnamese. It’s still too early to tell if VietNamTa, which means ‘our Vietnam’, will be popular among Vietnamese, but it is getting more users day by day. Second, the ‘message’ is one of the most regularly used features. On VietNamTa, there is ‘luu lai’ (save) option which allows users to easily search important messages and use them as emails. RELATED NEWS 75% of Vietnamese students under-12 use social media, not aware of risks: survey Vietnam to introduce code of conduct on social networks Mai Lan … [Read more...] about How is the new VietNamTa social network faring?
The story of Wipro Unza having been voted one of the Best Companies To Work For In Asia 2018 is a great example of building an open, friendly, professional and effective work environment. Last year, Wipro Unza was awarded Best Places To Work For In Vietnam 2017. At the award ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on September 14, Pham Hai Van, CEO of Wipro Unza Vietnam said " This is the result of the engagement and dedication of all of the employees in sticking together to create a working environment as a second home. At the same time, the award also demonstrates our focus on human resources as the company's most valuable asset, which is critical to the sustainable development of our company. We have proven that together we are able to achieve whatever we want. Every day, we are constantly seeking and creating new opportunities through diverse talents in knowledge, skills and thinking. We give our employees challenging jobs to boost their limits and improve their capabilities. … [Read more...] about Wipro Unza CEO reveals how to make employees love the company as their home
Viet Nam News Nguyễn Việt Hùng has a passion for tea. Especially tea that is organic. That is, grown using nature’s way rather than chemicals and fertilisers. He has travelled all around Việt Nam and learned a lot about tea. So much so that he won a smart award. By Bùi Quỳnh Hoa Inner Sanctum: Could you tell us how you got involved with organic tea? I started to study organic tea 10 years ago, but became more seriously devoted in the last five years. At first, I did it because I loved drinking tea and wanted to brew tea in my own way. But gradually, after travelling to northern mountainous provinces such as Hà Giang, Sơn La and Yên Bái, where tea forests can be up to 300 years old, I’ve fallen in love with organic tea. I took part in the Tea Master Cup Competition in 2016, which was held in Việt Nam, and became the champion. This was a chance for me to meet other tea … [Read more...] about Tea champ loves the drink
MANAGUA— Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega opened talks on Wednesday with opposition groups in a bid to quell a month of anti-government unrest that has seen more than 50 people killed. The Church-mediated dialogue, which got underway in the capital Managua, involved representatives of university students who are leading the protests against Ortega as well as some from business groups and unions. Ortega told the room that the aim of the talks was to "get past this tragic moment" and restore "peace" to the country, one of Latin America’s poorest. He was however interrupted by student representatives calling him a "murderer" and urging "an end to the repression." "We have come to demand you order the immediate halt of the attacks. You’re the boss of the paramilitaries, of the troops, of the mobs backing the government," said a leader of the student coalition, Lester Aleman. The unrest was the worst faced by Ortega in his past 11 years as president. The … [Read more...] about Nicaragua’s Ortega holds crisis talks with opposition after unrest