An online exhibition, themed Mid-Autumn Festival, showcases various colorful paintings that promise to bring joy for children and adults amid pandemics. Gallery 39 has opened an online exhibition themed Mid-Autumn Festival, showcasing the latest creations of the G39 group of artists so that the people could enjoy art and painting in the Mid-Autumn Festival in 2021. The old painting entitled "Dream" by Vuong Linh is on display at the exhibition. Photo: 39 Concept The exhibition will last until September 30, 2021, on the Facebook page of Gallery 39 at https://www.facebook.com/39conceptTM . It displays more than 30 paintings by 17 artists who are members of the G39 group, such as painters Le Thiet Cuong, Nguyen Quang Thieu, Nguyen Minh Hieu, Tao Linh, Nguyen Quoc Thang, Ngo Thi Binh Nhi, Nguyen Hong Phuong, Vo Luong Nhi, Vuong Linh, Nguyen Minh, Pham Tran Quan, and Tran Giang Nam. In particular, it also includes the works of five little artists, including … [Read more...] about The vibe of Autumn in G39 group’s paintings
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Online platforms will help Vietnamese businesses expand their foothold in the foreign market. Vietnamese furniture exporters have been grasping opportunities to expand their foothold in the foreign market as the country is a member of multiple trade deals including the CPTPP and EVFTA, being emerged as an attractive alternative option. Making wooden products in a facility in Ung Hoa District, Hanoi. Photo: Cong Hung Insiders have said that the challenges are huge, but the opportunities since the pandemic have been pushing major buyers in Europe, the US, or Japan to look beyond China. Local firms, however, would not be able to grasp such opportunities if they are unable to approach customers during the pandemic. Taking furniture to online platforms While the Covid-19 pandemic has been causing tremendous hardship for businesses over the world, the combination of traditional and online selling channels is expected to open the door for Vietnam’s wood … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s wood industry strives to extend its reach globally
Vietnam remains steadfast on pursuing bilateral economic relations with the US towards harmonization and sustainability, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Any possible US probe into plywood imports from Vietnam should be fair, according to Le Thi Thu Hang, spokesperson of the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). US probe into Vietnam plywood imports should be fair. “Such an investigation should take into account international and World Trade Organization (WTO) practices, as well as the sound economic – trade relations between Vietnam and the US,” Hang said at a press conference on June 11, adding it needs to ensure rightful benefits of law-compliant enterprises and customers from the two countries. Hang noted bilateral trade turnover in 2019 hit nearly US$76 billion, up 26.2% year-on-year. Vietnam remains steadfast on enhancing bilateral trade – economic – investment relations with the US towards building harmonious, sustainable and … [Read more...] about US probe into Vietnam plywood imports should be fair: Spokesperson
After acquisition of Mobicast and Reddi, can Masan become the “Reliance Jio” of Vietnam? On September 21, The Sherpa, a subsidiary of Masan Group Corporation, announced an investment of $13 million to acquire a 70-per-cent stake in mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Mobicast and officially expand to the telecommunications sector. This is Masan's first step into the digital services sector. Mobicast's services target tech-savvy customers with great demand for data usage and digital lifestyle. As a result, the startup can help Masan to complete its offline-to-online offerings of necessities and financial services. An MVNO offers a fast and cost-efficient system to build transmission and reception network infrastructure. Besides this, an MVNO is considered a catalyst for competition in the mobile telecommunications market. MVNO players will develop value-added services on mobile devices, helping to improve quality and diversify experiences. It is estimated that necessities … [Read more...] about After acquisition of Mobicast and Reddi, can Masan become the “Reliance Jio” of Vietnam?
The inevitable thirst for talents in digital transformation is everyone’s business According to a 2018 survey of the International Data Corporation, the digital transformation is a must-have keyword in the development strategy of many businesses. Along with that, the pandemic has become a catalyst forcing enterprises to step up their digital transforming applications as they had no other choices but to work, connect, and manage their workforces remotely. Numerous companies have reshaped their operations by implementing technology in every department and getting used to the online data system to cope with this new reality. However, some people missed a crux of the whole problem – the pressure upon the IT department, in which the software and system developers play a vital role in the smooth operation of businesses during the digital transformation. That leads to escalation in the already high demand for talents in this field, turning it into a talent thirst in the HR system. … [Read more...] about Navigating the acute talent shortage for digital transformation
The cities and provinces that have controlled Covid outbreaks have reopened some services and received their first travelers. Ha Long City, September 20, 2021 On September 20, people in Ha Long City of Quang Ninh began returning to private beaches and sun bathing at Hon Gai, Bai Chay and Tuan Chau after two months. Ha Long City has also resumed sports activities. Football playing fields, gym centers and billiard clubs receive clients on September 19. As of September 20, all four cities of Quang Ninh province had released decisions to reopen some entertainment services. Since 12 pm of the day, Mong Cai City reopened cinemas, karaoke, massage, bar, pub, club, aesthetic services, spa, internet service and electronic games. Tourism sites, belief and religious establishments, restaurants, eateries, street shops, cafes, tea shops, and weddings have also been allowed to resume. Uong Bi City has reopened football playing fields, gym and yoga centers, and billiard clubs since 5 … [Read more...] about Some cities reopen beaches, restaurants under new rules