“This year we will see the participation of famed players such as Phan Huy Hoàng, winner of the 2020 National Table Tennis Team Championship’s men’s singles, Nguyễn Văn Ngọc, gold medalist of the 2020 National Table Tennis Team Championship’s men’s team, Mai Thanh Thúy and Vũ Thị Thúy, winning duo of the 2020 National Table Tennis Clubs Championship,” said Long. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS DECEMBER 3
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“For visually-impaired people, selling products online has some difficulties. For example, we cannot advertise products through images. Instead of doing that, we livestream, write descriptions to make advertisements or directly consult customers,” she said. … [Read more...] about Technology empowers people with disabilities
As for festivals in Tra Cu District, the Khmer people celebrate some annual ones that you can take part in. A special yearly occasion is the Lantern Festival celebrating the full moon in the first lunar month. As for daily activities, visit artisanal workshops that specialize in textile weaving (Ca Hom Village) and knitting (Dai An Commune). … [Read more...] about Off the beaten track in charming Tra Vinh
Trinh Minh Giang, CEO of Global Elite Education and Training Corporation, said that some of the difficulties in the sector are that local people still rely on traditional education platforms and get too familiar with using the free-of-charge learning resources. Nevertheless, the challenges also pave immense opportunities for startups. “If they enter the sector as soon as possible, their chances to succeed will also improve,” Giang said. … [Read more...] about Level playing field sought for edtech
60 percent of online orders in Vietnam made on social networks Vietnamese people are shopping on social networks more than on e-commerce websites. The payment methods for goods exchanged on the social networks, however, remains very ‘primitive’. … [Read more...] about Is it time for next-generation social networks?