The villages in Son Loi Commune, and in fact the entire Binh Xuyen District, are much different from most villages in the Red River Delta: Only 5 percent of working age residents here are employed in the agriculture sector but the rest do not need to migrate to cities to look for factory work unlike elsewhere since Binh Xuyen is already the industrial heart of Vinh Phuc. … [Read more...] about Factories hit by coronavirus lockdown in northern Vietnam province
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Around 30 marches have been organised throughout France AFP/Alain JOCARD Central Paris was awash in a sea of purple - the colour adopted for the campaign - as several protesters held up placards bearing the image of a relative or friend killed in gender violence. … [Read more...] about Tens of thousands march in France to protest femicide levels
As for Hoai, she cannot do anything but wait for the storm to pass. Waking up in the middle of the night on February 23 after her son’s late night supper, she checked her phone to see the number of deaths and diagnosed cases in the country. She has printed her son’s daily schedule for her family just in case she becomes infected herself. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese in South Korea face dilemma: stay put or bail out?
In the first round, participants will send a video clip explaining their talents to the organisers. As many as 50 contestants will be selected to live in a shared house for the next round. There they will face challenges on-field, online and in-studio, for example, designing a space and doing a makeover for someone. … [Read more...] about Reality show to empower female workers in beauty, lifestyle
About 70 km from Daegu, Nguyen Quang Huy, 21, from Hanoi, a second-year student at Ui Deok University in Gyeongju City of North Gyeongsang Province, also plans to return home though he only recently traveled back to South Korea after the Lunar New Year break. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese students in South Korea plan escape as coronavirus fears mount