The understanding of national consciousness and identity contributes in building a child’s characteristic and individual differences What is more, the majority of Asian families want their children to study in a bilingual learning environment so that they can be fluent in both English and Vietnamese. This can partly relieve parents’ worries that their kids may neglect their mother tongue or the country’s culture and history if they work in an English-only speaking environment. … [Read more...] about Picking schools for your kids post-COVID-19: Keep a cool head!
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“We are grateful to the frontline heroes for their tireless dedication and great sacrifices to keep the community safe. We recognize there is an on-going need for health and safety technologies. We hope this support package will help in the country’s ongoing efforts to fight the pandemic. We will continue to look at where and how we can support the community in Vietnam,” he said. … [Read more...] about Me Linh Point joins hands to fight Covid-19
The decision to reopen school gates comes after Vietnam eased social distancing measures at the end of April AFP/Manan VATSYAYANA The decision to reopen schools came after the Southeast Asian nation eased social distancing measures at the end of April - with experts pointing to a decisive response involving mass quarantines and expansive contact tracing for its apparent success in containing the disease. … [Read more...] about Vietnam children back at school after 3-month coronavirus break
Nguyen Van Loc, acting secretary-general of the VSSA, said domestic sugar prices are still high, making it hard to compete with imported sugar. The price of domestic granulated sugar ranges from VND12,000-12,600 per kg, while refined sugar is sold at VND12,700-14,000 per kg. Imported sugar costs VND12,100-12,800 per kg. … [Read more...] about Lifting of sugar import tariff not such a sweet deal for domestic producers
The other two recoveries are a 26-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman who got back to Vietnam from Bangladesh on July 3 and were confirmed as patients three days later. … [Read more...] about Three more recover from Covid-19