Not only donating gifts, Nghi could spend the whole day helping nuns in a church in HCM City’s Thủ Đức District to fold clothes or sell lunches to raise funds. … [Read more...] about Kind-hearted schoolgirl helps unfortunate children
AIIB’s first loan for Indonesia, totaling 750 million USD and co-financed with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), will be used for a project to support Indonesia’s economic recovery programme, including aid for small and medium businesses and vulnerable households. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia June 24
Middle-income Vietnam managed to jump 30 notches, from 94th in 2010 to 64th in 2016, on the list of the world’s biggest beer-drinking countries, Nguyen Tuan Lam, a WHO advisor for Vietnam, told an event held to discuss a draft decree on preventing alcohol abuse in Hanoi last week. … [Read more...] about Why do Vietnamese drink so much?
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Choi Joo Ho, President of Samsung Vietnam said: “With the philosophy “Education for the future generation”, through the Hope School project, we hope to open up opportunities for education and nurture the dreams of students, who are future generations of Lang Son Province." … [Read more...] about Samsung continues to build its 4th HOPE school
The lockdown overturned our body clock with working time, medical consultation meetings, sleeping and visiting patients in a 24-hour work schedule. We almost forgot our daily routine at the hospital and with our families at the weekend. Our main concern is how to care for COVID-19 patients as best we can and to help their relatives keep a positive spirit while dealing with this most difficult time. We have to work with a strong determination to beat COVID-19 by every means. … [Read more...] about Doctor’s diary in locked down Da Nang hospital