As a 27-year-old, I cannot help but think that these “popular” goals, which were very much embraced by the older generations, are not that relevant to today’s society. Since life has gone through massive changes in terms of how we go about it, the definition of what we should do by the age of 30 needs to be redefined. … [Read more...] about What defines our values at the age of 30?
Vietnam to launch Travel Vietnam Safely app in 10 days The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) plans to put ‘Du Lich Viet Nam An Toan’ (Travel Vietnam Safely) app into use in 10 days, which will help travelers feel more secure about their trips. … [Read more...] about What are the key factors influencing travel decisions now?
Ho Thi Hoa (L), 20, lost seven family members, including her four-year-old son, to the landslide. Working in Tam Ky Town of Quang Nam, she returned home immediately on hearing news of the accident. After arriving in Nam Tra My District by motorbike Thursday, she had to walk over 30 km from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to reach her village since the access road had been damaged. … [Read more...] about Search intensifies for Molave landslide victims in central Vietnam
A spectacular view of the Ta Xua mountain range in Bac Yen District, Son La Province, Vietnam. Photo: Nam Tran / Tuoi Tre The best time for cloud hunting in Ta Xua is from October to April due to a bigger chance to contemplate beautiful layers of clouds and blooming wildflowers. … [Read more...] about Exploring exotic ‘dinosaur backbone’ in Vietnam
Developing the extension of what is called Saigon now to the east bank of the Saigon River has been a dream of Saigonese for almost the past century. More precisely, it has been since the construction of the Saigon Bridge in 1960 and Bien Hoa Highway in 1961 together with the well-prepared blueprints for the Thu Thiem Peninsula in 1968 and 1972. It was then rumored that the name for the new quarter on the east bank of the river was “New Saigon.” … [Read more...] about The dream city: Thu Duc or Saigon