CMC Cyber Security receives VNISA Information Security Awards for 5 consecutive years CMC Cyber Security (CMC Corporation) was granted the Information Security Awards 2019 by the Vietnam Information Security Association (VNISA) at the Vietnam Information Security Day 2019 held in Hanoi on November 29. … [Read more...] about How are game studios faring in Vietnam?
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The “Thuong Xuan do” (image of spring enjoyment) on the other hand shows the most popular traditional gambling games during old times like xoc dia, with this accompanying poem: “Tossing four a coin/Big spending boozers/Joyous though the shots/Wine knows no losers”. The painting also shows a gambler losing to the point of having to pawn off his pants and get dragged home by his wife, and another cowardly gambler that quits early after gaining just a bit of cash. … [Read more...] about Tet paintings from a distant past
In 2019, Vietnam recorded a GDP growth rate of 7.02percent despite growing strategic competition in the region and the world. Thisis the second straight year it has fulfilled all 12 targets set by the NationalAssembly, including a record trade surplus of 9.94 billion USD, low budgetoverspending, and inflation under 3 percent. This is also the fourthconsecutive year inflation has been kept under 4 percent. Notably, Vietnamjumped 10 places in the World Economic Forum’s annual Global CompetitivenessReport, becoming the most improved nation in the rankings. … [Read more...] about Top 10 events of Vietnam in 2019
Audiences watch a wrestling battle in Sinh Village Two opponents are fighting hard Thu Le Village has also held a wrestling festival at Tet Thai Duong Communal House is where Cau Ngu Festival takes place Hat boi (northern and central traditional opera) performance during the event A boat race is an integral part of Cau Ngu Festival Competitors in a boat race in Phu My District trying to finish their racetrack in the shortest time Boat racing teams in Quang Dien District row as fast as they can to reach the finish line A scene of Bai Choi traditional folk singing game A host is explaining the rules of Bai Choi Players are waiting for their turn … [Read more...] about Unique Tet festivals in Thua Thien-Hue
“Lay co” is for men only, women barely play it as players have to drink liquor while playing, said Hoang Van Thanh, a Tay ethnic minority man from Dai Dong commune, Trang Dinh district. “The game makes me really happy as it brings everybody in the village closer to each other. I want it to be preserved for the future generations so it will not be forgotten,” he said. … [Read more...] about “Lay co” – a unique tradition of Tay and Nung people in Lang Son