For those who are in the priority list by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should receive privilege in entry procedures and the criteria for selection must be transparent, the Government Office noted, citing orientations of the PM. … [Read more...] about Vietnam plans to repatriate 14,000 more citizens
Announcing baby boy
The boy, who belongs to the Ba Na ethnic minority community in Dak Doa District, developed symptoms of fever, cough and sore throat on June 28 after visiting his relatives in Kon Tum Province, a diphtheria-stricken locality. His parents self-medicated him, buying medicines from a nearby pharmacy, but after six days, his health worsened and he was taken to the province’s Children’s Hospital Friday. … [Read more...] about Diphtheria claims third child in the Central Highlands
Passengers queue to take flights from Stansted airport in Essex. Now, arrivals coming from local European countries such as France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and Greece have been named among those who are exempt from undergoing quarantine restrictions. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA … [Read more...] about UK offers isolation exemption for 59 countries, including Vietnam
Talking about the reason why Thu Do Multimedia decided to invest in the research and development of this DRM + Finger Print Online project, CEO Nguyen Ngoc Han said, “In the past two years, Thu Do Multimedia has been the only company that has fully developed OTT television solutions in Vietnam. We realise that copyright protection for digital content (including protection of television content, videos, music, and e-books among others) is of paramount importance. … [Read more...] about First made-in-Vietnam DRM solution meets international security standards
I understood Mai completely since my mom has raised me in a similar way. The age gap between my mom and me is about 40 years. Considering the social role of women in a male-dominated culture many years ago, I very much understood why my mom swore by this perception and passed it on to me. … [Read more...] about “Men make houses, women make homes”: is this relevant today?