“Cancer is on the rise in Việt Nam and around the world. Although scientists have made great efforts in producing anti-cancer drugs, they have not met demand and the mortality rate among cancer patients is still high,” said Nguyễn Quang Trung, from the Institute of Chemistry of VAST, the leading author of the research. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese scientists make potential cancer breakthrough
Here are just a few examples of playlists that music fans in Việt Nam can enjoy as they get about their day -- Morning Commute as they head to work, Đốt Cháy Mỡ Thừa as they are working out, or Êm Đềm as they relax/chill at home. All these playlists are available to all Spotify Free and Premium users in Việt Nam. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 leads to new entertainment habits
According to the Bình Dương Wood Processing Association, the global COVID-19 outbreak has affected the wood industry in the form of lack of timber supply and sharp fall in demand for furniture. … [Read more...] about Bình Dương first half trade surplus hits $2.6b
As the great ideals expressed in our own Declaration of Independence are meeting an ominous challenge from those dark forces of our national history, we Americans should stop telling the Vietnamese people how to deal with their problems and instead deal with our own problems as well as problems we are inflicting on the world, including wars on other nations and on the Earth itself. Perhaps we have much to learn from Vietnamese people, including, first of all, how to respond to the global pandemic threatening us all. … [Read more...] about What does the future hold for relations between Vietnam and US?
This is just the current snapshot; the future of what we call the 'shadow pandemic' could be much worse. The UNFPA projects that COVID-19 will slash by at least one-third global progress towards ending preventable maternal deaths, unmet need for family planning and gender-based violence and harmful practices against women and girls in this decade. … [Read more...] about Pregnancy doesn’t stop during a pandemic. Neither do human rights