Mr Tan Ko We, Assistant Chief Executive, SG Enable, Singapore"Work is dignity and employment empowers people with disabilities to lead fulfilling lives. Microsoft has been offering mentorship, internship and employment opportunities for persons with disabilities and recently shared their best practices at SG Enable's Inclusive Business Forum. We look forward to strengthening our continued partnership with Microsoft to further empower companies in Singapore with the necessary knowledge and skills to hire persons with disabilities and to build a more inclusive workforce for the future." … [Read more...] about Microsoft, Non-Profits and employer partners launch program to increase employability for people with disabilities in Asia Pacific
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Historic moments were captured for prosperity, such as the image of a tank entering Independence Palace in Sài Gòn on April 30, 1975, taken by journalist Trần Mai Hưởng, or the photo “Mother and Son” taken by photographer Lâm Hồng Long, recording the reunion of mother Trần Thị Bính in Bến Tre Province and her son Lê Văn Thức, who returned home from death row in Côn Đảo prison on May 6, 1975. … [Read more...] about Voices from the front
In the future, once completed, a wide variety of items in Yoko Onsen Quang Hanh project will bring visitors the most diverse and comprehensive experience options, satisfying each individual demand. The project will step by step make Quang Ninh a leading resort and health care destination in the region as well as in the world, contributing to the elimination of seasonal tourism weaknesses that have hindered local development for many years. … [Read more...] about Special health benefits of Quang Hanh hot mineral source analysed by the Japanese director
One of the last things I’d want to do in this world is disrespect local culture – and that goes beyond Viet Nam. I’d never grumble about the call to prayer in Indonesia, even if it does wake me up at the crack of dawn. Nor would I groan about the playing of the national anthem in parks in Thailand, even when it obligates me to stand there for three or four minutes, disrupting my outdoor workout. … [Read more...] about Do foreigners have the right to complain about countryside karaoke?
WITNESSES TO HISTORY: President Hồ Chí Minh (fourth from left, front row), Vice President Tôn Đức Thắng (third from left), and Chairman of the National Assembly’s Standing Committee Trường Chinh (6th from left), photographed with journalists covering the third National Party Congress in 1960. The woman sitting between President Hồ and Trường Chinh is journalist Huỳnh Ngọc Hường from the Vietnam News Agency, while the man (with glasses) sitting behind the President is journalist Lê Bá Thuyên, deputy director of the Vietnam News Agency. VNA/VNS File Photo … [Read more...] about Through the lens of history