Under the dynamic direction of Comrade Phieu, we learnt about every aspect of life and work of the troops on all features and cays. Troops of the units stationed on the Spratly Islands greatly rejoiced when receiving the mission. When working with the units, he always gave important and convincing remarks, both encouraging and setting high requirements for the troops. The chief of the General Department of Politics touched upon strategic issues, but never failed to remind the troops of ordinary jobs like discipline observation, physical training, and support for fishermen. … [Read more...] about Memory of a trip to Truong Sa with the late Party chief
One interesting development is the rise of women in self-owned, independent small businesses managing to hold their own, not only in a male-dominated economic market, but also in establishing female business networks. Whether it’s an online shop, a small café or private consultancy such as accounting – their fame in being well organized and more open to negotiation and cooperative practices is spreading; as one of my female students recently commented, “Vietnamese women haggle and bargain, the men just pay whatever is asked.” … [Read more...] about Women and flowers: Happy Vietnamese Women’s Day!
RB Hong Kong's Community Anti-Epidemic Support Programme ("the Program") will work in partnership with 5 to 6 non-profit organisations to offer assistance to different local communities in 3 phases. The Programme will broadly cover students, as well as low-income families, women and elderly. Answering the needs of different groups in the community, RB Hong Kong will offer support from protective and disinfection products to home deep cleaning services to support personal and family health and hygiene. Total face value of operation and in-kind donation of the Program worth over HKD6.8 million. … [Read more...] about RB Hong Kong Joins Hands with Local Non-Profits to Support Our Community