A health worker disinfects a kindergarten in Kon Tum Province, Vietnam, July 4, 2020. Photo: T.T.N. / Tuoi Tre Vietnam has documented 28 diphtheria cases as of Sunday, of which 16 are in Dak Nong Province, 11 in Kon Tum Province, and one in Ho Chi Minh City. … [Read more...] about Vietnam raises alert as diphtheria death toll increases to three
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Based on its current business operations and financial position and a possible V-shaped recovery in global markets in the second half of 2020, MSR targets net sales of VND8-9 trillion ($343.6-386.5 million) and net attributable profits of VND200 -500 billion ($8.58-$21.45 million), representing a minimum increase of 70 per cent in sales and a reduction of 57 per cent or increase of 42 per cent in profits. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 5
“I will never stop working and just 'make a home'. It may sound selfish but I don’t like the idea of stay-at-home dads. I’m not sure whether this perception will change as I will marry in the future, but for now, waking up every day, I’m eager to climb the ladder of success,” Tuấn said. … [Read more...] about “Men make houses, women make homes”: is this relevant today?
Hoa Vàng (Yellow Flowers), an oil painting by veteran painter Nguyễn Thị Thúy Hồng, is on display at the Tác Phẩm Mỹ Thuật (Arts Works) exhibition at the HCM City Fine Arts Association. — Photo courtesy of the artist … [Read more...] about Arts club connects Vietnamese painters nationwide
Its spokesperson said eight bears have been rescued in Gia Lai since 2011, one of them a sun bear and the rest, Asian black bears or moon bears. The former was transferred to a wildlife rescue center in Hanoi, while the others were sent to Vinh Phuc. … [Read more...] about Last captive bear in Central Highlands province released