“Being open to the dawn, resigning themselves to the twilight or the solitude at the corner of an unknown room, the inelegant sculptures of Mukai are standing quietly, but vibrating an enormous energy, the energy of silent spirit, the energy which whisper to us about the fate of trees, the destiny of human beings and the cycle of life and death in this world,” he said.Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, Hanoi.-VNA … [Read more...] about Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese artists give silent talk through art
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Bangkok (VNA) – Thailand on January 28 confirmed six more cases of a new coronavirus originated from Wuhan, China (2019-nCoV), bringing the total infections to 14. In a television broadcast on January 27, Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said the government has taken full control of the situation. The government’s precautionary measures are in line with international standards and screening of international passengers is efficient, he said. Of the confirmed cases, five have recovered and been discharged from hospital while the rest are under close medical attention, the Thai leader noted. He went on to say that the country’s Public Health Ministry has heightened its public health emergency operation to level three, the highest level, to ensure all communities nationwide, as well as hospitals and airports, can respond to the severity of the outbreak. Other measures have also been undertaken at all five major international airports in Thailand, as well as … [Read more...] about Thailand confirms six more Wuhan coronavirus infections
The testing protocol goes like this: One day after the fever breaks, the hospital takes the patient’s sample for testing for the new coronavirus (nCoV). If the result is negative, another test is done three days later, and the patient is discharged if that is negative too. … [Read more...] about One of Vietnam’s first confirmed coronavirus patients recovers
Last year, the proportion of exports to CPTPP member countries increased significantly. In addition, there is a strong shift in the investment of CPTPP countries into Vietnam’s textile and garment industry. In a short time, local businesses have diversified and do not depend on any one market. Over the years, the US market accounted for more than 50 per cent of the export turnover but so far, this number has fallen a lot. … [Read more...] about Textile sector set for success
I can’t speak for other expats but I felt APEC was an underwhelming spectacle of sirens, motorcades and young policemen repeatedly waving their traffic truncheons in the pouring rain. It was a bizarre feeling as roads became deserted while other avenues were lined with crowds waiting to catch a glimpse of someone in a black tinted car whizzing pass. … [Read more...] about APEC and Damrey in Vietnam: Whew! It’s over!