As Vietnam has to wait for another year for the bill on preventing and fighting against the harmful effects of alcoholic beverages to be revised and completed, many streets across the country will remain day and night filled with beer shops and the “Cheers” sound of drinking toasts. … [Read more...] about Why do Vietnamese drink so much?
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The opening of the restaurant generated a lot of interest from newspapers in different parts of Vietnam as well as television interviews, so K’BE with its unique offerings and location has quite a following – over 3,000 followers of its Facebook page alone. A Westerner choosing to open a place with a unique philosophy and offerings is catching a lot of attention! … [Read more...] about Craft beer and BBQ in the mountains in Vietnam
Meanwhile, regarding Decree 100, Sabeco said, "We at Sabeco fully understand the good intentions of the government’s policy in line with the campaign to reduce drink-related accidents. Sabeco, along with other members of the Vietnam Beverage Association (VBA), is continuing to engage relevant authorities to identify effective ways to promote and encourage responsible consumption, in line with the government’s objective." … [Read more...] about Sabeco sees recovery in second quarter after dual pressures
Wuhan made headlines late last year and early this year as the place where, according to experts, the novel coronavirus first spread to humans. The city was placed under complete lockdown for two months from January 23 to March 22 and the populace was ordered to stay at home. … [Read more...] about HCMC Party chief calls for Wuhan-style lockdown in Da Nang
Not only donating gifts, Nghi could spend the whole day helping nuns in a church in HCM City’s Thủ Đức District to fold clothes or sell lunches to raise funds. … [Read more...] about Kind-hearted schoolgirl helps unfortunate children