MUSC & PERFORMANCES Hanoi-The Quintessence of Tonkin September 17, 19, 21, 7pm Baara Land Culture and Entertainment Complex, Sai Son Commune, Quoc Oai District, Drawing inspiration from the spiritual history of the nearby Thay Pagoda, the 60-minute live spectacle tells the story of the pagoda founded by the venerable monk Tu Dao Hanh and the history of the ancient Thang Long royal palace. Arranged on an interactive stage with the support of state-of-the-art technology and a stunning setting, the show features an array of traditional art forms and ritual practices from the northern delta, including Ca Tru (ceremonial singing), folklore melodies, Quan Ho (love duet singing), Hau Dong (mediumship ritual), and water puppetry. Ticket prices: VND800,000- VND900,000 – VND1,200,000 Hanoi-Music show with Quyen Van Minh 8pm every night Binh Minh Jazz Club, 1 Trang Tien Street (behind the Hanoi Opera House) Performances are held nightly by Binh Minh Jazz Club with … [Read more...] about What’s on September 16-22 (Daily updated)
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The Hanoitimes - Quality of assets, rental growth, deal size, and land tenure are decisive for investment choices. Three investment strategies in Vietnam industrial real estate sector What makes Vietnam’s industrial real estate most attractive in 2019? Vietnam real estate market most attractive in Southeast Asia: Japan investors How does Trump-Kim summit affect Vietnam’s real estate market? Vietnam’s strong economic growth in the first six months of 2019 has fueled the real estate sector through a series of merger and acquisition (M&A) deals. Many M&As in Vietnam real estate sector in H1/2019 The good sight results from good macroeconomic fundamentals in the first half (H1) namely GDP growth rate of 6.8%, inflation stable at 3% against the same period last year, pledged foreign direct investment (FDI) at US$18.47 billion, and record import-export turnover at US$245 billion. In addition, strong sentiment from the … [Read more...] about What are the highlights of real estate M&As in Vietnam in H1?
Illustration by Trịnh Lập By An Phương “Not everyone is an artist, but everyone is a critic.” I reblog this quote or ones with a similar meaning to my personal Tumblr account every time I feel attacked by a random Internet fellow. Unlike Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, Tumblr is a social networking platform based on genuine respect, at least in my humble experience. Of course, I’m not here praising Tumblr for being a healthy platform but discussing one of the most relevant topics of today’s society, “criticism culture”. With the introduction of the Internet, followed by “keyboard warriors”, defined as those who behave aggressively online but are too shy to do the same face-to-face, criticism culture seems to be a predictable result. “I’m familiar with the concept of keyboard warrior. In fact, I was once a serious 'warrior' defending my K-pop … [Read more...] about What’s wrong with the internet’s criticism culture?
The South Korean manager expressed confidence about the upcoming contest, where Vietnam will play Thailand next Wednesday. "I do not think Thailand want to acknowledge Vietnam’s championship status. They are hurt by what has happened recently and very much want to face us. In spite of difficulties, we want to do our best in the Vietnamese spirit. As the reigning champions of Southeast Asia, we expect great pressure from the press and the fans," Park told the press in Hanoi on Saturday. Vietnam were crowned champions at the AFF Cup last December, where they did not play the regional powerhouse Thailand. The two countries' U23 teams met last March at the qualifiers for the 2020 AFC U23 Championship, and Vietnam earned an unexpected 4-0 victory. Thailand have said they are determined to beat Vietnam this time. Park said: "To be honest, we are not afraid of any opponents, not just Thailand. We should pay no attention to what they say. We are proud to be champions, and that will at … [Read more...] about King’s Cup 2019: Vietnam coach Park says squad selection fair
The HCM City Real Estate Association (HoRea) has recommended that the People’s Committee be more selective about giving licences to high-rise buildings.(Photo: VNA) HCM City (VNS/VNA) - The Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Association (HoRea) has recommended that the municipal People’s Committee should be more selective about giving licences to high-rise buildings. The high-end housing segment accounts for a high proportion of 8,502 units (30 percent), while the affordable housing segment has only 6,981 units (25.7 percent). The property market needs more affordable housing for residents who comprise the majority of the population. Based on the current situation, the high-end housing segment is expected to face many challenges in 2019. High-end apartment projects will have to compete fiercely with each other to survive. Meanwhile, some high-end apartment projects in the city centre have enjoyed many exclusive advantages as the city had previously decided to stop … [Read more...] about HCM City selective about high-rise apartment projects