Located in an alley off Võ Văn Tần Street, Nhà Tú restaurant is simply designed to make guests feel at home. VNS Photo Bồ Xuân Hiệp At Nhà Tú, you'll feel confident that you’re being served authentic, home-cooked goodness with every delicious plate. Bồ Xuân Hiệp reports about the cosy spot. Needless to say, Vietnamese cuisine is world famous. As you walk through any of HCM City’s neighbourhoods, you can often smell the aromas of dishes being made by street vendors or cooks in their homes. The vibrant city has become a mecca for both local and international tastes offered at low-end to high-end restaurants, and everything in between. If you’re looking for home-cooked Vietnamese food, don’t miss the rooftop oasis at Nhà Tú restaurant in the centre of District … [Read more...] about A step back in time at Nhà Tú
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The Hanoitimes - In 2019, American retirees are collecting average monthly Social Security payments of US$1,461, or a mere US$17,532 for the year, that`s hardly enough to afford a decent life in the US. Vietnam among world’s friendliest countries Vietnam among world’s cheapest places to live in 2019 Vietnam among world’s surprising places to discover solo Vietnam has been named among 20 countries where you can retire comfortably on US$150,000, according to MoneyWise, a digital personal finance publication that helps people make good decisions and get ahead. Vietnam among 20 countries where you can retire comfortably on US$150,000. According to MoneyWise, culture-rich Vietnam is quickly becoming a popular retirement destination for North Americans. And with its French colonial architecture, endless natural pursuits and amazing street food. Particularly affordable expat-friendly destinations include the beach town Nha Trang and the bustling city of … [Read more...] about Vietnam among 20 countries where you can retire comfortably on US$150,000
Vietnamese villager Tran Thi Ngai was alone in her home when a South Korean soldier forced his way in and raped the then-24-year-old midwife during the Vietnam War. "I tried to resist but he took my hand, grabbed me inside the room and closed the door and raped me again and again," said Tran. "He raped when in full uniform and a gun on his body. I was so terrified of him," she said through a translator. Now nearly in her 80s, the softly-spoken Tran said she has yet to receive any formal acknowledgement of what happened to her in Phu Yen Province in central Vietnam when two South Korean soldiers sexually abused her for years. The rape of women in past and present conflicts has increasingly come into the spotlight with high-profile women like Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and human rights lawyer Amal Clooney working to attain justice for rape victims. Yazidi activist Nadia Murad, one of about 7,000 women held as sex slaves by Islamic State militants, won last year’s Nobel Peace … [Read more...] about Yazidi survivor demands justice for women raped in Vietnam War
At the Youth Entrepreneurship Forum 2018 last month, Minister of Information and Communication Nguyen Manh Hung suggested that the Prime Minister should soon recognize English as the second official language of Vietnam to help startups reach out to the world. The proposal stirred a heated discussion on social media and prompted numerous professionals to pitch in with their views and opinions. While some welcomed the idea and supported widespread use of the language in Vietnam, others were wary of the cultural, legal and other implications of formalizing it as an official language. Everyone agreed that it was good to improve English use and fluency in the country, so the debate boiled down to whether declaring and using it as an official language was a feasible, practical option for Vietnam. Professor Chung Hoang Chuong, who has juggled teaching at the University of California and doing research in Vietnam, was optimistic about Vietnam having two official languages. Chuong, currently a … [Read more...] about English as an official language in Vietnam: would it work?
Back to English Comments Travel & Life - December 19, 2018 | 09:24 pm GMT+7 The magnificent cave systems in Quang Binh have justly hogged the limelight, but there are many other attractions to bask in.The discovery of the Phong Nha Cave, and then the Son Doong Cave, firmly stamped the central province of Quang Binh on the world tourism map as a must-visit destination in Vietnam. The province soon came to be known as the Kingdom of Caves that has attracted many speleologists, explorers and travelers to visit it. So far in 2018, the total number of visitors to Quang Binh reached 3.9 million, an increase of 18 percent over the same period last year, according to the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).Beautiful tourism farmlands and western streets have formed in the areas near the caves, but when we took three days off to explore the province, Quang Binh turned out to have far more attractions than suggested by catchy promotion headlines or high-definition … [Read more...] about Quang Binh, the land of caves, has so much more – VnExpress International