“Lay co” helps players nurture their patience, and challenges their agility. Photo: danviet.vn According to Vi Hong Nhan, head of the provincial association for traditional folk songs preservation and a researcher of Tay and Nung traditional culture, Tay and Nung ethnic minority groups have a wide range of traditional games such as nem con (con throwing), danh yen (similar to badminton), and day gay (stick pushing), among others. Of which, “lay co” is a unique game that shows off the players’ talent. … [Read more...] about “Lay co” – a unique tradition of Tay and Nung people in Lang Son
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Many years ago, programmers cherished the ambition of creating purely Vietnamese games for Vietnamese people, and also bringing them to the world. “The biggest difficulty in the first years of operation was the lack of capital. In addition, at that moment, he did not know what games to develop to make profit,” he recalled. … [Read more...] about How are game studios faring in Vietnam?
The community of overseas Vietnamese businesspeople is gradually growing, with its position and role consolidated in the host country with many trade and investment promotion activities, connecting with domestic businesses, ministries, agencies, and localities. Programmes organised by overseas Vietnamese businesspeople such as the first Overseas Vietnamese Economic Forum in South Korea in June last year, the Vietnamese Business Forum in Europe held in Warsaw of Poland in September, and the expanded Thailand-Vietnam trade promotion conference in Udon Thani in the same month have contributed to promoting Vietnamese businesses and brands to the international market. … [Read more...] about Overseas Vietnamese return with tech skills
In 2019, Vietnam recorded a GDP growth rate of 7.02percent despite growing strategic competition in the region and the world. Thisis the second straight year it has fulfilled all 12 targets set by the NationalAssembly, including a record trade surplus of 9.94 billion USD, low budgetoverspending, and inflation under 3 percent. This is also the fourthconsecutive year inflation has been kept under 4 percent. Notably, Vietnamjumped 10 places in the World Economic Forum’s annual Global CompetitivenessReport, becoming the most improved nation in the rankings. … [Read more...] about Top 10 events of Vietnam in 2019