People in Pyongyang gather to read a copy of the Rodong Sinmun newspaper showing coverage of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un arriving in Vietnam ahead of a Hanoi summit with U.S. President Donald Trump on February 27, 2019. Photo by AFP/Jong Ji-hin The state-run Rodong Sinmun newspaper splashed 13 pictures across its front page and five more on page two as it reported Kim's arrival in Vietnam and his visit to the North Korean embassy in Hanoi. Photo by AFP/Jong Ji-hin People read a copy of the Rodong Sinmun newspaper showing coverage of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un arriving in Vietnam ahead of a Hanoi summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, in Pyongyang on February 27, 2019. Photo by AFP/Jong Ji-hin North Korean students read a copy of the Rodong Sinmun newspaper showing coverage of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un arriving in Vietnam, in Pyongyang on February 27, 2019. Photo by AFP/Jong Ji-hin Two North Korean men follow Kim's journey on a smart phone. Photo by Reuters North … [Read more...] about This is how the North Koreans catch up with Kim summit in Hanoi – VnExpress International
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In Vietnam today, the phrase “Fourth Industrial Revolution” (Industry 4.0) has become a catchphrase everywhere and at anytime. Its marvelous achievements reflect the superior development of human intelligence, while signaling that the era of depending on abundant labour forces and natural resources is gradually coming to an end. Industry 4.0 has brought about significant benefits, with the areas of production modes and structure, labour, consumption, lifestyle, national governance methods, international relations and means of war having transformed remarkably. But everything has two sides. It is the source of so many implications, such as the risk of unemployment, weakened cohesion between people, including in the family, cybersecurity risks, and high-tech crimes, threatening the peace of every nation and individual. In order to fully tap into the benefits brought about by Industry 4.0 and prevent its consequences, the decisive factor is still humans. People talk a lot … [Read more...] about What will 2019 be like?
Sa Pa calling: The mustard flowers fields at Cát Cát Village in Sa Pa. VNA/VNS Photo Hương Thu – TTXVN Viet Nam News By Nguyễn Mỹ Hà Sa Pa is not just a travel destination. Sa Pa is the seventh heaven that belongs on another planet but really does exist on earth. Explore the place at your peril. It will surely be rewarding, but exhausting at the same time. Sa Pa is a place to revive. It’s a place to really feel alive. We visited Sa Pa in summer, when the scorching sun of Hà Nội burnt was enough to seek out pastures new. When we finally get to inhale the cool refreshing air up in Sa Pa, it tasted so fresh. After 30 years of renovation and a huge number of tourists pouring in the country, Sa Pa has changed beyond anyone’s wildest imagination. Mountain view: Far behind those white clouds, is the rooftop of Indochina peninsula, Mt. Fansipan. — VNS Photo Mỹ Hà The town now has boomed on … [Read more...] about Enjoying the true feelings of Sa Pa
High technologies have been applied in design and sewing Phan Dinh Hue, CEO of Viet Circle, said travel is one of the industries most affected by the 4.0 industry revolution. Travel is an intermediary service which connects customers with hotels, restaurants and transport service providers. In the past, when it was difficult to access information, the service could be easily sold. But things are different now. As information has become more transparent, and tourists are self-guided, travel firms feel as if they have been ‘abandoned’. The world is now witnessing the strong rise of ‘smart tourism’, when travelers meet service and product providers directly without intermediaries. The former can enjoy services at good prices, while the latter can improve their profits and cut costs. But intermediaries, or travel firms, will meet difficulties in the 4.0 era. Despite this, the 4.0 revolution has brought great advantages to travel firms, especially in … [Read more...] about Competition in the 4.0 era – what will it be like?
Following the chaos that occurred outside the My Dinh Stadium the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) might switch to selling tickets online if Vietnam enter the semi-finals. Despite the cold and rainy weather on Sunday, fans queue up patiently outside the stadium. Some had even arrived the day before. A barrier was installed by security officials two hours before the counters opened at 8 a.m. But the barrier collapsed as thousands of people jostled and shoved. Luckily there were no injuries. This woman waited in the line since 7 p.m. the day before. She scaled the fence but couldn’t get down because there was no space left on the ground to put her feet. A person could buy up to four tickets. After one hour, all 9,000 tickets were sold out. The VFF said 1,000 organizations and associations had demanded some 60,000 tickets while the stadium’s capacity is only 40,000. The tickets are priced at VND150,000, 200,000, 300,000, 400,000 ($6.46, 8.62, 13, 17). The match is … [Read more...] about AFF Cup: This is what anticipation looks like in football-crazy Vietnam