Expat Interest How do I look? Asia reality show comes on air Minh Minh Thursday, Sep 21, 2017,17:06 (GMT+7) How do I look? Asia reality show comes on airMinh Minh The TV reality show called “How do I look? Asia” will be on air every Monday night at 7 p.m - PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE ORGANIZER TV viewers, especially women, will be provided with more choices to watch an international-level TV reality show called “How do I look? Asia” on aesthetic beauty and fashion for Asian women aged between 20 and 44 starting this month. The show will be aired every Monday night starting at 7 p.m. on cable and satellite TV channels of SCTV, HTVC, VTVCab and FPT. The third season of the show is expected to capture huge attention of women, with an emphasis on sharing experiences on various make-up styles and elegant fashion trends. Share with your friends: … [Read more...] about How do I look? Asia reality show comes on air
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Your Say, published every Friday, lets readers express their opinions on a topic or issue raised by the editor. Next week: How do you expect your children to study at school? A recent letter sent to the Ministry of Education and Training by a father asking for his son to study badly at school has shocked many people in Việt Nam, who often have great expectations that their children will study the best they can at school, no matter their capacity. The fact is that the high expectations of parents about their children's ability to study puts great pressure on young learners. Many feel very disappointed if their children fail the university entrance exams, and many parents try to find ways to enter their children into famous or good schools without considering whether their children would benefit from studying at these schools or not. Even worse, many parents ask their children to join as many extra classes after school as possible with the hope of making their kids excellent students … [Read more...] about How do you expect your children to study at schools?
Your Say, published every Friday, lets readers express their opinions on a topic or issue raised by the editor. Next Week: How do we improve the speed of ambulances in Viet Nam? A tragic accident occurred in Ha Noi's Long Bien District early this week, killing three people. One of the three victims was a six-year-old girl, who was still alive at the scene of the accident. An ambulance was called, but it arrived an hour later. The ambulance's late arrival raised an important question: If the ambulance had come earlier, would the girl have lived? In Viet Nam, ambulances sometimes arrive at the scene of a crash too late, leading to unfortunate consequences. Many victims who receive late emergency aid die. Or they suffer from more major injuries, side effects or medical complications. Curious passers-by often gather around an accident scene, blocking the ambulance from approaching. Traffic congestion is frequently an obstacle, too. Do these problems exist in your country? Have you ever … [Read more...] about How do we improve the speed of ambulances in Viet Nam?
After sampling a smattering of Vietnamese fare, it is fair and rather fitting to inquire, "how do you like your bún?" Bún, popularly translated as 'rice noodles', is a staple of Vietnamese cuisine and one of the most popular noodles, used for preparing a plethora of delicious and exotic dishes, some good and some, well, exotic. Bún chả (bún with grilled pork), bún thịt nướng (bún with grilled meat), bún đậu mắm tôm (bún with tofu and shrimp sauce), bún thang (bun with chicken, sliced fried egg and pork) and bún ốc (bún with snail) can all be consumed at dusty meal vendors around the city but which one is the best? To answer this question it is imperative to investigate with your nose, mouth and mind. First of all, you can't just choose any bún chả or bún thịt nướng place willy-nilly. You must do some research, either with your own palate, which can be fun, time-consuming and occasionally disappointing or you can ask a local to tell you what street or area makes the best particular … [Read more...] about How do you like your bún?
How do we ensure sound and solid foundations for the future? (29-08-2007) Tran Chung, director general of the State Appraisal Department on Quality of Construction Projects, spoke to the Viet Nam Economic Times about how to ensure high-quality, durable homes are built. What is your opinions of owner-builders? I can say that up to 70 per cent of the new houses that go up every year are built by the owners themselves. For every Vietnamese family, their house is their most important and valuable asset. So when we talk about poor quality construction, we cannot omit low quality houses built by the owners themselves. Owners often bypass the required procedures, which affects the architectural quality and comfort of their home. To ensure a high quality of life for the occupants, when a house is being constructed, at least the following three factors need to be addressed: durability, aesthetic appeal and convenience. From this perspective, when we talk about houses built by their owners, we … [Read more...] about How do we ensure sound and solid foundations for the future?