Visitors refill free drinking water at a ticket counter in Hoi An City. The ancient city has launched free drinking water system. — VNS Photo Son Ca Director of the city’s Culture and Sports Centre, Vo Phung told Việt Nam News that the system will be officially for use from June 19 at the entrance ticket counters to the Old Quarter. … [Read more...] about Hoi An installs drinking water taps to serve tourists
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Americans usually drink beer or wine on different occasions. Friends might stay home to watch football on TV together, drinking beer, whenever there is an important game going on. They might drink a couple of beers. Or, couples might go out to dinner and drink a glass of wine. Office parties are also common places where people drink wine or beer. So there are many places and situations where alcohol is usually consumed. … [Read more...] about What do expats think about Vietnamese’s drinking habit?
The drop of customers can be seen at many restaurants along Truong Sa, Hoang Sa, Thanh Thai and Ba Thang Hai streets. Tran Hai from a restaurant on Truong Sa Street said, "We only had one table on Sunday. Normally, we were crowded around 8-9 pm and even more during weekends. Our revenues during these days have halved. People used to go out for year-end parties at this time when we also had the highest revenue." Other restaurants on Truong Sa Street are in the same situation. The owners said this area used to be very lively from night to the early morning of the next day. At many places, the restaurants replaced a large number of beers with soft drinks. Phuong Tuyen, a student in HCM City said they used to get beer but this time would be different. "We all drive motorbikes to the restaurant so we are all afraid of being fined. We called soft drinks but the party is still very exciting," Tuyen said. Vinh, a local from Tan Phu District, said he and his friends had ceased going out to … [Read more...] about Restaurants lack customers after drink driving law tightened
The nano-Bioreactors put on To Lich River. Photo cafeF.vn Dr Tadashi Yamamura, president of the Japan Environment and Trade Promotion Organisation (JETRO), the group cleaning the polluted To Lich, yesterday send a letter to the Prime Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and Ha Noi’s People’s Committee to delay the termination of the trial cleaning project until September 17. … [Read more...] about Water discharge sweeps away good microbacteria on To Lich River
Vietnam's population hit 96.2 million last year, which is third in Southeast Asia and 15th globally, according to the Central General Census and Housing Steering Committee. Males make up 49.8 percent of the population now, a slight increase from last year's 49.4 percent. … [Read more...] about Overworked Saigon women have no time to have babies