Next week: Can you spot fake news? The internet is one of the main ways informing people today of what is going on in their communities and around the world. However, the web is also saturated with misinformation, and it is difficult to determine what's genuine and what's just a … [Read more...] about Can you spot fake news?
How to spot fake news
Beware, thieves! The new generation of Jackie Chans is on the case. Youths who volunteer for the tourist protection force in Saigon will be equipped with motorbikes, walkie-talkies and cameras, and receive martial arts training to work at tourist hot spots. The city will also … [Read more...] about Karate kids to protect tourists in Saigon
Over three quarters of the 850kg shipment turned out to be soybeans soaked in chemicals and flavorings. Environment police seized a shipment of fake coffee at a bus station in the central town of Vinh on Tuesday, some 300km (186 miles) south of Hanoi. The officers were on a … [Read more...] about Police seize fake coffee shipment in robusta king Vietnam
Tears are one of the most powerful weapons politicians have in their arsenals. Donald Trump has one big lesson to learn from outgoing US President Barack Obama -- he needs to learn to be cool about crying. "If he could squeeze one tear out during his inauguration" on Friday, … [Read more...] about Trump ‘needs to learn how to cry’ from Obama
Last week, Việt Nam News asked its readers if they could spot fake news from genuine news. Here are some of the responses: Cao Loan, a reader Today it seems that people can’t live without the Internet and we can’t deny its role in our lives, from updating news, … [Read more...] about The good and bad news of fake news