The forces are thus grateful for the valuable support from various organizations such as the Saigon Times Group. The goods donated as part of the “Saigon Times – Great Circle” program will be given to the soldiers and the locals, Thanh said. … [Read more...] about “Saigon Times – Great Circle” reaches Binh Phuoc’s border guard forces
It marks the second time the qualifiers have been postponed
Immediately, power plant operators were looking to understand which outages could be postponed until later in the year, given the months-long lockdowns. Next, how to prioritize the outages scheduled for the second half of 2020 that could be moved into 2021. They also needed to know that ongoing outages and power plant commissioning projects would continue, and that any unplanned repair work would be completed effectively and efficiently. … [Read more...] about Resilience: Powering through challenging times
A blog entry made an interesting point that while many embassies are not really helpful during the plight of so many people scrambling desperately to reach their loved ones (in either direction: into or out of Vietnam). Contacting your local government representative might actually help get something happening, as it already occurred to an Australian needing to get to Australia with official documentation and an American attempting to return to his Vietnamese wife. Both have, however, failed so far in their efforts. … [Read more...] about It’s time to reunite families, isn’t it?
Before social distancing was enforced in Da Nang City and neighboring Quang Nam Province from late July to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus during its second outbreak, Thanh’s mother Nguyen Tuong Van had never taken a single day off from pushing her vendor cart from which she earns her family’s income. … [Read more...] about In Vietnam, elderly woman, daughter peddle to support grandson’s pursuit of traditional music
“We’re having our fingers crossed for a quick rebound thanks to Vietnam’s successful efforts to contain the second outbreak and resume flights to other countries,” the Indian national said, adding he has thrived on the empathy from many people around during this hard time, including his landlord who has offered discounts for five consecutive months. … [Read more...] about Ho Chi Minh City’s ‘backpacker area’ struggles to revive as COVID-19 restrictions ease