The Hanoitimes - Global Grad has announced its list of the six incredible places you could study next year to offer invaluable life experience gained. Vietnam has been the second among the six incredible places you could study next year, according to a list released by Global Grad, a UK company that aims to help students travel the world whilst studying for a degree. Ham Ninh fishing village in Phu Quoc island. Global Grad advises travelers that Vietnam boasts dramatic landscapes, epic food and a fantastically rich history, so if you’re a coffee lover you’ll undoubtedly want to visit this iconic country. “As the second biggest producer in the world, Vietnam knows a little something about good coffee. Served with sweetened condensed milk, this makes for an unmissable treat while packing in those extra study hours,” Global Grad wrote. Simultaneously, you can visit floating markets, the Son Doong Cave (the biggest cave in the world) and Sapa, a hill … [Read more...] about Vietnam among world’s incredible places you could study next year
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A “tuong” play entitled “The legend of Redhill”, featuring artists from Vietnam and Singapore, is staged in early August to mark the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties. (Photo: sovhtt.hanoi.gov.vn) Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnam Tuong (classical drama) Theatre has staged a “tuong” play entitled “The legend of Redhill”, featuring Tuong artists of Vietnam and drama and dancing artists from Singapore. The play was written by Singaporean director Chua Soo Pong and adapted by Vietnamese Tuong artist Nguyen Si Chuc. It was part of activities to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Vietnam – Singapore diplomatic ties which were established in 1973. It was directed by Meritorious Artist Dang Ba Tai from Vietnam. The drama was based on the Legend of Bukit Merah (Redhill), one of the most popular folk tales in Singapore. Once upon the time, there were many swordfish in the sea near Singapura (or present-day Singapore). When sailors … [Read more...] about “Tuong” play staged to mark Vietnam – Singapore ties
The performance aimed to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Vietnam-Singapore diplomatic ties. The play is a story about a smart boy named Nadim. Once upon time there were many swordfish in the sea near Singapore. These swordfish caused a great deal of trouble. They flew into boats and sometimes killed fishermen. One day, the little boy had a plan and he proposed it to the Sultan. His daring plan was to build a wall made of banana tree trunks along the coast. The swordfish beaks would pierce the banana tree trunks and be embedded in them when they attack. Nadim soon grew popular among the villagers and army. This caused the Sultan to become jealous of the boy. Fearing that this fame would threaten his position as the Sultan, he despatched his soldiers to to kill the boy who lived on top of a hill. As the poor boy died, his blood flew down the hill, soaking the whole hill red. From then on, the entire hill and its vicinity has been known as Red Hill … [Read more...] about Classical play marking Vietnam-Singapore ties presents in Hanoi
With Apple’s recent decision to produce iPhones in India, and with its rumoured plans in Vietnam seeing no news/mention at all, Vietnam may have to reconsider its business environment and incentives for investors in electronics manufacturing if it wants to compete with India. Apple’s strategic move is considered a big success of the government’s “Make in India” policy. Specifically, Apple is going to start assembling iPhones in India by the end of April. The company is going to cooperate with Wistron from Taiwan, instead of Foxconn. At the moment, Wistron already has a plant in Bangalore, the “capitol” of technology in the Karnataka state of India. Apple chose India in spite of new president Donald Trump’s threat against companies that bring jobs outside of the US. Last year, 2.5 million iPhones were sold in India, the highest ever in this country. The Indian market is expected to buy 750 million smartphones in 2020, and is one of the … [Read more...] about Vietnam should reconsider FDI attraction policy after ‘Made in India’ success?
VietNamNet Bridge – The UK Daily Telegraph has listed Vietnam among the world’s happiest countries.According to the magazine, Vietnam is a heaven for foreign backpackers thanks to its cheap expenses, beautiful landscapes, and smooth sandy beaches. related news Vietnam’s landscapes and people through Réhahn’s lens The beauty of Kon Tum via famous sites Amazing landscapes in Quang BinhTop ten beautiful places to visit in VietnamJapanese couple’s photos capture beautiful landscapes VOV … [Read more...] about Vietnam among happiest countries in the world: Telegraph