And when one understands that creativity is what leads innovation and science, there is a strong need, stronger than ever before, to place creative education at the centre of our children’s curriculum. And as for the Vietnamcontext, the future will be dictated by parents, and it is vital that they understand that though math and science are important, being able to communicate, collaborate and think outside-the-box is more important to their child’s success, and can be achieved through the integration of creative education in all that the child does. … [Read more...] about Singer, educator calls creative arts ‘the new currency of tomorrow’s world’
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Additionally, their garments are of high quality because they are fitted to every client, and the price is not high. … [Read more...] about No-name tailor shops are busy producing quality products at good prices for Tết
In more than a decade of taking care of the mice it has been routine to be absent from home during the Tet holidays, said veterinarian Ha Thi Nga, busy checking the temperature of some mice that have been separated from the rest. She carefully examines the fur, eyes and tail of each mouse. … [Read more...] about Mice that help save humans
The other two qualifiers are in archery. At the Olympic qualifying event in Thailand last year, Nguyen Hoang Phi Vu won the men's individual category while Do Thi Anh Nguyet finished in the top three of the women’s individual category. They are the first Vietnamese archers ever to qualify. … [Read more...] about Which Vietnamese athletes have qualified for 2020 Olympics?
Hanoi (VNA) - A Chinese couple, who took their two-year old toddler suspected of having been infected with the coronavirus out of the Sultanah Aminah Hospital in Johor Bahru, were detained on January 25 by local police at the Senai International Airport. The police was alerted after the Chinese couple refused to obey a directive for their two-year-old to be quarantined, saying that they did not want to miss their flight back to China. Malaysia has reported four cases of coronavirus inflection so far. Noor Hisham Abdullah, a senior official from the Health Ministry, said the latest case was a 40-year-old man from Wuhan, China, who was part of a tour group that travelled by bus to the southern state of Johor from Singapore on January 22. The man had suffered from fever the next day and sought treatment at a hospital in Johor. Tests by Malaysia's Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre confirmed he was suffering from the coronavirus, Noor Hisham said. Earlier, Health Minister … [Read more...] about Malaysian police detain Chinese couple for refusing quarantine