VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyet Thu, founder of the Apaixonado (Passion) Quartet, speaks with Bui Quynh Hoa about how she has worked with her son with autism, her devotion to helping children with the illness and launching the first school for autistic children in Viet … [Read more...] about Violinist opens first school for kids with autism
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One killed, eight injured in taxi-train crash One person died and another eight people were injured yesterday evening when their taxi crossed a railway intersection and collided with a train in Thuong Thanh Ward, Ha Noi's Long Bien District, despite a signal warning of its … [Read more...] about Vaccine not to blame for infant death in Quang Tri
VietNamNet Bridge - Local authorities seem to be sitting back as dog thieves supplying Vietnamese tables furtively carry out their nasty work. How, therefore, can the ordinary public be blamed for taking matters into their own hands? Nghe An: Two dog thieves beaten to … [Read more...] about Are dog thieves to blame for fatal vigilante attacks?
by Bach Lien Melodious therapy: An autistic child at the Sao Mai Centre sings Loi Chao Buoi Sang (Good Morning) for his teachers and classmates. — VNS Photo Bach Lien Nine-year-old Dinh Quang Thang claps his hands to the rhythm of the children's song Loi Chao Buoi Sang … [Read more...] about Music makes autistic kids more social
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