For those who wish to leave the remote areas to make a new life for themselves, Reiko offers part-time jobs at her coffee shop, giving them on-the-job training and helping them seek permanent occupations in the ancient town. … [Read more...] about Former Japanese dentist visits Vietnam’s Hoi An for final project
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Analysts said Honda’s decision to resume exports to Việt Nam should be considered a big factor for the Vietnamese auto market. This was because after Honda, other companies would also be able to receive similar certificates like Honda to bring their cars back to Việt Nam. … [Read more...] about Floodgates could open as Honda imports cars
Nguyen Huu Thien, an independent researcher, warned that if 11 hydropower dams are built on Mekong River upper course, sand will not be able to reach the Mekong Delta. If exploiting sand, the river bed will become lower. At present, Tien and Hau river beds are 1.3 meters deeper than 10 years ago. … [Read more...] about Experts worry about the fate of Mekong Delta
Social organizations propose to stop licensing new coal-fired thermopower projects Since the government is pursuing a consistent policy not to sacrifice the environment for economic development, coal-fired thermopower projects will no longer be developed. … [Read more...] about Will the Mekong Delta have fewer coal-fired power plants?
Hotcakes: Tourists try making bánh chưng at the Ancient House in Mã Mây Street. — VNS Photo Lê Hương At Kim Ngân Communal House, No 42 and 44 Hàng Bạc Street, visitors can experience traditional decorations for public spaces at a common gathering house and offerings to the village god of various local delicacies like bánh cốm (cake made from sweetened green young rice bean and coconut) and bánh chưng (sticky rice square cake). … [Read more...] about Old Quarter relics set in Lunar New Year theme