Previously, online shopping mainly focused on clothing and home appliances products; now customers can get "fresh" items with only a few clicks. Retail industry giants are offering numerous 4.0 shopping applications to consumers, especially during the recent outbreaks. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 pushes banks to develop online payment
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The positive benefits of Safe Surgery 2020 were emphasized by Cheri Reynolds, Director of Global Health and Program Development at Assist International, a key partner of Safe Surgery 2020. "The crucial investments in health systems strengthening, not only strengthens the health systems' ability to immediately provide safe surgery, but it provides the infrastructure to respond swiftly and effectively to other health emergencies such as the current Coronavirus pandemic. We know from our work in Southeast Asia that access to safe surgical and anesthesia care is an immense challenge. However, the project in Cambodia showed us it is possible to improve this and we see a great potential to expand such services in the region based on our learnings from Cambodia". … [Read more...] about Safe Surgery 2020 Brings New Focus on Surgical Healthcare Services in Cambodia and the Region
“We’re working to create Da Lat as one of the country’s most attractive tourist cities. We hope the Da Lat Opera House will be the place to organise quality cultural programmes targeting music and theatre that meets the taste of residents, and domestic and foreign tourists,” said Nguyen Viet Van, director of the city’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism. … [Read more...] about Da Lat’s first opera house opens
"I lost everything," he said. "I wasted too much time and money, distanced myself from friends and my girlfriend left me. My life became empty. I realised that reaching level 80 and being able to defeat thousands of monsters and acquire hundreds of millions in property meant nothing in real life." — VNS … [Read more...] about Online games: harmless fun or social problem?
Hanoi (VNA) - Findings from a recent Visa Consumer Payment Attitudes survey showed 37 percent of Vietnamese consumers are now using contactless card payments. The survey said among those that use contactless card payments, 85 percent shared that they use the method at least once a week. It also revealed that four out of five consumers who have not used contactless payments are interested in doing so. More than 80 percent expressed interest in biometric authentication technology, which uses fingerprints or facial or voice recognition to authenticate payments. With contactless payments, consumers can tap to pay at checkout counters anywhere they see the contactless symbol without handing their cards to cashiers. Contactless payments are secured with dynamic EMV® Chip technology. The cards have a tiny antenna which can be read by POS (point of sale) terminals when they are 4cm away or less from the terminal. POS terminals can typically read a contactless card or device in less … [Read more...] about Thirty-seven percent of Vietnamese consumers use contactless payments