Maybe you accept it. It’s Vietnamese culture, you chuckle to yourself. It’s not that bad, you try and convince your travel buddies. You’re not going to let a distant but persistent racket wreck your holiday. The warbler – perhaps a fellow tourist in a nearby hotel – wants to enjoy their holiday just as much as you do, and that’s fine. The Vietnamese don’t seem to mind, so why should you? … [Read more...] about Do foreigners have the right to complain about countryside karaoke?
Singapore (VNA) - More firms have set up liquefied natural gas (LNG) desks in Singapore to capitalise on growing demand for gas in Asia, Singapore’s Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing said. Singapore has currently over 50 companies with an LNG trading or business development presence in Singapore, Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing told the Gastech virtual summit held early this week. They include key buyers of LNG such as Osaka Gas setting up trading operations in Singapore, according to the minister. A push for more transparency in the sector has boosted spot trades of Asian LNG. Singapore, which is the Asian oil trading hub, is seen as a natural hub for LNG especially for companies that already have a presence in the city-state and are looking to expand into LNG. Chan said the companies have chosen Singapore due to the "rich eco-system" of companies across the LNG value chain, Singapore's close links to the growing region and the ease of doing business in … [Read more...] about More than 50 firms set up LNG desks in Singapore
Audiences can sing along with the singers for several songs, such as Alle Jahre Wieder; Still, Still; Morgen Kinder; Vom Himmel Hoch; Macht hoch die Tuer; O Du Froehliche; Kommet Ihr Hirten; Suesser die Glockchen sie klingen; Stille Nacht and O Tannenbaum. … [Read more...] about Goethe Institute to host a Christmas concert
Condotels have lost their attraction among investors due to tighter management restrictions, and farm stays have emerged as a new investment trend during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, experts have urged caution when investing in this model, given the risks of an incomplete legal framework and a potentially long wait for investors to make a return on the outlay. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 13
MOMENT OF TRIUMPH: Việt Nam’s flag flying atop the French command bunker in Điện Biên Phủ, marking the victory of the Vietnamese people and army over the French on May 7, 1954. Photographer Triệu Đại of the Vietnam News Agency was awarded the State Prize in Literature and Arts in 2000 for his photo collection on the victorious Điện Biên Phủ battle. … [Read more...] about Through the lens of history