Jasmine Le is a national reporter at Vietnam Times, covering Travel and Lifestyle. She acquired Bachelor’s Degree in English language upon her graduation in 2019 at English Department, Hanoi University and has one year experience working in the journalism field.
For Jasmine Le's latest contributions to VietnamTimes, see below:
Vietnam News Today (March 3) features headlines include Vietnam extends congratulations to Bosnia and Herzegovina on National Day, PM Phuc chairs cabinet meeting, Vietnam, Cuba hold sixth political consultation, COVID-19 updates.
The UK’s prestigious newspaper Independent on Tuesday runs an article praising the heroic act of the young Vietnamese delivery driver who saves a 2-year-old’s life from high-rise falling.
The Association of Vietnamese in Macau has so far handed out over 200 presents to Vietnamese Macau in need, including unemployed or ill individuals, pregnant women, and women with children.
Vietnamese engineers are touted by Japanese employers for their good working attitude, decent skills, and great contribution to Japan’s labor market so far.
Vietnam News Today (March 2) features headlines include Da Nang set to become a special-class city, fresh policies take effect in March, Viet Nam begins national economic census, COVID-19 updates.
World breaking news today (March 2): France's ex-president Sarkozy to appeal after sentenced to prison for corruption. Meanwhile, Prince Philip, 99, taken to another hospital, China kicks off military drill in South China Sea and gold prices also make headlines today.
The indigenous Covivac vaccine is expected to be less than US $2.6 (VND 60,000) per dose, a reasonable price for all Vietnamese residents.
Over two million students in Hanoi would come back school on March 2, about an extended one-month Tet break and online classes due to Covid-19.
Over the last 40 years, the Military Hospital 175 has been delivering trusted healthcare services for not only soldiers on Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago but also islanders and fishermen working in the waters around the islands, said the hospital's Director Major General Nguyen Hong Son.
World breaking news today (Feb 28): Myanmar's U.N. ambassador vows to fight after junta fired him. Meanwhile, House passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, Xi Jinping Speaks with French President Emmanuel Macron on the Phone and gold prices also make headlines today.
Vietnam News Today (Feb 28) features headlines include leaders show gratitude to healthcare workers on Vietnamese Doctors’ Day, Politburo holds meeting with former Party officials, Congratulations to new leaders of African Union and COVID-19 updates.
Japanese charitable groups are planning to support foreigners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, including overseas Vietnamese, by sending daily necessities, spawning more jobs.
Izevsk city, homeland of the world-famous Kalashnikov rifle, is home to a handful of Vietnamese restaurants where overseas Vietnamese and foreigners can enjoy the most refined Vietnamese culinary treat.
The small Samsen market, nestling in center Bangkok’s Soi Samsen 13 street, provides a large range of Vietnamese handicrafts, foodstuffs, etc.,. Opens only on Sunday, the place promotes and preserves Vietnamese cultural values in the neighboring country.
All Hanoians will get a free medical checkup at least once a year starting March, the municipal chief said on Thursday.
World breaking news today (Feb 27): Over 300 Capitol rioters arrested. Meanwhile, Biden visits Texas, Dutch parliament: China's treatment of Uighurs is genocide, COVID-19 vaccine in China and gold price also make headlines today.
Vietnam News Today (Feb 27) features headlines include countries’ leaders offer congratulations to Party General Secretary, President Nguyen Phu Trong, Party envisages development goals, orientations through mid-21st century, Gov't informs candidacy for re-election to Int'l Law Commission.
HCMC will allow most non-essential services except bars, dance clubs, karaoke parlors, gyms, and pool table services to resume starting March 1.
March 8, or International Women's Day is the opportunity for the males to celebrate and show their love, respect to their life partner, their mother, friends. This heartfelt collection of the warmest Women’s Day wishes will make "half of the world" feel how special they are.
US’s Moderna and Russia’s Generium COVID-19 vaccines are green-lighted by the Vietnam Ministry of Health for emergency use, becoming the next authorized candidates in Vietnam after AstraZeneca.