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.
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The countries that fall in the Southeast Asia region have so much going for them, it's almost impossible to keep them off anybody's bucket list. From the white soft beaches to major cities to the rich history and culture and the must-try food, this part of the world has something for everybody.
Whether you're craving a quiet sunset, digging your toes in the hot sand, or an active holiday parasailing or kayaking on turquoise waters, there's probably a beach holiday destination with your name on it somewhere in Asia.
The World Bank (WB) on March 11 released its brief updating Vietnam’s economic development in March, stating that the economy continues to show resilience and is recovering although downside risks have heightened.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong on March 12 extended his congratulatory message to President-elect of the Republic of Korea (RoK) Yoon Suk-yeol and Lee Jun-seok, head of the country’s People Power Party (PPP).
Vietnamese frigate 015 – Tran Hung Dao belonging to Brigade 162 of Naval Region 4 participated in a joint exercise at sea off Khanh Hoa province with frigate Vendémiaire of the French Navy.
Many experts and leaders of travel firms believe that the local tourism sector will recover quickly from the second quarter of this year following the Government’s decision to reopen borders from March 15
Australia has delivered 3.6 million Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses to Vietnam over recent weeks through a procurement agreement with UNICEF and in partnership with Vietnam's Ministry of Health
Expats are very happy that they could travel and meet during the Lunar New Year holiday, are hoping that caution accompanies the country's reopening
Satyam Mishra, a student at Vietnam National University, has spent two years celebrating the Lunar New Year (Tet) in Vietnam.
Vietnamese nationals living across the world are celebrating the traditional Lunar New Year in a festive atmosphere
‘Chung cake day’ was held Sunday by the Vietnamese Paris Student Association at the headquarters of the Vietnamese Embassy in France
Foreign guests in Ao Dai experience Vietnam’s traditional Lunar New Year activities, including making Chung cake, writing couplets, enjoying New Year feast
300 overseas delegates attended the Lunar New Year meeting hosted by HCMC officials Tuesday evening
The nation posted a trade surplus from 54 out of 86 major import and export markets across the globe last year, fetching over US$1 billion from 18 markets, and US$4.5 billion from five markets
European companies ended 2021 more positive and optimistic regarding the local trade and investment environment, according to the Business Climate Index (BCI) from the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham)
Ambassador Marc Evans Knapper sent new year greetings in Vietnamese in a virtual event, affirming that he would do his best to foster the U.S.-Vietnam relationship
A delegation from the Hungarian National Assembly (NA) led by its First Officer Márta Mátrai is paying a working visit to Vietnam from January 18 to 22, becoming the first international guests of the Vietnamese NA this year
The four markets receiving the largest number of Vietnamese workers included South Korea, Japan, Germany and Taiwan (China)
The British rock band Coldplay has praised a video of Vietnamese dancers performing to their viral track with K-pop band BTS 'My Universe'
The giant bamboo waterwheels, with slow rotation, have long been associated with cool streams and ripe rice fields in mountainous provinces, including Lai Chau
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