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 has long been famous for its rich and diverse culinary culture. Among the many dishes that capture people's hearts, Vietnamese street food holds a special place in the soul of not only Vietnamese but also foreign food lovers.
Y Ty Plateau, in the northern province of Lao Cai, is the place that any tourist would love to set foot in to enjoy the spectacular beauty of a "dreamy destination". Located just some 80km from Lao Cai city, Y Ty is a perfect getaway from the daily hustle for city dwellers.
The colorful lanterns on the street, the delicate architecture of Fukian Assembly Hall, a gorgeous sunset on Thu Bon River, are among the alluringly picturesque photos of Hoi An ancient town, central Vietnam taken by foreign photographers.
The fresh COVID-19 outbreak in Vietnam is devastating the daily life of many people, and causing job insecurity among a large number of laborers in the southern city of Ho Chi Minh.
World breaking news today (August 14): The U.S. government has for the first time seized vessels allegedly loaded with Iranian fuel in violation of sanctions. Meanwhile, Robert O’Brien says Trump should be ‘front-runner’ for Nobel Peace Prize, US reject Russia’s offer with COVID-19 vaccine and oil price making headlines today.
World breaking news today (August 13): Hong Kong International Airport said passengers from mainland China would be able to transit through Hong Kong to other destinations. Meanwhile, Biden, Harris launch campaign with call to ‘rebuild’ post-Trump US, UK enters deepest recession on record, and oil price also make headlines today.
For almost 11 years, Hieu has been giving his amputee friend, Minh, a piggy ride all the way from home to school and back. Hieu has been Minh’s legs throughout his studenthood, even on the national graduation exam day.
Xuan Nguyen, 18, a Vietnamese-born who is living in one of the most disadvantaged areas in London, won a scholarship worths one million pounds from the prestigious Harvard University.
Vietnam’s 5 percent broken rice is US $15/ ton higher than Thailand’s starting August 8, according to Vietnam Trade Office in Thailand.
World breaking news today (August 12): Joe Biden on Tuesday picked Senator Kamala Harris as his choice for vice president. Meanwhile, US has reached deal for 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccine, China vice foreign minister says Sino-U.S. relations must not derail and oil price also make headlines today.
Several Latin American, Middle Eastern and Asian countries have expressed an interest in purchasing the Russian vaccine named Sputnik, while several contracts have been finalised, says Kirill Dmitriyev, the head of the RDIF which finances the vaccine project.
Thousands of wool “ears” have been creatively knitted to send to medical personnel whose ears turned red and painful due to prolonged face masks wearing.
Russia has become the first to approve a COVID-19 vaccine, developed by the Gamaleya Institute in Moscow, with production and tens of thousands of inoculations to follow, President Vladimir Putin announced Tuesday.
A photo of sweet soups, taken by a foreign photographer in Hoi An, has been listed in the top 23 images shared by the CEWE Photo Award, the world’s largest photo competition.
The near-term trends in precious metals reached extremes – a temporary top is becoming likely. A daily close below $2,000 in gold would confirm a spike-high top and beginning of a 1 to 2-month correction.
World breaking news today (August 11): Lebanon's Prime Minister stepped down from his job Monday in the wake of the catastrophic explosion in Beirut. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson has insisted schools are safe to re-open next month, China imposes sanctions on 11 US officials over Hong Kong related tensions and oil price also make headlines today.
The project designs for every 200 meters within the campus a utility such as a park, theater, entertainment center, lake, etc...for visitors to experience the multi-colored life, from the natural scenery, indigenous culture to the festival atmosphere, vibrant clubhouses.
A large number of restaurants and hotels in the famous Hanoi Old Quarter are experiencing prolonged closure due to the recent complicated development of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Record low-interest rates and the unprecedented monetary policy response from the Federal Reserve have seemingly created the perfect environment for gold prices to extend their recent run higher.
World breaking news today (August 10): Thousands of protesters demanded the dissolution of the government after the Beirut port explosion. Meanwhile, Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under security law, New Zealand marks 100 days without COVID-19 community infections, and oil price also make headlines today.