Rosie Nguyen is an editor at Vietnam Times. She graduated from Foreign Trade University with a major in Business Language and has one year of working experience in journalism and television.
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Vietnam News Today (June 23): Vietnam a proactive, dynamic, and responsible member of ASEM; Hanoi Party chief urges safety for high school graduation exam; 22,000 factory workers in HCMC, Binh Duong suspended from work amid Covid-19 and Vietnamese fresh lychees auctioned at US$2,254 per kilo in Australia.
A Vietnam Ambassador has affirmed Vietnam’s readiness to continue making contributions to the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) activitie and promote the engagement of female officers in the mission.
A representative of the Vietnamese Association of Kiev city (Ukraine), said that after a year of struggling against the pandemic, the Vietnamese community in Kiev has proudly overcome this challenge. The Vietnam Times spoke to representative Nguyen Vinh Phuong about the community's success.
Built inspired by the curves of pottery earth on the turntable, Bat Trang Ceramic Museum is becoming one of the new attractions of Hanoians.
People in difficult circumstances in Hue and Da Nang city have received support from New Zealand to overcome the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam
Nearly a ton of fresh lychee Thanh Ha (Hai Duong) has been sent to the Netherlands to introduce to customers to the fruit. After being exported to the Netherlands and France, Vietnamese lychees have attracted attention in these markets.
Singapore to underpin solid political and economic ties with Vietnam, through people-to-people exchanges and extensive cooperation
Vietnam News Today (June 22): Vietnam treasures extensive partnership with Japan, says NA Chairman; Hanoi reopens barber shops, indoor dining; Vietnam’s exports to EU surge amidst Covid-19 and Phu Quoc prepares to welcome international visitors with vaccine passport.
Vietnam News Today (June 21): 500,000 doses of Chinese Sinopharm vaccine arrive in Hanoi; Technology - a prong in Covid-19 response strategy; Every citizen to have QR Code by 2025 to develop digital government; Manufacturing and processing sector tops FDI attraction.
Put sticky rice into bamboo tubes and then bake. Try out the Thai ethnic group's unique method of preparing rice
The Vietnamese Embassy in Israel and the Vietnamese community in Germany have launched a donation movement to contribute to the coronavirus battle
On the morning of June 17, the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations held a seminar on "The world and regional people's movements in the context of the new international situation"
In the midst of Covid-19, the Vietnamese community in India has pulled together in a spirit of mutual affection
Vietnam News Today (June 20): Vietnam chairs meeting of UNSC Committee on South Sudan; Hanoi considers reopening certain businesses, allowing outdoor sports; Northern and central regions continue to face heat wave of over 40 degrees Celsius and Da Nang shuts public beaches following new community transmissions.
"Home sweet home," "Dad, I'm sorry" and two saviors of cinema in 2020 including "Blood Moon Party" and "Rom" will appear on the Vietnamese film screening day for the audience of the Italian Asian Film Festival this year.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has just sent a document with additional instructions on the passport and temporary residence card of foreign passengers using domestic flights
Each region in Vietnam has its own ways of making and enjoying banh mi (Vietnam-styled sandwich).
Vietnam News Today (June 19): HCM city faces huge challenges in latest Covid-19 fight; Covid-19 vaccination plan for Phu Quoc residents to reopen to foreign tourists; HCM city proposes metro link to new mega airport; Vietnam win gold, silver at Asian Taekwondo Championship.
In the summer of 2020, a Samoyed dog traveled with his owner to across the beaches of southern Vietnam, including Vung Tau, Phu Quoc and Mui Ne.
According to research by from German, American and Indian laboratories, Vietnam's Wakamono masks are capable of killing 99% of some viruses, including nCoV