The Veil - Vietnam's Only Project Nominated in WAF 2021

The Veil - Vietnam's Only Project Nominated in WAF 2021

White Palace International Convention Center- The Veil, has been nominated in the category of Display: Completed Buildings, beating thousands of design groups from all over the world at the World's Leading Architecture Festival 2021 in Lisbon, Portugal.
"Smallest House of Great Britain": The Old Quay House Attracts 55,000 Guests Each Year

"Smallest House of Great Britain": The Old Quay House Attracts 55,000 Guests Each Year

The Old Quay House of Wales, also known as "The Small House of Great Britain", has become the most famous tourist spot and attraction in England for its unique and extraordinary structures and architecture.
Indulging in magnificent beauty of Som Rong Pagoda with impressive architecture

Indulging in magnificent beauty of Som Rong Pagoda with impressive architecture

When coming to Som Rong Pagoda, tourists and photographers usually consider it a favorite destination with the giant reclining Buddha statue.
Pao's house, a cultural and architectural attraction in Ha Giang province

Pao's house, a cultural and architectural attraction in Ha Giang province

Pao's house, which was once the shooting scene of a famous Vietnamese movie, is now a must-see destination in Ha Giang province. The house is home to typical upland architectures, ethnic minority people's simple way of life, and humble locals. 
Picture of Vietnam’s Golden Bridge wins World’s best photo of architecture 2020

Picture of Vietnam’s Golden Bridge wins World’s best photo of architecture 2020

Picture of the Golden Bridge in the central coastal city of Danang, Vietnam, photographed by Tran Tuan Viet has been named the winner of Agora’s Architecture photo 2020 contest, the Independent reported Thursday. 
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New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers Economy

New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers

HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 28 October 2021 - A new survey examining the awareness and usage of nutritional supplements in the Asia Pacific region revealed that four out of five consumers in believe their health is a "work in progress," and 86% have been taking steps to improve their health in the past year.
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