Life in Vietnam


Miss Vietnam Heritage Global turns to be TV reality pageant

Miss Vietnam Heritage Global turns to be TV reality pageant

Miss Vietnam Heritage Global 2018 is inviting Vietnamese young women and the ones who have Vietnamese root living all over the world to vie for the beauty title.

Circus princes overcome fear of satisfying audiences

06/24/2018 10:47

Acrobatic artists and brothers Giang Quoc Co, 24, and Giang Quoc Nghiep, 29, were placed fifth in Britain’s Got Talent 2018 recently with their death-defying, head-balancing act of walking across tiny platforms suspended high off the ground during the show’s finale on June 3. My Phuong and Phuong Mai speak to them about the challenges they faced and their feelings during and after the show.

Malaysian artist loves both modernity and tradition of Việt Nam

06/21/2018 09:52

One among artworks bringing fame for Malaysian artist Tan Keang Long is the one describing Vietnamese buffalo, the symbol of the national agriculture.

Businessman devoted to forest birds

06/18/2018 10:27

People call Tang A Pau a man of the forest. He especially loves the birds in the forests of Viet Nam.

85-year-old man goes back to school to earn MBA degree

06/18/2018 10:17

Le Phuoc Thiet, 85, from the central coastal province of Quang Nam, has just been awarded his master’s degree in business management from Duy Tan University.

Understanding sports injuries: precautions and treatment

06/18/2018 10:14

Physical activity is an important part of maintaining overall health. Leading a stressful work life usually only leaves us with weekends to engage in physical activities. However, trying to compensate for our sedentary lifestyle during week days may take a toll on sports injuries.

There was only a river running

06/17/2018 09:14

A short story by Tu Da Vu

International collaboration brings hope to Vietnamese feet

06/17/2018 09:00

Forty-five successful surgeries in the last two weeks and 100 more patients to go – this is what the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS) has achieved so far in its seventeenth collaboration with the Viet Duc Hospital.

The last carving artisan of an ethnic tribe

06/17/2018 08:59

Bon Nieng Ha Sao is known as an artisan who can carve almost any traditional patterns onto the neu pole – an important ceremonial item of the Cil ethnic minority group.