Author: Kevin Le

Japan announced that it would conduct a “trial tour” in the form of a package tour for groups of guests from the US, Australia, Thailand and Singapore from the end of May. The decision was made on May 17, as a way to gather information before the country fully opens its borders to foreign visitors in June. The Japanese government wants to assess the level of security, investigate how to react if a visitor has a Covid-19 infection. During the trial period, groups will run a package tour on a set schedule, with a guide to support the group 24/24,…

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That is the main topic of the research results consultation conference “Plan for the development of electric vehicle transportation in Ho Chi Minh City”, which was held in Ho Chi Minh City this afternoon, 5/12/22. Accordingly, this is a plan in the project “Transport Initiative in NDC in Asian Countries – NDC TIA”, funded by the German government in Vietnam to support capacity building, a legal framework to promote development. Transport towards decarbonisation, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Ho Chi Minh City: Plan 3 phases to “eliminate” “gasoline” cars and cover 100% of electric cars by 2050 “Remove † petrol…

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The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has proposed to the National Assembly to allow the pilot to host casinos in hotels of 5 stars or more and for Vietnamese people aged 18 and over with sufficient behavioral and financial capacity to participate to take. On the afternoon of May 17, the National Assembly (NA) delegation in Ho Chi Minh City met to monitor Resolution 54 and the socio-economic situation in the first 4 months of 2022 for the City People’s Committee. During the monitoring meeting, the city people suggested to the Delegation of National Assembly Deputies to ask…

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TOMORROW Conference, the largest Crypto, NFT and Metaverse conference in Europe, rounded out its spectacular debut edition held at Belgrade’s Belex Center, from May 13 to 15, the Crypto Insider reported. More than 21,000 people from around the world enjoyed the event on-site and online. More than 50 speakers took part in seven exclusive panels, more than 50 keynotes and numerous interactive discussions and workshops from the Crypto, NFT and Metaverse realms. Leading global experts presented the exclusive information about the blockchain, cryptocurrencies, as well as mining and investments. For the first time in Europe and the second time in…

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Right in the top area of ​​District 1, the Da Kao neighborhood is home to a series of consular buildings and classical buildings from the French colonial period. And in the middle of the bustle of Saigon city center, among countless service shops, Noir. Dining in the Dark is still loved by many diners thanks to its inspiring story. Noir has been rated 5 stars overall with a shower of compliments on TripAdvisor and many international awards for social enterprises. Noir is a restaurant operated by visually impaired employees, with the aim of stimulating the senses of the customers. dinners…

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From May 15, Vietnam Airlines will increase the frequency of flights on 8 routes to Japan and South Korea. In addition, the airline will restore 3 more routes to Korea from June 1. According to information from Vietnam Airlines, the airline will expand the Japan route from 1 to 2 flights per week from May 15 on routes between Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya. From July 1, Vietnam Airlines will resume flights between Da Nang and Tokyo. In total, Vietnam Airlines will operate between 25 and 30 flights per week from Hanoi and Ho Chi…

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Coffee is a favorite drink around the world, but every country has its own way of enjoying it. The Travel, a magazine specializing in travel experiences, recently ran an article (by Canadian author Robynne Trueman) that listed the countries with the best coffee in the world, and at the very beginning of that article mentioned Vietnamese iced coffee. The author of the article believes that drinking and preparing coffee in any place is infused with native culture and traditions. Therefore, learning about a country’s coffee culture also helps visitors learn more about the country itself. In Vietnam, coffee isn’t just…

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Venture financing in Southeast Asia to the moon and back is a “very, very good” opportunity for a new lending platform like Funding Societies to enter the Vietnamese market, said Ryan Galloway – Country Director for Funding Societies in Vietnam. Kelvin Teo and Ryan Galloway of Funding Societies Vietnam The stock market crash in the US has consequences for capital markets around the world. This forces companies to look for safer forms of capital, while banks are still hesitant to lend. The same is happening in Vietnam. That’s why it’s a great opportunity for finance companies in this country when…

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Vietnam is considered by the world as a potential market for Blockchain technology development. This is why the Global Blockchain Conference has chosen Vietnam as its host. Vietnam is a country with impressive achievements in digital transformation and digital technology development. In particular, the Government of Vietnam’s pioneering strategies and visions on digital transformation, which promote openness policies, encourage the development of new technologies that improve people’s quality of life, create a favorable business environment for enterprises, and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of government management. In terms of Blockchain technology, Vietnam has also emerged as an industry phenomenon with…

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As Vietnam reopens its borders to tourism, attracting, developing and retaining a high-quality workforce has become the top priority for this industry. With the reopening of the international borders and the launch of tourism promotion campaigns in Vietnam, hotels, tour operators and support service providers across the country may face a major problem: a shortage of qualified workers. During the worst period of the pandemic in 2020-2021, many tourism organizations had to reduce their (experienced) workforce. A report from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism revealed that tourism companies have reduced their workforce by 70-80% by 2020. By 2021,…

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