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’Funky balls’ face Hà Nội ban

Created 16 February 2017
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(14 votes, average 3.14 out of 5)

The sale of nitrous oxide and nitrous oxide-filled balloons might be temporarily banned in Hà Nội, said Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Hoàng Trung Hải.

‘Ao dai’, saree honor long-lived beauty of Vietnamese, Indian women: diplomat

Created 19 October 2015
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(15 votes, average 2.80 out of 5)

Ao dai and saree, the two traditional costumes of Vietnam and India, honor the long-standing beauty of women of the two countries, and can be considered the apparel of the future, according to Smita Pant, Indian Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City.

 

LGBTI people represent some of Asia Pacific’s most marginalized populations: report

Created 19 October 2015
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(17 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Asia Pacific has seen progress on the protection of LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) people but obstacles remain, a recent report shows.

Ho Chi Minh City volunteer groups bring poor children Mid-Autumn Fest joy

Created 28 September 2015
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(17 votes, average 3.18 out of 5)

As the Mid-Autumn Fest is coming, many volunteer groups in Ho Chi Minh City have launched activities in the hope of bringing children in remote areas a festival of joy.

 

Ho Chi Minh City abounds with creative art space, charity groups

Created 21 September 2015
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(13 votes, average 2.92 out of 5)

Apart from established and fledgling contemporary art venues, Ho Chi Minh City is now also home to several groups that have organized charitable, community events and run free or low-tuition art classes at the same time.

ASEAN Youth Forum kicks off in Ho Chi Minh City

Created 19 September 2015
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(3 votes, average 2.67 out of 5)

The first ASEAN Youth Forum opened in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday with the participation of 36 representatives who are outstanding youths aged from 18 to 30 from seven Southeast Asian countries.

 

Vietnamese pranksters make video to raise awareness of domestic violence (video)

Created 18 September 2015
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(3 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

A group in Hanoi has recently made a social experiment video to see how people react when witnessing a young woman beaten by her boyfriend on the street.

Selfie madness: too many dying to get the picture

Created 03 September 2015
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(25 votes, average 3.04 out of 5)

The rise of selfie photography in some of the world's most beautiful, and dangerous, places is sparking a range of interventions aimed at combating risk-taking that has resulted in a string of gruesome deaths worldwide.

 

Image: Streets for youth in Hanoi to escape the heat

Created 24 August 2015
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(21 votes, average 3.19 out of 5)

In summer, these streets become the favorite destinations of Hanoians, particularly the young and tourists at night.

Image: Streets for youth in Hanoi to escape the heat

Ho Chi Minh City’s young street artists stun residents with music

Created 19 August 2015
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(16 votes, average 3.19 out of 5)

Ho Chi Minh City is not only a crowded, dynamic economic and financial hub of Vietnam, but it is also a place which nurtures people’s dreams.

 

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