Rather than spend time in clinics or therapy, these 60- to 70-something-year-olds have found a new, hipper way to stay active and help treat their chronic pain.
For those of you who do not live in Vietnam at the moment, a heavy rain fell on Hanoi since yesterday 7/13/10 at 8am lasted for 3 hours and left the 1000-years-old city submerged in 0.5 meter of water. Many … Continued
Note: This article has been updated based on an earlier article that contained inaccurate information about the history of Vietnam. We appreciate our readers for identifying the errors and referring us to accurate sources. The year 2010 marks the 1,000th … Continued
A new draft of the Capital Law presented to government officials this week proposes giving authorities in Hanoi more power; citizens of the capital receive more benefits accompanied by more stringent standards; and violators will be penalized more severely.
11.15.09 – Vietnam surpassed 40 Asian countries such as India, Japan, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia to claim second place after China at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games (AIG). Host Vietnam collected 94 medals, including 42 gold, 30 silver and … Continued