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Atka Explores Our Relentless Growth Into the Collective “Other” on New Track “Desiring Machines”

15 Jun 2024  |  FLOOD
Sarah Neumann, performing as Atka, releases her debut single 'Desiring Machines' from the upcoming EP 'Eye Against the Ashen Sky.' Influenced by her philosophical studies and the Deleuzian concept of the rhizome, the track explores themes of self-identity and the collective 'other.' Produced by Gang of Youths' guitarist Jung Kim, the song reflects Neumann's journey of self-affirmation and breaking away from external perceptions. The accompanying video, set in her East German childhood landscapes, adds a mystical and nostalgic layer to the track.

A series of cool sweet fruits are 'natural sunscreen', help against UV rays, and lower blood sugar as well as 'natural insulin': Very available in Vietnamese markets

29 Apr 2024  |  https://kenh14.vn
Cucumbers are highlighted as a natural sunscreen due to their high antioxidant content, including flavonoids, tannins, and vitamin C, which protect against UV rays and soothe sunburn. They also offer health benefits such as lowering blood sugar, improving heart health, preventing cancer, and strengthening bones. Cucumbers are rich in water, vitamin K, and other nutrients, making them beneficial for overall health.

Does it pay to treat employees well?: The case of informal finance

04 Apr 2024  |  onlinelibrary.wiley.com
The study examines the impact of employee-friendly workplace practices on a firm's access to trade credit, an important source of financing. It hypothesizes that good employee treatment can positively affect a firm's access to trade credit by developing a sustainable competitive advantage, nurturing innovation, signaling financial health, and building trust and reputation. The hypothesis is tested using a comprehensive dataset of publicly listed US firms and various empirical strategies to address potential endogeneity concerns. The findings support the hypothesis, showing that better employee treatment is associated with improved access to trade credit. The effect is more pronounced in competitive markets, for firms relying on customized goods or services, and in industries requiring skilled labor. The study contributes to the literature on trade credit determinants, the impacts of employee-friendly practices on firm outcomes, and the link between employee well-being and debt financing.

Words of Gratitude for My Adopted Country

22 Dec 2023  |  www.lesoleil.com
Reflecting on a tumultuous journey, the author expresses immense gratitude for the compassion and kindness received in Canada, their adopted country. The narrative contrasts the end of a warm, loving childhood in Vietnam with the new beginnings in Canada, highlighting the importance of memory and recognition. The author wishes the public continued adventures filled with joy and emphasizes the importance of health, extending festive greetings.

Rapidity gap distribution of diffractive small

20 Dec 2023  |  Physical Review Research
The study utilizes the Kovchegov-Levin equation to analyze diffractive structure functions in deep inelastic scattering, using a modified McLerran-Venugopalan model for protons. The findings show agreement with HERA diffractive data, suggesting a steeper proton shape than Gaussian. The initial conditions are extended to nuclear cases using the optical Glauber model, predicting significant nuclear modification effects in diffractive scattering at the future Electron-Ion Collider, particularly affecting the Q2-dependence of the diffractive cross section.

Financial Implications of Foreign Crypto Assets for Small Developing Economies

06 Dec 2023  |  imf.org
A Fintech Note by the IMF simulates the large-scale adoption of crypto assets in a small open economy, revealing that foreign-currency denominated stablecoins can exacerbate currency substitution and capital outflows during negative shocks. The study finds that monetary policy effectiveness is reduced, requiring central banks to adjust interest rates more aggressively. Capital flow management measures that do not restrict crypto flows may lead households to hold foreign stablecoins, worsening the macroeconomic impact of crypto adoption and limiting policymakers' options to mitigate external shocks, potentially increasing cross-country spillovers.

Financial Impacts of Foreign Digital Money

06 Dec 2023  |  imf.org
A two-country New Keynesian model with endogenous currency substitution and financial frictions is developed to examine the impact of a stablecoin issued in a large foreign economy on a small developing economy. The introduction of the stablecoin amplifies currency substitution, reduces bank intermediation, weakens monetary policy transmission, worsens the impacts of recessionary shocks, and increases banking sector stress. Capital controls can inadvertently raise stablecoin adoption, increasing exposure to foreign shocks. Unlike a domestic CBDC, banning stablecoin payments can mitigate these negative effects.

The Bootstrapped Essential Guide for Building a Tech Product

13 Nov 2023  |  medium.com
Anh Thu shares essential software services for bootstrapped tech product development, highlighting free tools that accelerate the process. Azure provides up to $150k in server credits through the Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub program. OpenAI offers free credits for AI startups, while Framer.ai and Chat GPT assist in website creation and coding, respectively. These resources are pivotal for cost-effective product launches.

Male singer in his 40s still unmarried, extremely wealthy before being rumored to owe 1200 billion VND

29 Oct 2023  |  soha.vn
Bruno Mars, born Peter Gene Hernandez in 1985 in Hawaii, has achieved significant success in the music industry, with numerous hit songs and accolades, including Grammy Awards. Despite his professional achievements and substantial wealth, estimated at over $175 million, he remains unmarried at 39. Recently, rumors surfaced about a $50 million gambling debt to MGM Resorts, which the company has denied. Mars has also made smart investments in companies like Chromatik and SelvaRey Rum, and has lucrative deals with Disney and Lacoste.

73-year-old woman still rides horses, drives large motorcycles, looks as young as 40 thanks to 2 simple habits, not exercise

17 Oct 2023  |  soha.vn
In 2013, a photo series of Hoang Diem Trinh, a 73-year-old woman from Xiamen, Fujian, China, went viral for her youthful appearance and stylish fashion sense. Despite her age, she maintains a slim figure and vibrant demeanor, often participating in beauty contests and fashion shows. Hoang attributes her youthful looks to two simple habits: living optimistically with passion and enjoying physical activities. She has overcome significant challenges, including a severe accident, to pursue her love for fashion and beauty. Her active lifestyle, including riding horses and camels, has kept her physically and mentally fit.

Lessons for Florida on mosquito-borne diseases

01 Oct 2023  |  Yahoo Entertainment
Mosquito-borne diseases, exacerbated by climate change, are a growing concern in Florida, mirroring the author's experiences in Vietnam. The Florida Department of Health has issued advisories following cases of malaria and dengue fever. Miami-Dade County is taking proactive measures, including appointing a chief heat officer and passing initial legislation for worker protections against heat-related illnesses. The author, inspired by personal experiences with dengue fever, emphasizes the need for continued action to mitigate climate change and its health impacts.

Staircase Recognition and Localization Using Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) for Cleaning Robot Application

18 Sep 2023  |  MDPI
The article presents a framework for real-time detection and localization of staircases using a convolutional neural network (CNN) for cleaning robots in multi-floor buildings. The study utilizes MobileNet and SSD architectures for staircase recognition in video streams and proposes a contour detection algorithm for determining the middle point and angle of approach of the first step. The model was trained and tested on a custom dataset with an accuracy of 95% for staircase detection and an accuracy of ±2 cm, ±1 degree for localizing the first step. The approach is feasible for real-time applications with an average total runtime of 155 ms.

Lâm Đồng: Woman rents land then... sells it, embezzling billions

16 Sep 2023  |  suckhoedoisong.vn
Trần Thanh Tuyết from Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, was arrested and charged with fraud after embezzling 1.44 billion VND from Nguyễn Đức Linh by selling him land she rented but did not own. Tuyết created a false land division plan and convinced Linh to pay a deposit for the purchase. After failing to complete the land transfer procedures, Linh contacted the authorities and discovered the fraud. Tuyết has admitted to the crime, and the Lâm Đồng Police Department is seeking other potential victims.

Lessons for Florida: Tropical nations know the risks of mosquito-borne diseases and extreme heat

23 Aug 2023  |  The Invading Sea
The article discusses the increasing risks of mosquito-borne diseases and extreme heat in Florida, drawing parallels with the author's experiences in Vietnam. It highlights the efforts of local health departments and leaders in Miami-Dade County to address these issues through public health campaigns, climate action plans, and worker protection ordinances. The author emphasizes the need for continued action to mitigate the health impacts of climate change.

Flamingo.trade revolutionizes the art market with their innovative digital NFTs

17 Aug 2023  |  einnews.com
Flamingo.trade, a platform originating in Vietnam, is transforming the art market by integrating digital non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with physical art, offering a secure investment option that addresses authenticity and provenance concerns through blockchain technology. The platform allows for the purchase of digital NFTs representing physical artworks, providing a hassle-free investment method and enabling participation in the growing digital art market. Flamingo.trade collaborates with art institutions and experts to ensure the authenticity of the artworks, promoting transparency and security for investors.

Flamingo.trade revolutionizes the art market with their innovative digital NFTs

17 Aug 2023  |  www.einpresswire.com
Flamingo.trade is transforming the art market by integrating digital non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with physical art, offering a secure and authenticated investment option. The platform addresses traditional challenges of authenticity, provenance, and security in art trading through blockchain technology. Flamingo.trade's approach allows for seamless investment and storage, participation in the digital art market, and promotes transparency and security. The company, originating in Vietnam, collaborates with art institutions and experts to ensure the quality of artworks, featuring local artists such as Ha Nguyen Tri, Le Trieu Dien, and Dang Can.

Slideshow: UH basketball Red & White scrimmage

01 Aug 2023  |  thedailycougar.com
The University of Houston men's basketball team showcased its 2023-24 roster during the annual Red and White Scrimmage at the Fertitta Center. The White team, featuring new players L.J. Cryer, Damian Dunn, and Joseph 'JoJo' Tugler, secured a victory over the Red team with a score of 58-49. Emanuel Sharp was the top scorer with 19 points. The event offered a preview before the team's first season in the Big 12.

Government temporarily lifts restriction period for credit institutions to repurchase corporate bonds

04 Jul 2023  |  Lexology
The government has decided to remove the regulation that restricts credit institutions from repurchasing sold corporate bonds for a definite period, aiming to alleviate difficulties in production and business activities for enterprises in 2023.

Why do excellent people have fewer and fewer friends?

16 Jun 2023  |  vietgiaitri.com
The article discusses the phenomenon where highly successful individuals tend to have fewer friends. It narrates the story of Hoa Trấn, who after achieving professional success, finds her relationships with close friends strained. The article suggests that envy and a reluctance to be overshadowed by more successful individuals can lead to deteriorating friendships. It also references philosopher Bacon's thoughts on envy and concludes that as people excel, they may find themselves with fewer friends, but potentially surrounded by a new circle of equally accomplished individuals.

Young man brings Zhuge Liang's feather fan for appraisal, expert shocked: 'Worth no less than 30 billion VND but selling it will bring disaster'

12 May 2023  |  gamek.vn
A young man from Hebei, China, brought a family heirloom, a feather fan believed to belong to Zhuge Liang, to a Chinese antique appraisal show. Experts confirmed its authenticity and estimated its value at over 33.8 billion VND, though they noted it likely dates from the Qing Dynasty rather than the Three Kingdoms period. They advised against selling it due to legal restrictions on ivory trade, suggesting it be handed over to authorities or a museum for preservation. The man remains uncertain about the experts' advice and took the fan back home.

Female student passes top university but cannot enroll, reports to police, 'begs' the school for help: Knowing the reason, everyone is silent

30 Apr 2023  |  cafef
In 2023, an 18-year-old student named Gia Gia from Sichuan, China, passed the entrance exam to the prestigious Central Academy of Drama but faced obstacles from her mother, who hid her important documents and cut off her financial resources to prevent her from enrolling. Gia Gia's mother wanted her to become a teacher and live a stable life, leading to a family conflict. Despite reporting the issue to the police, they could not intervene in the family matter. However, the university empathized with Gia Gia's situation and allowed her to enroll. The story sparked widespread debate in China, with many supporting Gia Gia's determination and criticizing her mother's actions.

Vietnam has a type of dried leaf known as 'natural insulin': Helps control blood sugar, nourish the intestines, and effectively cool the liver

30 Apr 2023  |  https://kenh14.vn
Kaffir lime leaves, a common spice in Vietnamese cuisine, are also used in traditional medicine for their health benefits. They are believed to help control blood sugar, making them good for diabetics, due to flavonoid compounds that improve insulin sensitivity and slow carbohydrate digestion. Additionally, they can reduce blood pressure and support cardiovascular health by relaxing blood vessels and reducing inflammation. The leaves' antioxidants protect the skin from oxidative stress and aging. They also aid digestion by stimulating digestive enzymes and maintaining gut bacteria balance. Furthermore, kaffir lime leaves can reduce stress by triggering the release of serotonin and endorphin, and they cool the liver by detoxifying the body.

Male singer in his 40s still unmarried, extremely wealthy before being rumored to owe 1200 billion VND

29 Apr 2023  |  cafef
Bruno Mars, a globally renowned singer born in 1985 in Hawaii, has achieved significant success in the music industry with numerous hit songs and Grammy awards. Despite his immense wealth, estimated at over $175 million, and a successful career, he remains unmarried at 39. Recently, rumors surfaced about his alleged $50 million gambling debt to MGM Resorts, which the company has denied. Mars has also made smart investments in companies like Chromatik, SelvaRey Rum, and NJOY, and has lucrative deals with Disney and Lacoste.

Quang Thắng, 55, lives alone in a 30 m2 house in Hanoi, once dreamed of one thing but failed

21 Mar 2023  |  vietgiaitri.com
Quang Thắng, a well-known comedian from Northern Vietnam, lives alone in a small 30 m2 house in Hanoi due to financial constraints, despite his successful career. Originally from Hai Phong, he moved to Hanoi for better career opportunities but his family returned to Hai Phong due to the crowded city life. Despite his busy schedule, he maintains a close relationship with his family, often traveling back and forth. His personal life is marked by simplicity and dedication to his family, even as he faces loneliness and the challenges of living apart from them.

Woman discovers suitcase full of money from deceased husband, gets arrested 4 years later and taken to the bank

19 Mar 2023  |  cafef
In early 2018, a woman named Truong from Guangdong, China, discovered a suitcase full of counterfeit US dollars left by her deceased husband. Unsure of what to do, she decided to keep the money and attempted to move it multiple times. In June 2022, she was arrested by Chinese police while transporting the suitcase. The bank confirmed the money was counterfeit, totaling over 26 billion VND. Truong was sentenced to 11 years in prison and fined 50,000 NDT. The article highlights the dangers of counterfeit money and urges the public to report such findings to the police.

International Internet connection no longer congested from the night of February 10

11 Feb 2023  |  thegioitiepthi.danviet.vn
Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Communications, led by Minister Nguyễn Mạnh Hùng, held a meeting on February 10 to address the simultaneous disruption of four out of five undersea fiber optic cables. Telecommunication companies were instructed to ensure that the actual bandwidth usage during peak hours does not exceed 90% of the international capacity they can provide to avoid congestion. The ministry is leading efforts to develop a plan for Vietnam's undersea cable routes, aiming to have at least 10 international undersea fiber optic cables by 2025. Companies like VNPT, Viettel, MobiFone, and FPT are implementing technical measures to maintain service quality and are preparing for potential future disruptions. The article also recounts recent incidents affecting undersea cables AAG, AAE-1, APG, and IA, which have impacted international internet connectivity for Vietnam.

Arresting a young man for luring a girl to make sensitive clips and then blackmailing her

29 Jan 2023  |  suckhoedoisong.vn
The Dak Lak Provincial Police, in collaboration with the Buon Ma Thuot City Police, arrested Le Trung Kien for blackmailing a girl using a sensitive clip he coerced her into making. Kien threatened to release the clip unless the girl paid him 5 million VND. When she couldn't pay, he sent the clip to six of her friends. The girl reported the incident to the police, leading to Kien's arrest. Authorities are finalizing the case to prosecute Kien according to the law.

4 worries of parents when they get old

10 Jan 2023  |  vietgiaitri.com
Aging parents often worry about their children growing up and moving away, their inability to help their children, becoming a burden to their children, and their declining health. These concerns highlight the need for children to show more love and understanding towards their parents, as the parents' love and care are unconditional and irreplaceable.

A Combination of Shade Trees and Soil Characteristics May Determine Robusta Coffee (Coffea canephora) Yield in a Tropical Monsoon Environment

25 Dec 2022  |  MDPI
Shade trees significantly enhance Robusta coffee yield in the young reproductive stage but have an insignificant effect in the old stage. Key factors influencing coffee yield include silt fraction, total nitrogen, cation exchange capacity, and shade trees, which together determine 52% of the yield in sandy clay loam soil and 23% in clay soil. The study suggests that integrating shade trees with specific soil properties can improve coffee production in tropical monsoon climates.

The mystery of the ancient Bagua village that produces numerous talents and is unaffected by floods and droughts

20 Dec 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Du Nguyên, an 800-year-old village in Chiết Giang province, China, known as the 'number one strange village,' has avoided natural disasters like floods and droughts since its redesign by the famous strategist Lưu Bá Ôn in 1349. The village's layout, based on Bagua and Tai Chi principles, has contributed to its safety and prosperity. Over the Ming and Qing dynasties, the village produced 293 scholars who held high positions in the imperial examinations. Today, Du Nguyên, with its unique Bagua layout and ancient architecture, attracts tourists and preserves 395 ancient buildings from the Ming and Qing periods, earning it the title of 'number one ancient village in China.'

The 'Buddha' of Journey to the West at 90 still in demand, makes a fortune from performing at fairs, spends twilight years in charity work, lives happily with his wife

15 Dec 2022  |  gamek.vn
Chu Long Quảng, known for his iconic role as the Buddha in the 1986 Chinese TV series 'Journey to the West', remains in demand for performances at fairs even at the age of 90. He is revered as a 'living Buddha' by fans for his benevolent appearance and actions, mirroring the Buddha's compassion. Despite his age, Quảng is active, engaging in commercial activities and charity work, and enjoys a happy family life with his wife Ngô Huệ Phương and three daughters. His portrayal of the Buddha was so convincing that it has become a cultural touchstone, with his image used in religious sculptures.

3 common habits that are 'deadly points' causing electric water heaters to leak electricity and explode

10 Dec 2022  |  genk.vn
Electric water heaters, while convenient and essential, can pose significant safety risks if not used correctly. Common habits such as keeping the heater on all day, not turning it off while bathing, and using contaminated water can lead to electrical leaks, explosions, and severe injuries. Regular maintenance, installing safety systems, and using clean water are crucial for ensuring the longevity and safety of these appliances.

The harsh life of the once-famous 'Three-haired boy': Severe scalp damage due to shaving, clinging to acting despite falling out of favor

07 Dec 2022  |  gamek.vn
Mạnh Trí Siêu, born in 1987 in China, rose to fame as a child star playing Tam Mao in the 1996 film 'Tam Mao Lưu Lang Ký' directed by Từ Ngân Hoa. Despite his initial success, the role led to severe scalp damage due to the need to shave his head and use glue to fix three tufts of hair, which hindered his hair growth. He underwent surgery in 2010 to restore his hair and continued acting. However, his career did not progress as expected, and he was limited by his youthful appearance. Despite this, Siêu pursued further education in acting and filmmaking in Japan and has recently been active on social media, sharing his journey from childhood to adulthood.

The world's most 'bizarre' house with 354 identical concrete cubes assembled together

06 Dec 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Habitat 67, an architectural marvel in Montreal, Canada, is renowned for its unique design composed of 354 identical concrete cubes. Conceived by architect Moshe Safdie, the complex was built for Expo 67 and aimed to revolutionize urban housing. Initially planned to include over 1,000 units, the project was scaled down to 158 homes. The structure has been fully restored to celebrate its 50th anniversary, addressing long-standing water damage issues. Now open for public tours, Habitat 67 continues to serve as a significant study site for design and architecture, maintaining its classic aesthetic and innovative features.

Hacker uses malware to mine cryptocurrency, earning up to 2 bitcoins per month

23 Nov 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Hackers are using malware to mine cryptocurrencies, particularly Monero (XMR), on victims' computers without their knowledge, earning up to $40,500 per month, equivalent to 2 bitcoins. Kaspersky has observed a 230% increase in such malware in Q3 2022 compared to the previous year, with over 150,000 instances detected. The malware does not require high technical expertise to deploy, and it provides a steady income for the operators. Kaspersky recommends using dedicated security solutions with application and web control features to minimize the risk of unauthorized cryptocurrency mining and to keep software updated to prevent attackers from exploiting vulnerabilities.

Ngoc Hoang Quoc Khanh, 60, lives in a 10m2 room, retires after 44 years of dedication

22 Nov 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Quoc Khanh, a renowned Vietnamese artist known for his role as Ngoc Hoang in the series 'Tao Quan,' retires at 60 after 44 years of dedication to the arts. Despite his powerful on-screen persona, he leads a modest life, living alone in a small 10m2 room. His colleagues, including Xuan Bac and Tu Long, praise his unique talent and dedication. Although retired, he plans to continue collaborating with the Vietnam Drama Theater. His choice to remain single has been a concern for friends and family, who wish him happiness in his later years.

224 IP addresses of state agencies and organizations in Vietnam found in botnet

16 Nov 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
In October 2022, Vietnam's National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) recorded 224 IP addresses belonging to state agencies and organizations within a botnet, including 20 from ministries and 204 from provincial entities. The Ministry of Science and Technology had the highest number of compromised IPs with 8, followed by the Voice of Vietnam with 7. The number of Vietnamese IP addresses in botnets has been decreasing throughout the year, from 879,342 in January to 517,627 in October. The NCSC also identified 1,768 security vulnerabilities in state systems, and the Information Security Department is guiding ministries and agencies in addressing these critical weaknesses.

Brooke Jenkins Protects Victims Rights and Deserves Our Vote

08 Nov 2022  |  Marina Times
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is praised for her leadership and commitment to public safety, particularly in protecting the rights of Asian Americans. The author, Anh Lê, recounts personal experiences of being a victim of assault and criticizes the previous D.A., Chesa Boudin, for failing to uphold victim's rights. Jenkins is commended for her efforts to review anti-Asian hate crime cases and is endorsed for election on November 8.

GapoWork officially launches service, connecting more than 24,000 BIDV employees

25 Oct 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
GapoWork, a digital communication platform, has officially launched its service to connect over 24,000 employees of BIDV. The platform aims to enhance internal communication, automate processes, and foster creativity within the organization. GapoWork offers six functional groups designed to support various work tasks and integrates with other business software. This collaboration underscores GapoWork's commitment to providing digital solutions and supporting the digital transformation journey of innovative Vietnamese enterprises. The platform has been adopted by over 600 businesses and organizations, including major companies across various sectors.

Wealthy as the 'Four Great Merchants' of the past: Each with enormous assets, one owning 20,000 street-front houses

17 Oct 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
In the late 19th century, Southern Vietnam saw the rise of four great merchants known as the 'Four Great Wealthy Households,' who were among the richest in Indochina. The wealthiest, Lê Phát Đạt, was the grandfather of Empress Nam Phương and was rumored to be richer than Emperor Bảo Đại. Đỗ Hữu Phương, the second wealthiest, inherited a vast fortune from his father, a major landowner. Lý Tường Quan, known for his food and produce business, and Hứa Bổn Hỏa, who started from humble beginnings and made a fortune in real estate, were also among the wealthiest. Their legacies include religious buildings and significant landholdings, with Hứa Bổn Hỏa owning over 20,000 prime location houses.

Top 3 industries in high demand for manpower

26 Sep 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Three industries in Vietnam are currently experiencing high demand for manpower: Information Technology (IT), Graphic Design, and Marketing & Public Relations (PR). The IT sector is particularly attractive due to high salaries and numerous job opportunities, driven by the 4.0 industrial revolution. Graphic Design is also in demand, with competitive salaries and opportunities for freelance work. Marketing & PR are becoming increasingly popular, with high admission scores for related university programs and a growing need for professionals in the field. The article highlights the potential for stable and lucrative careers in these industries.

The copyright dispute over Wolfoo and the tactics to eliminate competitors in the digital content industry

19 Sep 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Apple's event in Cupertino was a meticulously organized experience for Vietnamese journalists and content creators, emphasizing health and safety with COVID-19 protocols. The company provided business class flights, luxury accommodations, and exclusive activities like yoga sessions. The event showcased Apple's attention to detail, from personalized Wi-Fi to AR experiences at the Apple Visitor Center. Despite some crowding issues, the overall sentiment towards Apple was positive, highlighting their commitment to participant comfort and seamless integration of their ecosystem.

Decoding the Secret to Elon Musk's Success: Miracle or Vision and Hard Work?

31 Aug 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
The article discusses the successful market liberalization and international integration of Vietnam's telecommunications sector, led by the General Department of Post under the guidance of key figures like Mai Liêm Trực and Đặng Văn Thân. It highlights the strategic decisions to separate the General Department of Post from the Ministry of Transport, the introduction of the Internet, and the implementation of VoIP services by Viettel. The article also covers the challenges and achievements in negotiating trade agreements like the BTA and WTO, emphasizing the importance of state management and international cooperation in driving the sector's growth.

Intense copyright dispute over 'make in Vietnam' animated characters Wolfoo and Peppa Pig from the UK

27 Aug 2022  |  genk.vn
Sconnect Vietnam has filed a lawsuit against Entertainment One UK Limited and Astley Baker Davies Limited in Hanoi, accusing them of unauthorized use of the Wolfoo trademark in Peppa Pig videos. Sconnect claims EO's actions have caused significant economic damage and seeks a public apology and cessation of trademark violations. Previously, EO's lawsuit against Sconnect in Moscow was dismissed, with the court ruling in favor of Sconnect. The ongoing legal battle includes multiple lawsuits and counterclaims in various jurisdictions, highlighting the intense dispute over the intellectual property rights of the animated characters Wolfoo and Peppa Pig.

Prime Minister Intervenes in Health Insurance Case with Over 1,600 Billion VND in Medical Costs Pending

14 Aug 2022  |  thegioitiepthi.danviet.vn
Recent reports highlight that over 1,600 billion VND in medical costs under health insurance remain unpaid. Le Van Phuc from Vietnam Social Security notes that these costs exceed payment limits and estimates. Bach Mai Hospital and other hospitals face similar issues, with significant unpaid amounts from 2020. Duong Dinh Chinh from Nghe An's Health Department points out the inadequacy of current medical service fees. Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has tasked relevant authorities to address the issue.

200 teams participate in the ASEAN 2022 Student Information Security Kick-off Round

09 Aug 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Approximately 200 teams from universities and colleges in Vietnam and ASEAN countries will participate in the ASEAN 2022 Student Information Security Kick-off Round on September 24, 2022. The competition aims to raise awareness and responsibility for information security in higher education institutions, promote research and knowledge exchange, and identify talents in the field. The event is organized by the Vietnam Information Security Association in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Training and the Ministry of Information and Communications. The competition includes three rounds: Kick-off, Preliminary, and Final, with the final round scheduled for November 5, 2022.

Female entrepreneur transforms old trailer into a 'motorhome': Costs over $15,000, as convenient as home, travels across the US with pet

10 Apr 2022  |  vietgiaitri.com
Stefanie Fisher, a 54-year-old real estate businesswoman from Portland, Oregon, transformed an old trailer into a cozy 'motorhome' named Misty, costing over $15,000. She took advantage of the social distancing period to fulfill her long-held desire to travel with her dog across the wild West of the United States. Fisher, who found the trailer on Craigslist, a website she founded, utilized her interior decorating experience to equip Misty with practical design features and unique personal touches. She has already explored various regions, including Sequoia National Park in California and deserts in Arizona, and shares her journey through videos on her YouTube channel.


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