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Children risk life and limb to collect bits of wood

Heavy rain in the past weeks has resulted in a high level of water and strong currents in streams and rivers in the northern province of Điện Biên. Despite the danger, local children have taken risks to gather floating wood in fierce curren [ … ]

 

Criminal proceedings start against man for involvement in Carina Plaza fire

HCM City police on Tuesday began criminal proceedings against and detained Nguyễn Quốc Tuấn, head of the management board of Carina Plaza, for his alleged violations in fire safety regulatio [ … ]

   

US psychotherapist uses creativity to heal

American psychotherapist Douglas Holwerda, whose primary work is talk therapy for those who are dealing with life problems or mental health issues, never planned to move to Việt Nam—but now [ … ]

   

In Vietnam, judge assaulted with acid makes comeback

A Hanoi-based judge who suffered an acid attack thirteen years ago has surpassed colossal hurdles to return to her passion.

   

A photo of your kid could cost you $2,200

Minh Hằng is proud of her 14-year-old daughter and, like many parents, often posts pictures and videos of her on social media.

   

Sons-in-law fall foul of the law

Nguyễn Thị Tình and her husband from Hà Nội’s outlying district of Chương Mỹ have worked hard for years in the agricultural industry, saving their money in hopes of rebuilding their hou [ … ]

   

Parents struggle to find babysitters as temperatures drop

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Many parents in Hanoi are desperate to find a babysitter for their children as nursery and primary schools are closed as temperatures dropped to below 10 degrees on January 30.

   

Making life and death meaningful in minutes

All of 11 years old, Mai An is filling in a form, studiously.

   

Keeping filial affection eternal in Vietnamese culture

Maintaining the Vietnamese tradition of revering one’s parents may fall on the shoulders of the parents themselves.  Despite statistical evidence of physical and verbal abuse direc [ … ]

   

Disabled children learn life skills at Hà Nội cafe

Doctor Đỗ Thúy Lan has dedicated her life to helping children with disabilities.

   

Mothers help their children fight cancer

Nguyễn Thị Vui held a doll as she walked in a hurry towards a room for child patients at the Hà Nội-based National Cancer Hospital.

   

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