Chinese vessel’s violence against Vietnamese fishermen exposed
Nguyen Van Loc, a 43-year-old Vietnamese fisherman, recalled in a report for the South China Morning Post days ago how he was attacked by Chinese coast guard vessels in the South China Sea in the summer of 2020. He and his crew were sailing around the Paracel Islands, a place rich ...
Taiwanese multinationals leave China for Mexico and other Asian countries
Historically, successful Taiwanese firms had a natural springboard in mainland China when they grew enough to look at expanding. But with tensions at a boiling with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and coupled with the disproportionate number closures imposed by the CCP's zero COVID policy, Taiwanese multinationals prefer to ...
Is the ship sinking? Big Tech begins to look for alternatives to ‘Made in China’
The announcement that Apple will start the production of its iPhone 14 in India at the end of October accelerated rumors that the company was looking to move its production out of China. Although it is not yet possible to cut off its dependence on the Asian giant, this first step ...
Precious moment real-life Mowgli man was introduced to civilization
Mowgli man Ho Van Lang, 41, was welcomed to modern society in 2013 after spending four decades growing up in the jungle. His first moments were priceless. Alvaro Cerezo, managing director of Docastaway, which provides tours to remote, uninhabited areas of the world, visited the man in Vietnam and was ...
Chinese regime took advantage of delay by Harris, and announced a donation of 2 million vaccines to Vietnam
The Chinese Communist regime took advantage of a delay in Vice President Kamala Harris' flight to Vietnam to arrange a meeting with officials. Chinese representatives doubled the U.S. offer of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus vaccines before Harris could make her "big announcement." Harris was en route to Vietnam on Wednesday, ...
‘Havana Syndrome’ caused delay to Harris’ entourage
Vice President Kamala Harris delayed her trip from Singapore to Vietnam after her entourage was confirmed to have a series of symptoms associated with so-called "Havana syndrome," a rare pathology that has attacked more than 130 U.S. officials since 2016, which it is believed could be the result of an ...
Vietnam warns about the presence of CCP bombers on disputed islands in the South China Sea
Amid tensions in the South China Sea, the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry warned that Chinese bombers in the waters off the disputed Paracel Islands threaten peace in the region. "Parties bringing weapons as well as fighter jets to Vietnam's Hoang Sa Islands (Paracel) not only violate Vietnam's sovereignty but also complicates the ...
Esper accuses China of intimidating smaller Asian nations
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Wednesday accused China of using coercion and intimidation against smaller Asian nations to impose its will in the South China Sea. He urged Vietnam and others in the region to push back. “We will not accept attempts to assert unlawful maritime claims at the expense ...
Chinese vessels enter Vietnamese waters: US urges China to cease bullying behavior
President Donald Trump's administration has expressed concern over reports that China is interfering with oil and gas activities in the South China Sea, including Vietnam’s long-standing exploration and production activities, calling Beijing to stop its bullying actions in the region. In a statement on Saturday, July 20, the U.S. State Department ...
Vietnam to import U.S. energy following President Trump’s trade warnings
Vietnam will import liquefied natural gas (LNG) among other goods from the United States, local state media reported. The move is a response to recent warnings by President Donald Trump that the country is a terrible trade abuser. According to Vietnam Television (VTV), Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met President ...
2 first-timers among 5 nations elected to Security Council
Estonia and the Caribbean island nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines were elected to the U.N. Security Council on Friday, marking the first time the countries will hold seats on the U.N.'s most powerful body.Niger, Tunisia and Vietnam also won two-year terms, and the five countries will take their ...
Rise of Vietnam’s second-tier cities
Locals and foreigners are now looking beyond Vietnam’s biggest cities and finding potential in second-tier locales
Report: Vietnam’s ethnic minorities need connectivity to catch up
Vietnam has 54 ethnic groups that are recognized officially by the government
Vietnam, EU snub US on trade
Deal is significant not only because it facilitates exports, but also as it lays out commitments on human rights, labor unions, and environmental protection
Vietnam’s tech futurists lay out economic alternatives
New report spells out four tracks Vietnam could take moving into an economy based on developing technology
Vietnam develops own smartphones after decades of contract work
A Vietnamese conglomerate is developing low-priced handsets for sale in-country despite historic consumer preference for foreign brands
Vietnam suspect in Kim Jong Nam’s killing freed from prison
The Vietnamese woman who was tried for the killing of the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader was released Friday from a Malaysian prison and due to fly back to Hanoi later in the day, her lawyer and an embassy translator said.Doan Thi Huong's release likely closes the case, ...
Apparel sector a reminder that Vietnam and China must get along
China is the world’s biggest exporter in the industry, and Vietnam is the second biggest
Is health care still a basic right as communist Vietnam privatizes?
To meet increasing health care needs, Vietnam may need to turn to private funding
US cleaning up agent orange storage site in Vietnam
The $183 million cleanup of Bien Hoa airport is the second site to be cleaned up
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