While the weather lately hasn’t been quite like that of Siberia, it has been chilly enough to break local weather records going back nearly forty years here in Vietnam
It’s a difficult job with burn-out, frustration, over-worked employees facing personal as well as professional challenges
I stumbled and bumbled through the transition, suddenly acutely aware of 'reverse culture shock'
She cited Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, and South Korea as places where one knows they 'are going into a very similar epidemiological pattern' when traveling to the destinations
It’s that fabulous, romantic, giddy little thing called Vietnamese Woman’s Day again!
Autumn? Feels like high summer in Hoi An!
Just about the last adjective you’d use to describe the Vietnamese is 'picky'
Unlike COVID-19, this is an issue that can be addressed
Where’s the toughness of our parents and grandparents who endured wars and economic depressions?
One of the two biggies during the year is Reunification Day on April 30, which marks the end of the American war in Vietnam and the political reality of one nation finally joined together
The question here is firstly, why can’t everyone in this situation within the country quarantine at home or alternatively spend the time together in a designated quarantine hotel or facility?
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