‘The requirement not only makes no contribution to increasing product quality but also hinders businesses’
Local lawmakers are mulling a draft amendment suggesting restrictions on the length of Vietnamese full names, which seems to be a personal matter and has nothing to do with social order
The Civil Code should include “the right to die” to be applied to hopeless patients who wish to die gently to end their sufferings, a lawmaker has suggested
A book on Vietnam’s Civil Code and its guiding documents, whose cover is supposed to feature serious depictions, nevertheless has a semi-nude smiling comedian standing on a ball of fire on the front, drawing much criticism.
The head of the Hanoi culture department expressed in an interview with Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper his optimism about the overall immense benefits the draft behavior code will bring if approved
Several Vietnamese academics, culture researchers and artists have pointed to several shortcomings in a draft behavioral etiquette code intended for public facilities and communities in a bid to improve the attitudes adopted by those living and working in the capital, including tourists and expats, though they acknowledged the code’s notable benefits.
Hanoi’s cultural authorities are seeking approval for a draft behavioral etiquette code intended for public facilities and communities in a bid to improve the attitudes adopted by those living and working in the capital, including tourists and expats
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