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Overworked workers get no family time

 VietNamNet Bridge – A Jobstreet survey in Viet Nam has found that 71 per cent of workers do not have enough time for their family because of working overtime.

The family that saved 3,000 lives

 In August, the Magazine reported on a couple who spent millions of euros to save migrants in danger of drowning at sea. Their 60-day mission has now ended - so what did they achieve, asks Alison Gee?

Shopping services booming in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Shopping services, which were first provided some 10 years ago in HCM City, have become more professional and popular as urban dwellers tend to have less time for housework.

Vietnam to have "Happy Day" in 2014

The International Day of Happiness was organized by the United Nations for the first time on March 20, 2013. Responding to this meaningful program, Vietnam will have its first "Day of Happiness" on March 20, 2014

Four generations live at garbage dump

Six years old, but Hau has never been to school. His life is associated with garbage. He has never known about entertainment centers for kids, books, and even no cartoons because his family does not any TV set.

More couples face infertility

Out of each 100 couples, 8 are sterile. This is one of the reasons that makes Vietnam face a downward trend in childbirth in the near future, experts have warned.

Juvenile crime may be tried in a separate court

VietNamNet Bridge - To deal with cases relating to minors that are increasingly, the Supreme People's Court is drafting a project on the establishment of the Family and Minor Court.

Families with two daughters may get social welfare

VietNamNet Bridge - In order to reduce the sex ratio imbalance at birth, the General Department of Population will propose the Government to provide social welfare for the families that have two baby girls.