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Vu Binh may return to Vietnam before getting his master's degree certificate from Australia’s Queensland University of Technology (QTU) as commencement has been indefinitely delayed.

Informal labourers struggle to make ends meet in the time of coronavirus

Four people in Dinh Anh Hoa’s family have been jammed in a 16sq.m-bedsit for two weeks.

Quang Ngai struggles to eliminate old-style brick kilns

The smoke and dust caused by traditional brick kilns has long been considered a threat to the environment and residents' health, but many obstacles stand in the way of their elimination.

HCM City struggles in war on drugs

 Several recent large drug seizures in HCM City have raised concerns over the extent of drug crimes in the city, and the local administration is fighting back. 

Textiles workers struggle to get by on just $50 a week

Eight hours a day, five days a week, 35-year-old Nguyen Thi Hoa (*) painstakingly looks for tiny defects in thousands of apparel products at a dusty garment factory in Lai Vu Industrial Zone, the northern province of Hai Duong.

Localities struggle to ensure food safety

 VietNamNet Bridge – In recent years, Ha Noi City has relegated aspects of food safety oversight to local-level governments. The implementation, however, has not always gone according to plan.

In first face-off with Clinton, Trump struggles to be 'change' candidate

 Running as an anti-establishment candidate, Donald Trump took the presidential debate stage on Monday night to hammer home his call for sweeping political change and try to win over millions of undecided voters.

Industrial zone workers struggle with daily life

 VietNamNet Bridge – Although working hard everyday, workers in industrial zones still struggle with the necessities of life daily.

SMEs struggle to use digital technology

VietNamNet Bridge – Digital technology plays an important role and has a significant impact on Vietnamese enterprises’ activities.  

Non-Hanoian kidney patients struggle with tough life

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many kidney patients from Ha Nam, Nam Dinh, Ninh Binh and Hai Duong provinces have had to stay in Hanoi for a long time for medical treatment at hospitals in the capital.

Graduates struggle to find employment

 VietNamNet Bridge – Hundreds of thousands of graduates fail to find jobs and yet businesses say they face a shortage of skilled employees.

Sex workers struggle to give up prostitution

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vu Mai Hoa does not know what the rest of her life is going to be like. But there is one thing she knows for sure: She no longer wants to resort to prostitution to make a living.

Modern abattoirs struggle to survive

VietNamNet Bridge – The 2,000 traditional slaughterhouses in Ha Noi must be closed to develop modern, clean abattoirs,

Hoa Binh struggles with blood disorder

VietNamNet Bridge – A genetic blood disorder, Thalassaemia, has seriously affected the quality of life for more than a fifth of ethnic people in the northern province of Hoa Binh.

HCM City schools struggle to employ foreign teachers

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many schools in HCM City are facing difficulties in employing foreign English teachers due to the obstacles of high payment, and a lack of teachers and textbooks.

Big guys compete for advantageous retail premises (Part 2)

VietNamNet Bridge – It’s not easy for anyone to squeeze into commercial hubs, even though he has a lot of money.