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Starting with just a female buffalo, a man in the Mekong Delta has built a fortune with hundreds of buffalos, earning VND1 billion a year.
"The first day I went up the hill to pick up the soil, when I finished, I looked back and found that my field was the most slanted. At that time, I just wanted to find a hole in the ground to hide from embarrassment," Cao Khue said.
Leaving the urban life and a highly paid job behind, May chose to settle in a mountainous area, and enjoy gardening and farming.
Some 72 percent of 1,200 Vietnamese youngsters and adolescents said they believe that in the next 15 years things will get better than they were before 2019,
Vietnam will see an increase in its ageing population in the coming years, with people aged 60 and above estimated accounting for 29.8 million or 27.2 per cent of the population by 2050, according to HelpAge International.
A year ago, farmers in Hanh Phuoc Commune, Nghia Hanh District in central Quang Ngai Province started growing asparagus in hopes of improving their income by selling the expensive vegetable.
Two Vietnamese are among the 2020 Forbes’ 30 Under 30 of Europe in the Social Entrepreneur Category.
Vu Duc Huynh, a 21-year old Vietnamese man, has been awarded a certificate of merit from the Fukuoka Fire and Rescue Department in Japan for his brave action of rescuing a drowning woman.
The International Youth Day celebration with the theme “Vietnam we want in 2030: Youth act for clean environment” was held on Wednesday in Hanoi by the United Nations (UN) in Vietnam and the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union.
The use of second-hand mobile phones is a growing trend, including among youths, because of their reasonable prices and the lack of need for many technologies in high-priced new phones.
The 46th Ship for the Southeast Asian Youth Programme (SSEAYP) docked at Hiep Phuoc port in Vietnam’s southern economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City on November 10.
Despite continuous failures from previous startups and on the edge of giving up, two alumni of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology still strongly hold on to their passion.