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As technology is developing at a lightning speed, more and more young people want to give up their dedicated desks in offices and work from anywhere in the world.
"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.
A young man from a poor rural commune of Thanh Hoa Province has been successful in growing chilli peppers for export.
The number of unemployed youths in Vietnam may double this year, while the employment prospects of 663 million young people in Asia and the Pacific face challenges as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of young people from the central city of Da Nang led by Ho Ngoc Thanh have set up a volunteer programme to help poor sick people get to hospital.
It's a bright sunny day in Ho Village in the northern province of Bac Ninh, and locals awake to the sound of machines printing votive money for the dead as they set about their daily routines.
Experts have voiced concern about young people's contempt for traditional values.
In Vietnam, Gen-Zers make up one-seventh of the country’s population. Born between 1995 and 2015, they exist in a world where the line of the physical and digital world is blurry at best. They start to emerge and become leaders in the future.
A bespoke bamboo forest situated in Dien Duong ward of Dien Ban town in the central province of Quang Nam has rapidly developed into a hot new check-in point enjoyed by local youngsters.
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.
A number of ox-eye daisy gardens on the banks of the Red river in Hanoi’s Tay Ho district have now entered full bloom, attracting hordes of young people looking to snap beautiful images of the scenery.
Many young people choose to come back to their roots to contribute to the revival of traditional craft villages.
More and more young people are suffering from the effects of burnout, an expert has warned.
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Nearly 300 young people took part in a campaign to clean rubbish along more than 2.5km of seashore in Ha Long City on Sunday.