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Songs and music pieces by late musician and author Bac Son, one of the region’s leading artists in music, theatre and movies in the 1980s and 90s, can be seen on a YouTube channel.

Facebook, Google, YouTube likely obliged to pay taxes in Vietnam

Foreign tech giants like Facebook, Google, and YouTube will have to pay taxes in Vietnam under a draft circular, after years of invoicing their revenues out of the country.

Digital platforms used to promote Vietnam’s tourism

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has made use of digital platforms to catch attention of travellers and promote tourism in the country.

Tax revenue from Google, Youtube, Facebook reaches $49.5 million in 2020

Tax revenues from online advertising business models of foreign organisations that do not have legal entities in Vietnam like Google, YouTube or Facebook hit VND1.14 trillion ($49.5 million) last year.

Cai luong star to release videos on YouTube

Binh Tinh, a talented theatre actress of HCM City, will release two videos featuring cai luong (reformed opera) on YouTube this week. 

Habit and routine get the job done

Kira Nguyen, otherwise known as The Hanoi Chamomile, only started blogging two years ago and has been making YouTube videos for just over a year but has amassed a large fanbase who enjoy his inspirational content.

National tourism campaign launched on YouTube

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) launched a tourism campaign on January 7 known as “Di De Yeu”, “Discover Vietnam” in English, via YouTube in an effort to stimulate the domestic tourism industry ahead of the Lunar New Year (Tet).

Tax administration of personal transactions with YouTube, Facebook, Google, Amazon to be tightened

The tax authority will coordinate with commercial banks to manage taxes with cash flow in and out of digital platforms such as YouTube, Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Netflix arising from transactions in Vietnam, including from individuals.

Trending tells you nothing about what’s good

Despite bearing teasers about sexual issues, offensive music, or ludicrous content, or perhaps because of these, there are many low-quality videos that somehow find their way on to YouTube’s Top Trending chart, 

 

Pop star Truong’s online concert highlights famous songs in late 90s

Pop star Lam Truong of HCM City, known as Pop Prince in the 1990s, will sing during a livestream concert on YouTube to celebrate his 25-year career.

Young people have 'hair-brained' idea

Police of Song Ma District in the northern mountainous province of Son La have fined two young people who performed a hair washing show on a motorbike.

Vloggers continue to earn money with ‘trash videos’ on YouTube

Hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese ‘digital workers’ are working hard for YouTube's ‘content factory’, creating millions of videos each day.

Cam Ly returns with new show on YouTube

Pop and folk singer Cam Ly of HCM City is back with a new music project which will begin airing on her YouTube channel on July 19.

New Vietnamese web dramas come to YouTube

New web series produced by Vietnamese on YouTube are introducing international and domestic audiences to locally produced comedies and dramas.

Stage stalwart creates show for children on YouTube

Theatre actor Bach Long has a new drama show for children on YouTube called Thằng Bờm Kể Chuyện Xưa (Bờm Tells Folk Tales).

Bkav unveils plans to produce low-cost 4G smart phones

Bkav has announced plans to produce the Bkav-C85 smart phone series to support 4G connectivity at a price of less than VND1 million (US$43) as the firm strives to reach the goal of universal 4G phones in the near future.

Russia’s State Museum of Oriental Art organises Vietnam Week

The State Museum of Oriental Art of Russia organised a Vietnam Week from May 25-31 on its Instagram page to introduce the most typical among objects displayed at its Vietnam Space.

VN social networking sites shaken by draft amendment

More than 500 local social networking sites will need to secure a permit to continue earning revenue if the draft decree amending Decree 72 is approved.

ONE LOVE ASIA - Live concert featuring Asian artists on Youtube

WebTVAsia and YouTube announced “ONE LOVE ASIA”, a star-studded concert in support of UNICEF, featuring a stellar lineup of celebrities, artists, public figures and YouTube creators across Asia, 

Facebook and YouTube facing extra regulations for Vietnam

Major social network sites such as Facebook and YouTube face even stricter controls in Vietnam if a draft decree amendment on internet management gets approval,