Ngày đăng: Tháng Một 2, 2020
Vietnam’s graft crackdown in 2019: No exceptions
The Hanoitimes – President Nguyen Phu Trong said that settling big corruption cases indicated the Part and State’s efforts in anti-corruption which is good for economic development.
Vietnam has continued to ramp up the fight against corruption and more progress has been made in 2019 with more high-ranking officials facing severe penalties.
|CPV chief, State President Nguyen Phu Trong steers the fight against corruption|
Since the beginning of the year, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam and State President Nguyen Phu Trong affirmed no exceptions or “forbidden zone” in corruption crackdown no matter the position which the wrongdoer holds. Trong has made this stance clear several times and the latest was at a meeting by the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption in January. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam’s graft crackdown in 2019: No exceptions”
Quang Tri province starts construction of 3 more wind power plants
Quang Tri (VNA) – A ground-breaking ceremony was held in the central province of Quang Tri on December 31 for three wind power plants with a combined capacity of 144 MW. Tiếp tục đọc “Quang Tri province starts construction of 3 more wind power plants”
37 foreigners suffer alleged food poisoning in tourism hotspot
Authorities in central Nha Trang Town are investigating the hospitalization of 37 foreigners showing symptoms of food poisoning.
The group of tourists ate a buffet breakfast at Diamond Bay Condotel Resort in Nha Trang of Khanh Hoa Province on Tuesday that contained 30 dishes and served around 600 customers, including Vietnamese, Russians and Chinese.
Several hours later, many began suffering stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea and were sent to the emergency room at a local hospital, said Le Tan Hung, deputy director of the provincial health department.
Tiếp tục đọc “37 foreigners suffer alleged food poisoning in tourism hotspot”
Sun Group slides to the top with new Phu Quoc water park
Designed by leading global experts, Aquatopia in Phu Quoc may well be the most modern water world in Southeast Asia.
Vietnam’s premier developer of theme parks and entertainment complexes, Sun Group has officially opened the doors of Aquatopia Water Park on Hon Thom Island in the island district of Phu Quoc, southern Kien Giang Province.
The modern water park will immediately draw more travelers looking to ring in 2020 or celebrate Tet (Lunar New Year holiday) on the pearl island, now one of the world’s leading beach destinations.
Tiếp tục đọc “Sun Group slides to the top with new Phu Quoc water park”
Indonesia rejects China’s claims over South China Sea
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia said on Wednesday it rejected China’s claims over a disputed part of the South China Sea as “having no legal basis”, after two days earlier protesting to Beijing over the presence of a Chinese coastguard vessel in its territorial waters.
The boat trespassed into Indonesia’s exclusive economic zone off the coast of the northern islands of Natuna, leading Indonesians officials to issue a “strong protest” and summon the Chinese ambassador in Jakarta.
Speaking in Beijing on Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang had said China had sovereignty over the Spratly Islands and their waters and that both China and Indonesia have “normal” fishing activities there. Tiếp tục đọc “Indonesia rejects China’s claims over South China Sea”
ASEAN Outlook to solve South China Sea dispute?
ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific
The Asia–Pacific and Indian Ocean regions are amongst the most dynamic in the world as well as centers of economic growth for decades. As a result, these regions continue to experience geopolitical and geostrategic shifts. These shifts present opportunities as well as challenges. On the one hand, the economic growth of the region opens up possibilities of cooperation to alleviate poverty and elevate living standards of millions of people. On the other hand, the rise of material powers, i.e. economic and military, requires avoiding the deepening of mistrust, miscalculation, and patterns of behavior based on a zero–sum game.
Download the full statement here.
‘We are losing control’: China’s ‘dangerous’ South China Sea plan almost complete
It’s a mission that has existed in the shadows, seizing control little-by-little – and now China’s ultimate plan is almost complete.
The battle for the South China Sea is heating up. Vietnam. Malaysia. The Philippines. All have drawn lines in the sandbars against China. But it may already be too late.
Tiếp tục đọc “‘We are losing control’: China’s ‘dangerous’ South China Sea plan almost complete”
Nghề hạ bạc, vài ba chữ dùng trong giới bình dân
TĐH: Các footnotes số và chữ đỏ là của TĐH thêm vào bài.
Lương Thư Trung, Luân Hoán net
Trong lời tựa cuốn “Văn Minh Miệt Vườn”, Sơn Nam có viết “văn minh là nếp sống vật chất, là ăn, mặc, ở, cách thức sinh nhai.”(1) Là một người lớn lên ở miệt vườn ấy với địa thế đất ruộng bao la của một cõi Nam phần được tưới tràn một mạng nhện sông rạch chằng chịt, chúng tôi biết được “cách sinh nhai”, một mảng văn minh ở miền này, ngoài nghề chánh là làm ruộng, còn có nghề bắt cá mà ông bà xưa thường gọi là nghề hạ bạc.(i)
Tiếp tục đọc “Nghề hạ bạc, vài ba chữ dùng trong giới bình dân”