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Workers fear possible lay offs as epidemic continues

Workers fear possible lay offs as epidemic continues

Vietnamese businesses have voiced their concerns over the struggle to cope with the coronavirus due to a lack of raw materials

Hanoi’s biggest market quiet amid coronavirus fears

Hanoi’s biggest market at Dong Xuan is deserted amid fears of coronavirus.

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Hanoi bus stations deserted due to Coronavirus

Bus stations in Hanoi are quiet amid rising fears of a Novel Coronavirus epidemic.

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Traditional ceremony marks coming of age

Tẩu Sai is an important event celebrating the coming of age of men and women among the Dao Tiền ethnic minority group in the northern province of Cao Bằng.

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Cafe owner wanders Hoi An to hand out free masks

A 47-year-old cafe owner in Hoi An has spent days walking through the streets in the town to hand out free masks to everyone he has met.

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Border guards tighten checks to prevent coronavirus spread

The lives of border guards are difficult in some northern mountainous provinces during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Sai Gon river bus fails to attract regular commuters

The Sai Gon river bus, launched with fanfare two years ago in Ho Chi Minh City, has not proved to be popular with commuters.

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Jeju island: Rocks, Wind and Haenyo

Jeju-do, Korea’s largest island, has long been the country’s favorite domestic holiday destination thanks to its beautiful beaches, lush countryside, and seaside hotels designed for rest and relaxation.

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