Hakuna Matata – Không lo lắng

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Hakuna Matata

Hakuna Matata (phát âm [hɑˈkunɑ mɑˈtɑtɑ]) là một câu tiếng Swahili ở Trung Đông Châu Phi, có nghĩa là “không lo lắng” (no worries). Hakuna là “không có ở đây”; Matata là “vấn đề/khó khăn”. Câu này trở thành rất phổ thông nhờ được viết thành bài hát trong cuốn phim Walt Disney nổi tiếng, The Lion King. Đọc tiếp Hakuna Matata – Không lo lắng

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Chúng ta thường tự hào mình là người muôn mặt – khi thì hiền dịu như nữ tu, khi thì chằng chụa như côn đồ; khi thì chậm như rùa, khi thì nhanh như hỏa tiển; khi thì thành thật như kiến bò, khi thì giảo hoạt như lươn trượt… Đó là dấu hiệu của người nhiều năng khiếu làm việc, và mọi chúng ta đều tự hào về chính mình nếu mình có được nhiều mặt như thế. Đọc tiếp Con người muôn mặt

Vietnam’s Communists tout pandemic, economic successes at party congress


Vietnam's Communists tout pandemic, economic successes at party congress -  CNA
General view of the opening ceremony of the 13th National Congress of the ruling Communist Party of Vietnam at the National Convention Centre in Hanoi, Vietnam, Jan 26, 2021. (Photo: VNA/Handout via REUTERS)

26 Jan 2021 01:46PM


HANOI: Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong hailed booming economic development and containment of the COVID-19 pandemic as major achievements on Tuesday (Jan 26) as he presided over the opening of a key party congress in Hanoi.

Over nine days of meetings, mostly behind closed doors, delegates will pick a new leadership team, aiming to bolster Vietnam’s ongoing economic success – and the legitimacy of the party’s rule. Party congresses take place once every five years.

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China to conduct military drills in South China Sea amid tensions with U.S.

By Reuters Staff, Reuters

FILE PHOTO: An aerial view of China occupied Subi Reef at Spratly Islands in disputed South China Sea April 21, 2017. REUTERS/Francis Malasig/Pool

BEIJING (Reuters) – China said on Tuesday it will conduct military exercises in the South China Sea this week, just days after Beijing bristled at a U.S. aircraft carrier group’s entry into the disputed waters.

A notice issued by the country’s Maritime Safety Administration prohibited entry into a portion of waters in the Gulf of Tonkin to the west of the Leizhou peninsula in southwestern China from Jan. 27 to Jan. 30, but it did not offer details on when the drills would take place or at what scale.


A U.S. carrier group led by the USS Theodore Roosevelt entered the South China Sea on Saturday to promote “freedom of the seas,” the U.S. military said, days after Joe Biden began his term as president.

The contested waters have become another flashpoint in the increasingly testy bilateral relationship between Beijing and Washington. The U.S. military has steadily increased its activities there in recent years as China asserts its territorial claims in the area in conflict with neighbouring countries including Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, Brunei and Taiwan.


The announcement of the drills in the Gulf of Tonkin, just east of Vietnam, came as the Southeast Asian country opened a key Communist Party congress in Hanoi.

China on Monday complained that the United States frequently sends aircraft and vessels into the South China Sea, through which trillion dollars in trade flow every year, to “flex its muscles” and said such actions are not conducive to peace and stability in the region.

Reporting by Beijing Newsroom; Additional reporting by James Pearson in Hanoi; Writing by Se Young Lee; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan

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Steel used in HCMC metro beam support falls short of contracted quality: source

By Gia Minh   January 23, 2021 | 02:00 pm GMT+7 VNExpress

The steel used in beam support pads in HCMC’s first metro line does not meet contracted standards and poses a safety threat, an urban railway source told VnExpress.

An engineer checks the beam supporting pad at an area on the elevated section of HCMCs first metro line, January 2021. Photo by VnExpress/Pham Quynh
An engineer checks the beam supporting pad at an area on the elevated section of HCMC’s first metro line, January 2021. Photo by VnExpress/Pham Quynh.

Speaking on condition of anonymity, the source said the agreement between the city Management Authority for Urban Railways (MAUR) and the contractors, Civil Engineering Construction Corporation No. 6 (Cienco 6) and Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation, requires them to use a certain quality of elastomeric laminated bearings pads, which are reinforced steel plates sandwiched between layers of rubber.

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