Lớn rồi còn khóc nhè

Chào các bạn,

“Lớn rồi còn khóc nhè” được Nguyễn Hải Phong sáng tác, Trúc Nhân thể hiện, ra mắt vào tháng 4 năm 2019. Trúc Nhân, tên đầy đủ là Nguyễn Trúc Nhân (sinh 30-11-1991 tại Bình Định).

Bài hát có lời và nhạc hay. Mình ấn tượng với đoạn:

Thấm thoát lại thấy tôi chẳng thiếu điều chi
Lắm lúc lại thấy tôi chẳng có gì
Phải chăng lớn khôn hơn hay càng ngu ngốc hơn?
Tôi muốn nghe thêm lời của mẹ

Enjoy and have a nice day. Đọc tiếp Lớn rồi còn khóc nhè

Cuộc chiến thiện ác

Chào các bạn,

Cuộc chiến thiện ác là gì? Ở đâu?

Thiên hạ tự cổ chí kim thường trả lời: “Phe ta là thiện, chúng nó là ác,” (bất kì chúng nó là ai mà chúng ta đang chiến đấu chống lại). Hay, “Đạo mình/Thần thánh mình là thiện; đạo chúng nó/Thần thánh chúng nó là ác.” Hay, “Tôi thiện, chúng nó ác.”

Khách quan hơn một chút thì: “Công bình, chính trực là thiện; bất công, dối trá là ác”, và “phe ta thì công bình chính trực, phe chúng nó thì bất công và dối trá.”

Các bạn có thể còn nhiều ví dụ như thế. Nói chung là mọi câu trả lời, dù ban đầu là thế nào, thì rốt cuộc vẫn là “Thiện ở trong tôi/trong chúng ta và ác ở ngoài tôi/ngoài chúng ta.” Đọc tiếp Cuộc chiến thiện ác

The Unlikely, Indispensable U.S.-Vietnam Partnership

Vissai Group » US State Department issues fact sheet on US-Vietnam  comprehensive partnership

July 6, 2021 CSIS

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The U.S.-Vietnam relationship has been on an upward trajectory defined by common interests since diplomatic relations between the two countries normalized a quarter-century ago. Vietnam was one of two Southeast Asian countries specifically referenced in the Biden administration’s Interim National Security Strategic Guidance, demonstrating the extent to which it has become an increasingly critical part of U.S. defense planning for the region. Bilateral trade has grown over 200-fold since normalization. People-to-people ties have also grown as Vietnam’s tourism industry has developed. Since normalization, Vietnam has welcomed U.S. tourists, former Vietnam War veterans, and even former refugees and their families. U.S. schools and companies in turn have attracted Vietnamese students and recent graduates, who are among the best educated in the world despite the country’s lower level of economic development.

Đọc tiếp The Unlikely, Indispensable U.S.-Vietnam Partnership

CPI rises slowly as people run out of money

Chia sẻ | FaceBookTwitter Email Copy LinkInterested006/07/2021    10:00 GMT+7

The reported CPI only reflects 60-70 percent of the real situation, according to the former Chair of the Hanoi Supermarket Association Vu Vinh Phu.

CPI rises slowly as people run out of money

The General Statistics Office (GSO) has reported that the CPI increased by 1.47 percent in the first half of the year compared with the same period last year, the lowest increase since 2016.

The figure has surprised many people, because local media have reported sharp price increases of many products recently.

According to GSO, there were some factors that inhibited the CPI growth in H1. The prices of food products decreased by 39 percent compared with H1 2020, which caused the general CPI to decrease by 0.08 percentage point.

The government launched support packages to help people and businesses hit by Covid-19, including an electricity bill support package, which caused the average household-consumed electricity price to decrease by 3.06 percent, and made the general CPI decrease by 0.1 percentage point.

Đọc tiếp CPI rises slowly as people run out of money

Most businesses seek human resources upgrade: survey

By Phuong Dong   July 5, 2021 | 09:00 pm GMT+7 vnexpressMost businesses seek human resources upgrade: surveyA woman does office work using a laptop and calculator. Illustration photo by Shutterstock.

Seventy percent of businesses would focus on re-educating and training their workforce in new skills needed on the job, said a human resources survey.

According to the survey conducted in 605 businesses by recruitment company Talentnet and its global counterpart Mercer last year, 20 percent of respondents were looking to recruit more workers this year.

These were firms in fields like finance, banking, insurance and construction, Tieu Yen Trinh, general director of Talentnet, said at a recent human resource management conference.

Đọc tiếp Most businesses seek human resources upgrade: survey