Danh mục lưu trữ: Trang tiếng Anh

What do I see on the bus?

I’m a bus traveller, in or outside of Vietnam wherever I’ve lived. I’ve commuted by bus since I was a highschool girl. Many people keep asking me how can I survive without a motorbike in a country of tens of millions motorbike like Vietnam, where big cities of Saigon and Hanoi are constantly packed with traffic jam.

I simply don’t enjoy driving. Yes, that’s the fact. Driving makes me tired. Though, from time to time I do have to combine both buses and Grabbike when I do not have enough time to get where I need to be. Commuting by bus gives me rest, even if I got stuck in heavy traffic, it is still way better than sitting on a motorbike “eating” terrible smoke discharged from the vehicles. You surely know that once you’ve experienced crazy traffic in Vietnam. If you want to know how crazy is that craziness, simply do Google > Image for “traffic in Vietnam”. Đọc tiếp What do I see on the bus?

Material autonomy key for Vietnam to fully tap EVFTA

Textile stocks have been on a temporary upswing thanks to the recent ratification of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) but textile enterprises still face difficulties due to heavy dependence on imported raw materials and machinery as well as reduced demand worldwide.

VNA 

Material autonomy key for Vietnam to fully tap EVFTA hinh anh 1A garment factory at the Yen Lap Industrial Zone in the northern province of Phu Tho. (Photo: baophutho.com.vn)

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Learning without spending money

Dear brothers and sisters,

How to learn without spending money?

Learn from dotchuoinon.com. This is the only Vietnamese-language website devoted exclusively to positive thinking. And you know, if you have positive thinking, you have all things.

Learn from nature. You don’t need go far. You can learn many things in a small pot in your house, or in a small park near your house. Đọc tiếp Learning without spending money

Write like no one is reading

Dear brothers and sisters,

Many people love writing, but they are uncomfortable when writing and sending to ĐCN. Many reasons. Perhaps a great reason is they fear what other people think about them.

I want to open my heart, but I’m worry. I don’t know what I worry about, but I’m still worry. So what should I do?

Write like no one is reading. Đọc tiếp Write like no one is reading

Learning with a little pain

Dear brothers and sisters,

Many people learn their life lessons with a lot of pain. They have to pay too much for their lessons. Although they pay too much, they may not be mature spiritually.

However, a few people learn their life lessons with a little pain. They only pay too little for their lessons. Although they pay too little, they are mature spiritually.

Where is the difference? Đọc tiếp Learning with a little pain

UN’s top court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya from genocide

theguardian.com – Thu 23 Jan 2020

Momentous pronouncement at Hague rejects Aung San Suu Kyi’s defence of her country’s military

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh take part in prayers to mark the second anniversary of their exodus from Myanmar
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh take part in prayers to mark the second anniversary of their exodus from Myanmar. Photograph: Rafiquar Rahman/Reuters

 Myanmar has been ordered by the United Nations’ highest court to prevent genocidal violence against its Rohingya Muslim minority and preserve any evidence of past crimes.

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The Choosing of the Seven

The prayer series

Dear brothers and sisters,

I comment in Acts 6:1-7 – The Choosing of the Seven.

Acts is the fifth book of the New Testament, after the four Gospels. Acts tells things that apostles of Jesus Christ did after Jesus was executed. Acts 6 means Chapter 6 of Acts.

Acts 6 New International Version (NIV)

The Choosing of the Seven Đọc tiếp The Choosing of the Seven

Vietnam’s graft crackdown in 2019: No exceptions

DEC 31, 2019 / 16:47 Linh Pham

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

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Prayer 685

The prayer series

Jesus,

I want to try play this thing at our kitchen
but my mom is at home,
she could scold me.
So please soothe her heart.

I play only in 7 minutes,
so please keep her calm in 7 minutes.

Only 5 minutes left…

Only 3 minutes left…

Only 1 minutes left…

Yeah, done!
And my mom has said nothing about what I’ve been doing.

Thank you, Jesus.

Amen.

PTH

Sisters and giving birth

Dear sisters,

Don’t worry about your time to give birth.

Don’t worry about things such as: When should I give birth? People say I should give birth before I’m 35 years old, however I don’t even have a lover yet. I love working, so I don’t want to give birth now; or, I love my lover but I don’t want to give birth now; or I want to discover the world and myself, so I don’t want to give birth now… So what should I do? Should I have my children?… Đọc tiếp Sisters and giving birth