Elements are converging to make Vietnam a potential smart lighting market as light-emitting diodes are replacing traditional light appliances.
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A cup of traditional cà phê sữa đá is made with robusta beans, which have a sharper, bitter flavor than more mild arabica beans.
A Vietnamese entrepreneur is promoting an environmentally friendly way to sip drinks by using grass stems to make reusable, biodegradable straws.
Pop sensation Son Tung M-TP feels being an artist is not enough, so he plans a business startup with social network SkySocial to be launched in 2020.
- Why Starbucks Struggles In Vietnam's $1B Coffee Market 1
- Vietnamese grass is greener in battle against plastic straws 2
- Pop singer Son Tung to launch social network SkySocial in 2020 3
- Pop star Son Tung M-TP signs investment cooperation agreement with Luxstay 4
- Sustainability is key for fashion brands to win millennial customers’ hearts 5
- Vietnam’s smart lighting market is booming: VietnamNet 6
Asian cities are the best places to be an expat and Vietnam’s biggest city has gained one place to the world's third best city.
Home-sharing platform Luxstay signs deal with Intracom Group, CenGroup and M-TP Entertainment, the company owned by Vietnamese pop sensation Son Tung M-TP.
Vietnam is an interesting market for ready-to-wear fashion, but sustainability is a need, said Fredrik Famm, H&M's country manager of Southeast Asia.
Vietnam’s largest cinema chain CGV was fined $7,300 for importing and screening animated movie showing China’s infamous nine-dash line image on East Sea.
Dalat Flower Festival this year is scheduled to take place in December, hoping to attract up to 300,000 visitors.
Vietnam is 80 years behind developed countries in approving a 40-hour work week law, which is needed to ensure workers’ quality of life, lawmakers say.
Vo Trong Nghia’s firm meditates every day, which helps in their approach to refining urban environments.
As Hanoi struggles with polluted tap water, people are staying up at night for tanker trucks’ arrival and hoarding bottled water.
Rens, a startup by a Vietnamese duo in Finland making the world’s first shoes from coffee grounds, wants to shift to Vietnam soon.
Vietnamese middle class households are willing to pay more for safer food and healthier living environments.