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Twinkle Twinkle Nails

This holiday, let your nails define your festive spirit. Mysterious, trendy and gorgeous are just some of the words that come to mind with this 30th anniversary Evo Celebration Collection.

Three Ways to Style Turtlenecks for the Holidays

Picking out outfits to wear for the holidays is always exciting. From bold, jewel tones to shiny metallics, it’s a time to dress up and get in a festive mood. As a...

Glam-up Your Holiday Makeup

Do you need some help getting into the holiday spirit? Here are some ways you can put your best face forward. This list of easy-to-use products will inject some festive glamour into...

Christmas in Vietnam

Christmas is a big holiday in the  Western world and it was brought to Vietnam via Christianity. It is not an official holiday, but  has become an important annual event.

Central Highland Wood Spirit

Central Highland, the land of wind and sunshine, is known for its culture of the gong and epic tales usually told beside the flickering flames. However, few people know that there are...

The Return of Timeless Vinyl

The continuous development of technology means digital music products are constantly being improved to serve our entertainment needs. However, the vinyl record is the only non-digital product that also has high sales....

Love Your Neighbor as Yourself

Another Christmas season has begun. In the joyful atmosphere of people decorating Christmas trees, hanging lights, and preparing gifts, a story of love and sharing flashes across my mind. Besides happy families...

Proverb: Chớ Trông Mặt Mà Bắt Hình Dong

English equivalent: Don’t judge a book by its cover Have you ever heard the story about the rose and the cactus? In a forest, in the middle of...

Proverb: Im Lặng Là Vàng

I once heard an anecdote about a meeting between Thomas Edison, who intended to sell his latest invention for US$3,000, and a potential buyer. The American inventor was hoping for more, but...

Proverb: Đi Hỏi Già, Về Nhà Hỏi Trẻ

Literal translation: leave, ask elders, come home, ask children. English Equivalent: An honest man is always a child. (Socrates) The broiling summer sun reminds...

Proverb – Ta Về Ta Tắm Ao Ta, Dù Trong Dù Đục Ao Nhà Vẫn Hơn.

Literal Translation:      I return home and bathe in my own pond,      Regardless of whether it is clear or shallow, home pond is still better. ...

Proverb – Có con phải khổ vì con, Có chồng phải gánh giang sơn nhà chồng.

Literal Translation: Having children, must suffer for her children, Having a husband, must bear the burden of the husband’s household. English Equivalent: ...

Proverb – Một Nụ Cười Bằng Mười Thang Thuốc Bổ

Literal Translation: One smile is equal to ten prescriptions of tonic. English Translation: Laughter is the best medicine. During the last month, my sister and I have been...

Proverb – Một Miếng Khi Đói Bằng Một Gói Khi No

Literal Translation: One piece when hungry is equal to one package when full. English Equivalent: No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. When I...

Proverb – Học Không Chơi Đánh Rơi Tuổi Trẻ

Literal Translation: Studying without play wastes away young age. English Equivalent: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. If there was one thing I learned...

Bui Xuan Phai – An icon in Vietnamese Modern Art

For centuries, Vietnamese scholars practiced calligraphy and composed poetry.   Unlike Japanese, Korean and other Asian counterparts, they did not paint.   Vietnamese classical art was the work of anonymous...

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