Rosemary Nguyen (Duong Nguyen) has been working in journalism for more than five years. She is interested in covering social topics such as healthcare, education, environment and sustainable development.
For Rosemary Nguyen's latest contributions to VietnamTimes, see below:
Vietnamese Students In New York Celebrate Lunar New Year Together
Nearly 200 overseas Vietnamese students in the US gathered in New York on February 5 night (US time) to join a Lunar New Year festival with various traditional celebrations.
Vietnamese Community In Australia Makes Chung Cake To Raise Charity Fund
A group of Vietnamese families living in Sydney has made chung cake (sticky rice cake) and other Lunar New Year traditional dishes to raise a VND100 million (USD 4,348) fund for poor children in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s Pilot Tourism Resumption Program Welcomes 8,500 Foreign Tourists
More than 8,500 foreign tourists have come to Vietnam under the Government’s pilot plan to welcome international tourists in the pandemic’s era of new normalcy.
58-Year-Old Backpacker Conquers Five Mountains In The North
A 58-year-old woman has ridden her motorbike to conquer five mountains in the north amid chilly weather.
Overseas Vietnamese Committees Strengthen Cooperation
The State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese (OV) and Ho Chi Minh City’s Committee for OV Affairs have signed a cooperation program to strengthen partnership during 2022-2025.
Logo Marking 30th Anniversary of Vietnam-RoK Relations Announced
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea (RoK) in Vietnam has unveiled logo of the 30th anniversary of Vietnam-Korea diplomatic relations.
Overseas Vietnamese Student Experiences Winter Festival In South Korea
Winter festivals where visitors can play with ice and snow are paradoxically becoming the hottest tourists destinations in South Korea. An overseas Vietnamese student in South Korea has come to enjoy a winter festival and shared her beautiful memories.
How Much Does It Cost To Take An Adventure Tour Into Son Doong - The World’s Largest Cave?
Son Doong Cave in the central province of Quang Binh is always on the top bucket traveling list of tourists around the world. A four-day and three-night tour to the cave is about USD3,000 or VND69.3 million per pax. Let’s explore why it is so expensive.
Expats in Ho Chi Minh City Rescue Trafficked Turtles
A foreigner paid VND2 million in an attempt to rescue two turtles being on sale on a pavement. However, he did not know that his action accidentally violated the law.
Ly Xuong Can: The Korean Ambassador with Vietnamese Royal Blood
As the Vietnamese Tourism Ambassador to the Republic of Korea (RoK), Ly Xuong Can considers Vietnam and South Korea as his two homes. He cheers on the two countries, supporting them like his mother and father.
Vietnam Gives Priority To Ensuring Rights Of Landmine and UXO Victims
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) recently organized a workshop on promoting support for landmine and unexploded ordnance (UXO) victims where experts from different countries shared experience to assist the victims.
Social Insurance Policies Ensure Social Security Amid Pandemic
Since the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, the Government has offered timely assistance to people and businesses, especially those belonging to vulnerable groups, to help them challenge. Among supportive packages, social security policies play a leading role.
Speeding Up Vaccine Coverage Rate Among Ethnic Minority Community In Lam Dong and Dak Nong
Thousands of people from ethnic minority groups across Vietnam have accessed to Covid-19 vaccines, showing attention of the Party and the State paid these vunerable minorities living in the most remote parts of the nation.
New Covid Variant Omicron Affects Vietnam’s International Flight Resumption Plan
The new Covid-19 variant Omicron will affect Vietnam’s plan to resume international flight routes, according to the transport ministry.
World Vision Vietnam Continues Support For Vietnam’s Fight Against Covid-19
World Vision Vietnam is one of the non-governmental organizations conducting active and effective activities to assist Vietnam in the fight against Covid-19. Than Thi Ha, World Vision Vietnam country program director, said the organization would make efforts to continue this work.
American Expats In Ho Chi Minh City Welcome A Different Thanksgiving Season
It is the first time in five years that Joshua West, an American expat in Ho Chi Minh City, has celebrated Thanksgiving alone. The holiday this year will be a special one to him.
The Enchanting World of Ta Xua Fairy Forest
Located at a height of over 2,800m on the highest peak of Ta Xua Mountain, Ta Xua Primeval Forest looks mysterious and mesmerizing in the clouds. Let’s explore the impressive beauty of Ta Xua Primeval Forest through the lens of Vietnamese photographers.
Vietnamese Nationals Trafficked To Myanmar Return Home
The Ministry of Public Security in coordination with Military Command of Tuyen Quang Province and Blue Dragon Children's Foundation organized an event to receive Vietnamese nationals trafficked to Myanmar.
Vietnamese People Excitedly Plan Trips To The US As Travel Ban Restrictions Ease
As the US has lifted travel bans on international travelers, some Vietnamese nationals are planning their trips.
Thai Photographer Searches For Rustic Beauty of Three Mekong Countries
A Thai photographer has traveled around Thailand, to Vietnam and Myanmar to capture the beauty of rustic rural areas.
OVs in Fukuoka Boost Teaching of Vietnamese Language, Culture to Children
13:52 | 05/06/2023
Vietnamese Fruits Eye Bigger Market Share in Singapore
09:59 | 05/06/2023
Vietnam Crowned Top Southeast Asian Destination by British Magazine
09:31 | 05/06/2023