J-E Mart Minimart of Euro and Japan goods

J-E Mart

J-E Mart is the new minimart about Euro and Japan goods, located at 81B Mai Hac De – bustling street with many apartment for rent, Japanese restaurant, beauty shop…where is focused by many Japanese living and working, near Vincom Ba Trieu, Hoang Thanh Tower.

Beauty and foods

At J-E Mart they have many goods from Foods, Clothes, Beauty product,

Foods:

– Tea from Japan

– Chocolate

– Wine: Wishky, Red Label, Sake, Apricots wine…

J-E Mart Minimart of Euro and Japan goods

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Clothes

– Uniqlo

– Calvin Klein

Beauty goods

– Lipstick

– Shiseido

– Transino…

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Nowaday, with increase of life standard, the Vietnamese  focused on foreign products of high quality from the developed countries. Jemart with many years of experience on working with foriegn partners , They are acutely aware that: Only the loyalty and beleif of customer  leading to the development and service quality and products are the key factors maintaining the faith from customers. So during the development stage, Jemart always focus on professional service style, always rigorous in stitch quality selection of safety products before shipping to consumers in order to bring our customers the products good products, gadgets with competitive prices .The customer satisfaction is our pride.

Japan TV an indispensable part of Japanese in Vietnam

 Japan TV an indispensable part of Japanese in Vietnam

 1. Japanese in Vietnam

Vietnam is developing country, it attract more and more FDI enterprises specially from Japan investment synonymous with the raise of Japanese living and working at big city like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang. Two factors that they care about is apartment for rent in hanoi and Japan Tivi. Almost Japan use their TV programes.

Japan TV an indispensable part of Japanese in Vietnam

2, JTV Service

JTV offer service packages include the Japanese content familiar to the Japanese people who are living, studying and working in Vietnam.
TV: TV Service offers over 42 channels including channels Japan economic news content political, cultural social, sporting infotainment. With the signal source licensing assures viewers channels with the highest quality (including TV channels of standard definition (SD) and high definition (HD).
– TVCatchup: ITV television service gives our customers the latest experience with the best price. With the smart one smart box you can watch TV, watch movies VOD, listen to music, especially the functional review TV channels you can view all programs broadcasted within 5 days. Also Smart Box also supports wifi client can connect to wifi without losing aesthetic stringing room and time-consuming installation.

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VoD: Services in Japan Film collections, a selection of Vietnam films are classified by categories: Movie Classics, Movie Drama, Romance, Comedy Movies, The content Vietnam continuously Movies update and supplement to consistently create attractive and interesting for viewers to enjoy services

Vietnam’s tallest building Keangnam Landmark 72 finds new owner

South Korea’s mid-sized financial group AON Holdings will take control of Keangnam Landmark 72 building in Hanoi.

This information has been revealed by CBRE in its press meeting to release the Real Estate Market Outlook Report for 2016. The acquisition has also been confirmed by South Korean media.


Keangnam Hanoi Landmark 72, known as the Vietnam’s tallest building,
has finally found its new owner – AON Holdings.

The Korea Economic Daily reports, on Dec 16, 2015, Samjong KPMG, which is the principal underwriter for selling the debts of Keangnam Landmark 72, chose AON Holdings as the preferred bidder for the deal.

Reportedly, among the total debts of $510 million incurred in Landmark 72 in 2012, AON Holdings have paid nearly 450 billion won ($373.4 million) to take over the debt and then become the building’s new owner.

Earlier, Hana Financial Investment and Goldman Sachs were also interested in buying Landmark 72 but were outbid by AON Holdings.

In May 2015, a Vietnamese court had announced a valuation of $770 million for Keangnam Landmark 72 after a series of scandals involving the parent company Keangnam Enterprises, according to Korea Economic Daily.

Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower is located in the Southwest of Hanoi. With 72 floors and a total area of 610,000 sqm with many offices for rent, apartments for rent, the building is considered a highlight of the capital city’s sky. The former owner Keangnam Enterprises is said to invest over $1 to build the building, of which around $500 million was borrowed from banks.

Customer Appeciation

Customer Appeciation

Customer Appeciation - services

Dear Customer!!

For expressing our gratitude to customers during whole time you using our services, Viettra official starts a preference program “ Customer Apperciation” with many big gifts for customer:

– No real estate brokerage fees

Free about:

+ Transportation fee for golf trip (50$)

+ Lavie water monthly (04 water bottle/month)

+ Optic cable Internet

+ NHKTV ( 36 channels)

Customer Appeciation - Home services

Sign up now and enjoy our best services!

Notice:The program applicable for Vincom Ba Trieu, Lancaster Building, Indochina Plaza, Royal City, Times City, Golden Westlake, Keangnam. Only be applicable for online order.

Customer Appeciation - apartment

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)

1. What is MERS?

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is a viral respiratory illness. Pathogens is coronavirus (CoV) was first described in September 2012 in Saudi Arabia and called syndrome coronavirus causing respiratory infections in the Middle East (MERS-CoV).

2. What are the symptoms and complications that MERS can cause?

Most people confirmed to have MERS-CoV infection have had severe acute respiratory illness with symptoms of:
• fever
• cough
• shortness of breath
Some people also had gastrointestinal symptoms including diarrhea and nausea/vomiting. For many people with MERS, more severe complications followed, such as pneumonia and kidney failure. About 3-4 out of every 10 people reported with MERS have died. Most of the people who died had an underlying medical condition.
Some infected people had mild symptoms (such as cold-like symptoms) or no symptoms at all; they recovered. People with pre-existing medical conditions (also called comorbidities) may be more likely to become infected with MERS-CoV, or have a severe case. Preexisting conditions have included diabetes; cancer; and chronic lung, heart, and kidney disease. Individuals with weakened immune systems are also at higher risk for getting MERS or having a severe case. The incubation period for MERS is usually about 5 or 6 days, but can range from 2-14 days.

3. How does the virus spread?

MERS-CoV, like other coronaviruses, is thought to spread from an infected person’s respiratory secretions, such as through coughing, sneezing. Person-to-person spread of MERS-CoV, usually after close contact, such as caring for or living with an infected person.

4. How can I help protect myself?

Currently, there is no vaccine to prevent MERS-CoV infection. People help protect themselves from respiratory illnesses by taking everyday preventive actions:
• Wash your hands often with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
• Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, then throw the
tissue in the trash.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
• Avoid personal contact, or sharing cups or eating utensils, with sick people.
• Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects, such as doorknobs.

5. What should I do if I had close contact with someone who has MERS?

If you have had close contact with a confirmed MERS case within the last 14 days without using the recommended infection control precautions, you should contact a healthcare provider for an evaluation

6. When to visit?

For those who have fever or other symptoms of respiratory tract infections such as cough, shortness of breath for at least 14 days after arriving in the countries of the Arabian Peninsula or the countries that have come to health facilities to be examination
and counseling.

7. The prevention of infection MERS-CoV

• Restrict travel to countries in the Middle East with epidemics when not needed. Before
traveling to find out information on the disease situation destination to actively take measures to prevent infection to themselves.
• Personal hygiene, wash hands frequently with soap, using an antiseptic mouthwash.
• It should cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, preferably with a cloth or handkerchief to reduce the spread of respiratory secretions.
• Limit direct contact with sick people with acute respiratory infections; the need for contact with the patient must wear a surgical mask properly and keep a distance when exposed.
• Avoid contact with animals, pets, if already in contact should wash their hands with soap.
• People returning from the Middle East Region, Korea within 14 days if there are signs of respiratory tract infection such as fever over 38 ° C, cough, shortness of breath or have close contact with people who have such signs, needed within the nearest medical
facility for counseling, testing, testing MERSCoV

Source/: www.cdc.gov

EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR May (daily updated)

“Hills Melody” Showcase and Exhibition

Main event: Sat 09 May 2015, 6 pm

Exhibition: 09 – 30 May 2015

Module 7

83 Xuan Dieu Str, Tay Ho, Hanoi

What are similarities between abstract expressionist paintings and minimalist design?

If there is something in common between artist Tran Thi Thu and designer Pham Kieu Phuc (co-founder of Module 7), the work reflects their life experiences and love for Northwest. Tran Thi Thu deals with rushing color and energy that she have accumulated since sticking to the highland area from childhood to adulthood. Pham Kieu Phuc repressed, and refined the design thinking that she has drawn from her observation of tangible cultural values.

Hills Melody is a combination of the two artists in an exhibition, space arrangement, and fashion show. It will be opening a series of cultural events, performances, and exhibition by artist communities to fundraise Lang house’s restoration at The Muong’s Cultural Museum.

Artist: Pham Kieu Phuc, designer

Tran Thi Thu, artist

Ticket price: 100.000 VND

The entrance’s fee and 10% of all being sold artworks in this event will be donated for the “Lang House – Dream of rebirth” campaign of The Muong’s Culture Museum.

Comic-Concert with Reinhard Kleist

Sun 10 May 2015, 7 pm

Goethe Institut

56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi

The famous comic-strip artist Reinhard Kleist will show his drawing skills in a live show where his drawings will be inspired by songs of Johnny Cash. While a band will perform the songs of the country musician, Kleist will create a drawing to each single song. Thanks to a camera at the back of the artist, the audience will be able to witness the development of the art works live. Through Kleist’s drawings the music-legend Johnny Cash will be brought back to life one more time. Apart from his work on new novels and comic-strips, Kleist offers workshops for young artist and gives speeches on comic-strips and graphic novels all over the world.

After studying graphic and design Kleist moved to Berlin. Stays abroad in New York and Havanna inspired him for more art works. His works comprise also the award-winning graphic novels about Fidel Castro (“Castro”, 2010) and the Jewish boxer Hertzko Haft (“the boxer”, 2012). The comic-concert will take place after the vernissage of Kleist’s exhibition; it will round off this year’s European Literature Days.

Reinhard Kleist, born in 1970 near Cologne, studied graphic design in Münster. Currently he lives in Berlin, where he shares the studio BerlinComix with the comic artists Fil, Naomi Fearn and Mawil. He published numerous comics and won several awards, among others the Max und Moritz-Preis, the most significant award for graphic literature in Germany.

Languages: German and Vietnamese

Free admission.

Roundtable Discussion “A Long road to the Picture book” in European Literature Days 2015

Sat 09 May 2015, 9 am

L’Espace

24 Trang Tien, Hanoi

You are invited to the roundtable discussion “A long road to the picture book” under the framework of 5th European Literature Days 2015 with the participation of European and Vietnamese authors: Annette Köhnen, Thuy Com, Thanh Phong, Ta Huy Long.

In recent years, together with the strong development of translated books, the picture book has appeared more conspicuously on Vietnamese market. Its narrative style allows readers to develop their artistry, while using imagination and ability to connect images and words. The image still remains overlooked by many readers. The 5th European Literature Days in Hanoi themed on Children’s Literature will be an opportunity for readers, especially Vietnamese parents, to discuss the essential role of the image in children’s literature .

Language: English, Vietnamese

Free entrance.

European Food Festival 2015

Sat 09 May 2015, 4 pm

National Library

31 Trang Thi, Ha Noi

EuroCham joins the celebration of 25 years of EU – Vietnam relationship by presenting to you the 9th European Food Festival in Hanoi.

This event is guaranteed to add some spice to your weekend. With outdoor children’s activities, some of Hanoi’s best live bands and DJs, a lucky draw with valuable prizes and the best food and drink from Hanoi’s leading hotels and restaurants, there’s something for everyone.

Tickets

Book your tickets now get early bird price: Early bird, buy 10 and get 1 free if you order (send the email confirming purchase) before the 1st of May.

Ticket price: 320 000 VND per ticket, including the passport filled with food and drinks coupons.

Free entrance for children under 10 years old.

Film Screening “Song to the Front” and “Vietnam the Movie” by Nguyen Trinh Thi

Sat 09 May 2015, 6 pm

Nha San Collective

2nd floor, 24 Ly Quoc Su, Hanoi

You are invited to the screening of “Song to the Front” and “Vietnam the Movie” by Nguyen Trinh Thi.

2010 saw my first found footage film, Song to the Front, re-edited from the 1973 titular feature production by the Vietnam Feature Film Studio. The piece is also the first realized work in my pending project Vietnamese Classics Re-Cut Series.

The second film, Vietnam the Movie, is finished just a bit earlier this year. In this work, I ponder the definition of a nation and its place on the world map by watching how characters in movies and popular media had referred to Vietnam during the past 50 years.

Vietnam the Movie surveys how the word “Vietnam” appeared internationally (usually as a war, a symbol, an ideology, a concept), particularly in the context of the Vietnam War, and also the legacy of the Indochina War. It looks into the ways popular media forms our collective imaginations, memories, and understandings of a war, a country, a nation.

Along the side of Hollywood classics such as Apocalypse Now, Born on the Fourth of July, The Deer Hunter, Forrest Gump, Full Metal Jacket, etc., the forty chosen sources that directly employ the word “Vietnam” also feature the lesser known or virtually forgotten works by Harun Farocki, Fassbinder, Herzog, Nagisa Oshima, and Ann Hui. In particular, the making of this film has granted me the opportunity to explore the political stance of Jean-Luc Godard whose films held the most mention of “Vietnam”, at least among those of the filmmakers surveyed.

My motivations in recycling found footage is to preserve, deconstruct, subvert different kinds of film and media’s aesthetics and language; to re-tell, re-think, re-read, re-engage with history.

Screening Duration: 70 m.

In English with Vietnamese subtitles.

After-screening discussion with the filmmaker

Please, support for our non profit art project by dominant 30k and choose your drinks !

This is within Hanoi DocLab’s bi-weekly “Creative Documentary Film Series” screening program. Let’s look forward also to the coming films in the program.

Film Screening “Les Contes de la Nuit” at L’Espace

Sun 10 May 2015, 4 pm

L’Espace

24 Tràng Tiền, Hà Nội

You are invited to the animation screening “Tales of the Night” (France, 2011, 84 mins) directed by Michel Ocelot.

The series of six tales with shadows as characters is a constant delight for the retina !

For more information about synopsis, please see L’Espace website (in French) or refer to the Vietnamese version of this post.

Language: French with Vietnamese subtitle.

Tickets

Ticket price: 50 000 VND

Special price for members of L’Espace and students: 40 000 VND

Tickets are available at L’Espace.

Book Introduction “Rico, Oskar und das Herzgebreche” in European Literature Days 2015

Sat 09 May 2015, 4.30 pm

Goethe Institut

56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi

You are invited to the book introduction “Rico, Oskar und das Herzgebreche” in the framework of European Literature Days 2015.

Rico and Oskar couldn’t be more different: one of them deeply talented, but still confident; the other one highly gifted, but fearful. Nevertheless they are friends, who are already solving their second case. In the sequel written by Andreas Steinhöfel handbags, stones and bingo balls were playing a huge role. Since the great success of his first book with the Vietnamese and the German readers the second volume was just published by Kim Dong publishing company in Vietnam. The book will be presented by Dr. Thuy Anh.

Andreas Steinhöfel studied English and American studies, as well as media science at the University of Marburg. Following his studies his first book was published in 1991. Since then the author wrote more than fifteen books and many screenplays for TV stations. The first volume about the two friends Rico and Oskar was awarded with the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis (German Youth Literature Prize) for the best children’s book in 2009. In 2014 the story was made to a film.

Languages: Vietnamese

Free entrance.

Book Introduction by Françoize Boucher in European Literature Days 2015

Fri 08 May 2015, 5 pm

L’Espace

24 Tràng Tiền, Hà Nội

You are invited to the book introduction by Françoize Boucher during the framework of European Literature Days on the occasion of publishing his books in Vietnamese.

Françoize Boucher is a famous French writer. She has published several books for children with special illustrations and fun wordplay.

How cool are your parents (or not); Don’t worry be happy: or else; The book that will make you love books are 3 humorous books that allow children to understand and love their parents; to feed their love of reading and be optimistic in life.

With the participation of:

– Speakers: Dr. Tran Thanh Nam, Ed.D Nguyen Thuy Anh, Dr. Giap Van Duong

– Translator: Lai Thi Thu Hien

– Editor Hoang Thanh Thuy, Kim Dong Publishing House

– Moderator: Thuy Linh

Language: Vietnamese

Free entrance.