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Programmes where a senior company figure mentors their staff are quite common in the west, but less so in Vietnam. The aim of mentoring programmes is to encourage knowledge transfer by way of sharing professional nuggets of information and advice, which help the employee grow professionally and develop their career.
It’s summer in Vietnam, and with it comes the familiar expat exodus that accompanies the season. Your bags are packed, itinerary set, but if your plan is to take your pet with you, the first step should begin well before you’ve squashed that last pair of undies into your suitcase.
We’ve always loved ice-cream in Ho Chi Minh City, but now we’re getting some new variations coming in. Here’s what you can find around the city.
It is difficult to express just how much I enjoy being a gastroenterologist. Not everybody gets to do what they love, but for me, my work is my hobby and my passion.
Relaxing and learning to switch off from the daily stress that you encounter from daily life in Vietnam is just as important as regular physical activity for optimal well-being.
This month resident therapist Douglas Holwerda answers an email from a woman who believes she has an anger problem.
In this modern era we assume that our cities will endure forever, despite evidence of past cities and civilisations that have imploded or vanished.
I always get asked if women should workout differently to men.
If you’ve been in a steady job with the same company for several years, chances are you do not have a clear and up-to-date idea of your relative professional value within your industry.
Weight training in the gym isn’t a mindless act of working out on random machines and repeating the same exercises over and over again hoping for a different result.