Work-life balance is the ability to balance the demands of work and personal life effectively. Achieving work-life balance is essential for maintaining good physical and mental health, reducing stress, and improving overall well-being. At SVFF, we recognize the importance of work-life balance and strive to create a supportive and flexibleContinue Reading

Collection of hypermarkets in Vietnam to know, or chain supermarkets. Every day, both expats and Vietnamese spend a lot of time and money shopping for groceries. The Vietnamese average spends about VND 250,000 [according to the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce] on weekly grocery shopping. In Vietnam, there are many supermarketsContinue Reading

In comparison to their older generations, who are known to be thrifty, young Vietnamese, especially those born in the mid-1990s, or Generation Z, tend to spend rather than save.\ A recent survey by Decision Lab of 16,000 respondents in Vietnam’s three largest cities – Hanoi, Da Nang and Ho ChiContinue Reading

Welcome to SVFF-Tiếng Việt Giọng Miền Nam cho Người Nước Ngoài! As the coronavirus continues to impact the world, including Vietnam, it’s crucial to be equipped with the right vocabulary and know-how to protect yourself. Today, we’ll cover essential Vietnamese terms related to the disease and share effective ways toContinue Reading

The heated rivalry that can happen between brands is one of the most valuable advantages of a free market. Each maker forces itself to offer the best of the best to consumers when it comes to vehicles. With advanced technologies making cars better, quicker, more powerful, smarter, and more complicatedContinue Reading

In Vietnam, there are about 62 million people on social media. That’s 60 per cent of the population of the world. The social media habits of Vietnam are specific. The nation also has a WeChat-like app of its own, called Zalo. It is not difficult to break into the socialContinue Reading

The government of Vietnam has agreed to slap fines on individuals who put fraudulent, slanderous or lurid content online. A new decree, effective from 15 April, imposes a fine of VND10-20 million ($426-$853) for using social networks to provide false information, slander or insult agencies and institutions, reduce individuals’ honorContinue Reading