Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Malaysia are hoping home advantage will pay off as they take on Việt Nam at in the first leg of the AFF Cup final tonight. But coach Park Hang-seo insists his team will not be intimidated by the 80,000 strong crowd at the Bukit Jalil stadium. The South Korean coach says he has a plan in place to beat the home crowd in the first leg while relaying on the strength of character of the young players in the team. Speaking to reporters at the pre-match conference yesterday in Kuala Lumpur, Park pointed out it has been 10 years since the team has played in a major final. He also said since then, the two sides have met 10 times, with Việt Nam coming out on top in five of those matches. He said: "Playing in front of 80,000 local fans will be very difficult, it is huge crowd, but during training I and my assistants reminded players of this issue. We tell them how to keep calm in that situation. Communication will be tricky because … [Read more...] about Việt Nam can handle Malaysian challenge in the AFF Cup final
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Cities across Vietnam are preparing for the big day tomorrow, the AFC U23 Final between Vietnam and Uzbekistan. You'll be able to watch the match live on VnExpress International, just tune in at 3 p.m. on Saturday. If you prefer to see it on the big screen, below are a number of suggestions. In Saigon, the Vietnam Football Company has asked local authorities to set up 10 giant LED screens along Nguyen Hue walking street in District 1 to broadcast the match live on January 27. Commentators will be invited to discuss the game on the spot. The Youth Cultural House HCMC at No. 4, Pham Ngoc Thach Street, District 1, will also broadcast the match live. The event is free entry. In Hanoi, 15 big screen TVs will also be set up in pedestrian zones and parks from 3 p.m. tomorrow. Check out the area around Hoan Kiem Lake, the big square in front of the Opera House, My Dinh Stadium, Hoa Binh Park, Thong Nhat Park and Ly Thai To Gardens. Depending on the … [Read more...] about Where to watch U23 Asian Cup Final: Vietnam vs Uzbekistan
When having meetings with candidates, we always share with them how important of choosing the right career path is. Indeed, shifting from one job to another can greatly impact their career goal. Let us share a few things which you might find useful in case you would like to change your current job. Assess Yourself: Plan your future by knowing what your desires are and what’s important to you. You also have to figure out your priorities, understand your current level and determine those skills that you may need to develop. Reflection is one good tool in self assessment and in understanding your experiences fully. A personal portfolio can also help you in tracking your skills and achievements. Keep your certificates, transcripts, reference letters, achievements and so on. Explore Options: Once you are certain what your desired career looks like, what the required qualifications are, and whether there are opportunities for advancement, you should then identify the opportunities … [Read more...] about How can I choose the right job?
Watching the World Cup in colour Ratings war: Television has played an important role in bringing football games from all over the world to viewers. Broadcasting groups in Viet Nam are in a fierce competition to win viewers with this year’s World Cup coverage. AFP/VNA Photo Bach Duong (11-06-2006) Television coverage of the World Cup in Viet Nam has come a long way in the last twenty years. Thuy Ha takes a trip down memory lane. The first time I remember watching World Cup matches live on television was twenty years ago when the tournament took place in Mexico and I was just a kid. The thing I still remember is the statement said before each game: "If the technical conditions are good the match between (a team) and (a team) will be broadcast live." Back then, good technical conditions and even weather were things football fans in Viet Nam were most concerned about before each World Cup game was played somewhere in a country thousands of kilometres away. Because … [Read more...] about Watching the World Cup in colour
The Boston Bruins routed the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 to knot the NHL Stanley Cup Final at two games apiece. Tim Thomas made 37 saves for his third shutout of the playoffs and Rich Peverley scored two goals after replacing the injured Nathan Horton on the Bruins' top line. The Bruins, who were reeling after dropping the first two games of the best-of-seven series, now head back to Vancouver for Friday's game five on level terms. The series will return to Boston for game six on Monday. "It's always easier to be at home," said Brad Marchand, who also scored for Boston along with Michael Ryder. "We feed off the energy, off our fans. They just bring out the best in us. ... Just seems everyone is so focused right now." The Bruins are seeking their first NHL title since 1972. To claim it, they must win at least once in Vancouver. They opened their first trip to the Stanley Cup Finals in 21 years with two demoralizing one-goal defeats on Canada's West Coast, but have been dominant at home. The … [Read more...] about Bruins rout Canucks to knot Stanley Cup