Foster Klug, Associated Press Updated 3:08 am PDT, Friday, June 14, 2019 Yutaka Katada, president of Kokuka Sangyo Co., the Japanese company operating one of two oil tankers attacked near the Strait of Hormuz, shows a photo of the attacked oil tanker during a news conference Friday, June 14, 2019, in Tokyo. Iran rejects a U.S. accusation against Tehran over suspected attacks on two oil tankers near the strategic Strait of Hormuz. less Yutaka Katada, president of Kokuka Sangyo Co., the Japanese company operating one of two oil tankers attacked near the Strait of Hormuz, shows a photo of the attacked oil tanker during a news conference Friday, ... more Photo: Jae C. Hong, AP Photo: Jae C. Hong, AP Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 Yutaka Katada, president of Kokuka Sangyo … [Read more...] about Middle East attack jolts oil-import dependent Asia
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The event attracted representatives from embassies of the 10 ASEAN member countries and 20 African nations in Japan as well as over 50 Japanese businesses. Ambassador of Vietnam to Japan Vu Hong Nam highlighted the remarkable achievements that Vietnam has gained since 1975. He said Vietnam is now one of the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia and a reliable destination for foreign investors. While mentioning the relations between Vietnam and Japan, Nam said Japan is an important partner of Vietnam in the fields of economy, trade and investment. Participants at the conference Japan has made significant contributions to Vietnam’s socio-economic development, he added. At the conference, participants heard about Vietnam’s investment environment and policies and the bilateral cooperation in developing Micro Gragon satellite. Ambassador of Djibouti to Japan and Vietnam Ahmed Araita Ali said the conference creates a good chance for him as a consultant … [Read more...] about Vietnamese embassy hosts Asia-Africa 20 conference in Tokyo
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Food Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Food | Gumbo, the Classic New Orleans Dish, Is Dead. Long Live Gumbo. Supported by Rich in flavor and history, the dish is no longer a fixture of local restaurants. Some chefs see that as a chance to reinvent it. ByBrett Anderson Jan. 8, 2019 NEW ORLEANS — Decades ago, soon after moving to this city from India, Arvinder Vilkhu began telling his wife and children, “If we ever have a restaurant, we must have a curried gumbo.” Mr. Vilkhu had tasted his first gumbo in 1984 during a job interview at a New Orleans hotel. “I was so much in love,” he said of the rich dish, something between a soup and a stew. He began developing his own distinctive version after immigrating here later that year. But it wasn’t until 2017, when the family opened their Indian restaurant, Saffron Nola, on a … [Read more...] about Gumbo, the Classic New Orleans Dish, Is Dead. Long Live Gumbo.
The information was released by Anna Pak Burdin, Discovery’s General Manager in Southeast Asia at a press conference in Hanoi on December 20. The documentary highlights the role in telecommunications development of Vietnam’s Military Industry-Telecoms Group Viettel through its investment in infrastructure for 3G and 4G networks in East Africa. Poster of the documentary. Photo: HNM Particularly, the film features different development stages of the telecom infrastructure development in Tanzania, as well as the Vietnamese telecom’s effort to launch mobile services in remote villages in Mozambique. The film was made by the film crew of Discovery to honor the Vietnamese in developing high-quality telecommunications networks in several African countries, added Burdin. Source: PANO/HNM Translated by Chung Anh … [Read more...] about Discovery film honors Viettel’s contributions to East Africa
The event, part of activities to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Vietnam and South Africa, was attended by Sindiswa Mququ, Chief Director for South, Central and Southeast Asia at the South Africa’s Department of International Relations and Cooperation; Malaysian Ambassador Mohamad Nizan Mohamad, Chairman of the ASEAN Pretoria Committee; and ambassadors of ASEAN countries in South Africa, among others. Participants enjoy Vietnamese food at the event Opening the event, Ambassador Vu Van Dung noted Vietnam and South Africa are celebrating 25 years of their ties in 2018, the same year many activities have been held around the world to mark the 100th birthdays of President Nelson Mandela and political activist Albertina Sisulu, two symbols of the struggle for freedom, equality, democracy and reconciliation. Over the past 25 years, along with official diplomatic channels, people-to-people exchange and cultural diplomacy have … [Read more...] about Vietnamese tourism cuisine introduced in South Africa