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Old 15-06-2020, 04:27 PM   #13696
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i'm still in saigon. since 31-jan after cny. cos working full time here. also miss singapore a bit cos long time no return. last time usually will return within 3 months
VN's Covid-19 management as good as it seems ?
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Old 15-06-2020, 04:39 PM   #13697
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VN's Covid-19 management as good as it seems ?
i guess so. about 60 days without community transmission, i think can say quite ok? ppl outside the country may say that they don't believe the figures, but i personally think it's quite believable. at least the citizens believe so too. slowly now they relax the measures also, now not compulsory to wear masks anymore, unlike before. people are also travelling domestically, slowly but steadily recovering.

however, most of the economy still relies on overseas so u still see companies shutting down and not being able to survive this pandemic. not receiving orders from US and Europe just dealing a big blow to the country.

but i do see small businesses start to open up here and there amidst covid-19. good sign, i guess. people who are frugal and saved up money took this time as a good opportunity to open shop.
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Old 18-06-2020, 11:23 PM   #13698
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i guess so. about 60 days without community transmission, i think can say quite ok? ppl outside the country may say that they don't believe the figures, but i personally think it's quite believable. at least the citizens believe so too. slowly now they relax the measures also, now not compulsory to wear masks anymore, unlike before. people are also travelling domestically, slowly but steadily recovering.

however, most of the economy still relies on overseas so u still see companies shutting down and not being able to survive this pandemic. not receiving orders from US and Europe just dealing a big blow to the country.

but i do see small businesses start to open up here and there amidst covid-19. good sign, i guess. people who are frugal and saved up money took this time as a good opportunity to open shop.
They are very cautious now when it comes to foreign visitors

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Old 19-06-2020, 12:18 AM   #13699
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Anyone had experience of sending computers to Viet Nam? How to go about it?
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Old 22-06-2020, 10:02 AM   #13700
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Anyone had experience of sending computers to Viet Nam? How to go about it?
like a desktop?

i did it before. basically i tore it apart, put into separate anti static bags, attach receipt (wasn't needed in the end, but just in case), then dump it all into my luggage bag. however, i didn't bring my motherboard and pc case.

i was intending to buy new itx motherboard and sff pc case and reuse the parts i have. but i haven't got down to assembling it at all.
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Old 29-06-2020, 08:48 PM   #13701
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Hi,
Anyone have contact to send a parcel from HCM to Singapore. Approx around 5 kg.
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Old 03-07-2020, 07:38 PM   #13702
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Now customs very strict

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Old 02-08-2020, 01:06 AM   #13703
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Is hcm district 1 open for business?

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Old 02-08-2020, 10:33 PM   #13704
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i guess so. about 60 days without community transmission, i think can say quite ok? ppl outside the country may say that they don't believe the figures, but i personally think it's quite believable. at least the citizens believe so too. slowly now they relax the measures also, now not compulsory to wear masks anymore, unlike before. people are also travelling domestically, slowly but steadily recovering.

however, most of the economy still relies on overseas so u still see companies shutting down and not being able to survive this pandemic. not receiving orders from US and Europe just dealing a big blow to the country.

but i do see small businesses start to open up here and there amidst covid-19. good sign, i guess. people who are frugal and saved up money took this time as a good opportunity to open shop.
what's the word on the ground about how the recent cases came about, given the international travel curb ?
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Old 04-08-2020, 09:32 AM   #13705
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Is hcm district 1 open for business?

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so far, still open. people are taking additional precautions, bars and ktvs supposed to close but i still see drinking establishments operating.
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Old 04-08-2020, 09:36 AM   #13706
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what's the word on the ground about how the recent cases came about, given the international travel curb ?
well, if you read vn news, recently they really stomping down on illegal immigrants from China. few vietnamese were caught illegally transporting china people into Vietnam. They suspect that's how the virus relapse here in Danang, but no actual information from the government that they are the source. until now still haven't find patient zero that caused the recent cases.

because of this, the tension and hate for China people increased...
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Old 07-08-2020, 01:01 PM   #13707
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Anyone kana the floods?

The main road into Thao Dien kana quite bad. I expect the rest of D2 will have it even worse.
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Old 07-08-2020, 03:45 PM   #13708
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Anyone kana the floods?

The main road into Thao Dien kana quite bad. I expect the rest of D2 will have it even worse.
i live around d7, lucky i tapao food and got home before the rain got heavy. after that just nua at home already
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Old 07-08-2020, 04:40 PM   #13709
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like a desktop?

i did it before. basically i tore it apart, put into separate anti static bags, attach receipt (wasn't needed in the end, but just in case), then dump it all into my luggage bag. however, i didn't bring my motherboard and pc case.

i was intending to buy new itx motherboard and sff pc case and reuse the parts i have. but i haven't got down to assembling it at all.
I wanted to send a thinkPad laptop but don't know how to do it.
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Old 07-08-2020, 06:12 PM   #13710
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I wanted to send a thinkPad laptop but don't know how to do it.
oh last time i got someone to bring for me a microsoft laptop over. the full fledged laptop, not the surface pro. it was brand new so it was in the original packaging. they actually tagged it and informed him to go to the counter, but he went toilet and peeled it off and just left.
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