Improving quality of tourism human resources in new context necessary: experts Travel

Improving quality of tourism human resources in new context necessary: experts

Positive signals of tourism seen in many localities during the Lunar New Year Holiday, and especially the decision to officially reopen tourism activities under the "new normal" state from March 15 are opening up many opportunities for the non-smoke industry to recover after a long hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesia beefs up vaccinated travel lane with Australia World

Indonesia beefs up vaccinated travel lane with Australia

The Indonesian government is promoting the establishment of a vaccinated travel lane (VTL) with Australia – one of the key tourist markets of the Southeast Asian nation, in a bid to revive its non-smoke industry, said Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno.
Online talk show calls for stopping second-hand smoke Health

Online talk show calls for stopping second-hand smoke

Smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer in Vietnam. Tobacco smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals, of which 69 cause cancer, participants heard at a recent online talk show to respond to World No Tobacco Day on May 31.
Measures sought to revive “non-smoke” industry Travel

Measures sought to revive “non-smoke” industry

The domestic tourism sector has affirmed its high determination to recover the domestic market with the biggest roundtable forum on tourism of the year, which drew the participation of representatives from over 600 travel firms and management agencies nationwide.
Smoking rate among men falls in 2020 Society

Smoking rate among men falls in 2020

The smoking rate among men in many provinces and cities last year fell compared to 2017 as a result of agencies’ efforts to implement tobacco harm-prevention programmes, Dr Phan Thi Hai, deputy head of the Tobacco Harm Prevention Fund, said at a conference held in HCM City last week.
Yen Bai: Van Chan district strives to develop “non-smoke” industry Travel

Yen Bai: Van Chan district strives to develop “non-smoke” industry

Van Chan district in the northern province of Yen Bai aims to boost tourism development and expand tourism linkages with other districts in the province. To this end, the district has provided all possible conditions for local enterprises and people to invest and develop tourism projects and attract more visitors.
Thailand to fine vehicles with black smoke World

Thailand to fine vehicles with black smoke

The Thai Ministry of Transport warned on January 13 that authorities will impose hefty fines on vehicles with exhaust emissions that exceed safe limits as an effort to reduce pollution caused by the PM 2.5.
Indonesia: Over 39,000 people affected by haze smoke World

Indonesia: Over 39,000 people affected by haze smoke

As many as 39,277 residents in Riau province in Sumatra Island, Indonesia, have suffered from respiratory problems due to the escalating smoke haze caused by forest fires, according to head of the provincial Health Office Mimi Nazir.