I owe a debt to Vietnam. Maybe I can give something back. Maybe I can just be better.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese performer Quang Dang released a fresh dance on May 25 in response to a global campaign launched by the World Health Organization (WHO) for World No Tobacco Day 2020.
VOV.VN - Music magazine Billboard of the United States has published an article titled “Vietnam’s Khac Hung tells story behind his global hit, ‘Washing hand song’”, which praises Vietnamese composer Khac Hung for his contribution in standing with the community in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
VOV.VN - After the original Vietnamese version of the song went viral, an English language version of the now famous novel coronavirus (COVID-19) song known as “Ghen Co Vy” has been released, promoting a message of community unity in the fight against the epidemic.
VOV.VN - Following the international success of the song "Ghen Co Vy", known as “Jealous Coronavirus” in English, large numbers of foreign singers and bands globally have gone on to produce English, Chinese, Japanese, Finnish, and Polish versions of the Vietnamese viral hit.
The first free hand-washing station among the total 100 nationwide was placed at the Ly Thai To statue park in Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi on March 23, as part of the anti-COVID-19 programme “For a healthy Vietnam”.
The Good Morning Nags, an Indie Folk and Americana Band from New York, have produced an English version of Vietnam's coronavirus song.
VOV.VN - Based in the United States, prestigious music magazine Billboard has ranked Vietnamese song “Ghen Co Vy” among its 10 novel coronavirus songs (COVID-19) which will bring a degree of humour to listeners amid the global panic that surrounds the pandemic.
VOV.VN - "Ghen Co Vy", known as the “washing hands song” in English, is a Vietnamese public announcement aimed at providing listeners with prevention methods for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in a song which has been growing in popularity globally.
A Vietnamese public announcement on the Covid-19 in the form of a song featured in Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on March 1 night.