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The central city of Da Nang has overtaken HCMC and Ha Noi, Viet Nam's two biggest cities, to become the only Vietnamese candidate listed in the world's top 10 worth-living destinations for expats in 2018, according to a survey conducted by Live and Invest Overseas travel magazine.

As the country's third largest city, Da Nang has garnered widespread recognition from international visitors thanks to spectacular urban landscape without much air and noise pollution, healthy business environment, enormous tourism potential, and notably, a convenient geographical location close to world-recognized heritage sites.

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Throwback to the super exciting week with the "Oriflame Vietnam – Director Seminar 2018", taking place in late March at Vietnam's largest ballroom – Ariyana Convention Centre Danang.

Commenced with a cheerful "White" themed welcome dinner at the Ariyana Grand Ballroom, guests were treated to a sumptuous buffet prepared by the professional culinary team of Furama Resort Danang while enjoying vivid sound & lighting performances.

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Furama welcomed Ms. Nguyen Thi Xuyen - Deputy Minister of Health and Heart-to-Heart foundation to Furama Resort Danang

Ms. Nguyen Thi Xuyen – Deputy Minister of Health and Heart-to-Heart foundation chose Furama to stay during their business trip to Danang.

Within her business trip, Ms. Xuyen and the Heart to Heart Foundation had a meeting with the city's authority for donating modern equipment to Danang Hospital: "Philips Digital Subtraction Angiography" (DSA) – the latest technique for diagnosing cardiovascular diseases.

DSA is used in interventional radiology to clearly visualise blood vessels in a bony or dense soft tissue environment. Director of the Da Nang Hospital Tran Ngoc Thanh said the new technique "enabled clinicians to make more accurate diagnoses, improving treatment."

According to the World Health Organization, non-communicable diseases are estimated to account for 75% out of total fatalities in Vietnam, with heart diseases posting the highest fatal ratio, at a staggering 40%, said Arjen Radder - president of Philips Healthcare Asia-Pacific.

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