The bar wall on Station Rise in the city of York. Police say the year-old was last seen here talking to an Asian man. The girl who speaks no English, disappeared from a tour group during a visit to York in the North Yorkshire region of England. Police say she was last seen almost a week ago chatting to an Asian man on the bar walls, a popular area for tourists to visit. The Vietnamese Embassy in London is working with the authorities in the UK to help find the missing girl. The city of York is a popular tourist destination in the UK.
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More than half of Vietnam's population is younger than 25 and 70 percent were born after the Vietnam War ended in In the s the expression song voi "fast living" was used to describe the new Vietnam. At night boys on motorscooters and motorcycles took to the streets to celebrate what young people call song tu do "living freely". They broke taboos by hug and hold hands with their girlfriends and sometimes kissing in public. Tim Larimer wrote in the New York Times that Hanoi is filled "something men who dash around the city racing their motorcycles, drinking whiskey, showing off to girlfriends, and acting like James Dean.
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Vietnamese teenagers face a serious imbalance in their consumption of time for studies, relaxing, and recreational activities. The teenagers in the survey spent the most time within the four walls of classrooms, with little left for sports or community-related activities. According to the survey, conducted by TITA Research, a Vietnamese market research and consulting company, urban teenagers spend They have only four hours a day for entertainment, but this is mainly devoted to television and the Internet, where they play games and chat through email and social networks. In summer, where there is no school, they spend more time in bed and increase their time with TV and computers to six hours a day.