Vietnamese men remain mired in macho norms

Created 17 October 2020
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Vietnamese men remain patriarchal, smoke and drink a lot, and feel pressured in life, a study by the Institute for Social Development Studies in Hanoi has found.
Vietnamese men remain mired in macho norms

Source: VNE

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