Ly Son Island leaps into the present Society

Ly Son Island leaps into the present

Ly Son Island, 30km off the coast of central Quang Ngai province, has had a face-lift since connecting to the national power grid in 2014. But while islanders have benefited from the rapid changes, serious environmental challenges are also arising.
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Statue set for national recognition

The central city of Da Nang has proposed that the Mukhalinga, a statue of the Hindu god Shiva that was unearthed at the My Son Sanctuary site in 2012, is officially recognised as a national treasure.
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More Champa relics discovered in Binh Dinh

The Museum of central Binh Dinh province has announced the discovery of more than 600 precious items during a recent archaeological excavation of Champa ruins at Rung Cam ( Forbidden Forest ) site at Thu Thien Thuong village, Binh Nghi commune, Tay Son district.
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Festival links Vietnamese, Indian peoples closer

The sixth Vietnam – India people’s friendship festival kicked off in Hanoi on October 21, targeting to make Vietnamese and Indian people become closer via a series of cultural and tour events in the city as well as central Da Nang city and Ho Chi Minh City until October 26.