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.
Ancient houses on Ly Son Island Society

Ancient houses on Ly Son Island

More than 20 ancient wooden houses aged between 150-200 years still remain intact architecturally on Ly Son Island. These are miniature museums, serving as “live witnesses” of Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos.
Hoang Sa sailors commemorated in Ly Son Society

Hoang Sa sailors commemorated in Ly Son

A traditional ceremony commemorating sailors of Hoang Sa (Paracel) Flotilla, took place in An Vinh communal temple, Ly Son island district, central Quang Ngai province on April 4.
Fallen sailors to be honoured in Ly Son Society

Fallen sailors to be honoured in Ly Son

Ly Son island district in Quang Ngai will construct a monument in commemoration of civilians and sailors who died during long voyages to protect the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagos of Vietnam.
Hoang Sa tribute rituals held in Quang Ngai Society

Hoang Sa tribute rituals held in Quang Ngai

The Feast and Commemoration Festival for Hoang Sa (Paracel) flotilla soldiers (Le khao le the linh Hoang Sa) was held in An Hai communal temple, Ly Son island, the central province of Quang Ngai on April 5.
Ceramic sovereignty documents on display in Dong Nai Society

Ceramic sovereignty documents on display in Dong Nai

Rare maps and documents proving Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes have come closer to the public in an artistic way as dozens of their ceramic copies are on show in the southern province of Dong Nai.