Khanh Hoa province introduces measures to recover tourism Videos

Khanh Hoa province introduces measures to recover tourism

The south-central coastal province of Khanh Hoa has seen a stark decline in tourism activities as well as revenue this year due to COVID-19. Since the beginning of September, local authorities have implemented a number of measures to recover the tourism sector, which have initially proven effective.
Harvesting ‘green gold’ on cloud-covered mountains Society

Harvesting ‘green gold’ on cloud-covered mountains

Shan tuyet tea trees in Ta Xua commune of Bac Yen district in the northern mountainous province of Son La grow in an environment that is filled with clouds and cold fog all year round. Shan tuyet tea is a precious specialty of the local Mong ethnic minority people, who call it “green gold”.
Runway upgrade at Tan Son Nhat airport to finish by year-end Business

Runway upgrade at Tan Son Nhat airport to finish by year-end

Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has urged contractors to complete the upgrade of four taxiways and one of HCM City-based Tan Son Nhat International Airport’s two runways by the year-end to meet heightened travel demand for the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.
Cambodia’s domestic tourism maintains growth ASEAN

Cambodia’s domestic tourism maintains growth

Cambodia’s tourism sector served over 1.4 million domestic tourists during the five-day holiday last week, which were offered in compensation for the Khmer New Year holiday postponed in April, reported the Cambodian Ministry of Tourism.
Ao Dai – a cultural symbol associated with Vietnamese women Culture - Sports

Ao Dai – a cultural symbol associated with Vietnamese women

Ao Dai (traditional long dress) has established itself as a cultural symbol connected with the image of Vietnamese women. The dress has seen significant changes through the years but its traditional characteristics have still been preserved, contributing to enhancing the charming beauty of Vietnamese women.
Wood exports grow thanks to businesses’ activeness Business

Wood exports grow thanks to businesses’ activeness

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact, the wood industry still enjoyed 3.2 billion USD in exports in the first four months of 2019, up 6 percent year on year, thanks to businesses’ efforts to switch to online trading and find new markets.