Airlines adjust schedules due to Storm Nangka Society

Airlines adjust schedules due to Storm Nangka

Vietnamese airlines have announced adjustments to their flight schedules on October 14 as the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) directed the closure of Vinh and Tho Xuan airports from 12:00-21:00 on the day due to Storm Nangka – the seventh to enter the East Sea this year.
University admission scores increase sharply Society

University admission scores increase sharply

University admission scores this year increased compared to 2019, with information technology, computer science, international economics and marketing attracting a large number of candidates.
Authorities search for two Vietnamese apprentices missing in typhoon in Japan Society

Authorities search for two Vietnamese apprentices missing in typhoon in Japan

The Vietnamese Consulate General in Fukouka has worked closely with authorities of Miyazaki prefecture and other relevant agencies of Japan to verify relative information and promote the search for two Vietnamese apprentices who went missing after Super Typhoon Haishen swept through Kyushu Island on early September 7.
MG sports cars debut in Vietnam Business

MG sports cars debut in Vietnam

TC Services Vietnam and Malaysian multinational group Tan Chong debuted the famed MG sports car brand in Vietnam on August 17 and opened five agents around the country.
Vietjet Air promoting tourism in Nghe An Travel

Vietjet Air promoting tourism in Nghe An

Budget carrier Vietjet Air will partner with the Tourism Department of north-central Nghe An province to promote local relic sites and scenic spots under a cooperation agreement the two signed on June 24.
Local kids receive free check-ups and surgeries in Nghe An Society

Local kids receive free check-ups and surgeries in Nghe An

The project office of Zhishan Foundation Taiwan will coordinate with the fund for children in north-central Nghe An province and the Vinh International Hospital to provide free medical check-ups and orthopaedic surgeries for 60 local children from May 20 to 29.