Dong Thap preserves endangered pink mandarin Business

Dong Thap preserves endangered pink mandarin

The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap has approved a project to preserve the specialty pink mandarin of its Lai Vung district, which is facing a threat of dying out, over the next five years.
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.
Life on Truong Sa archipelago Society

Life on Truong Sa archipelago

Life of people on Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago has been improved since national liberation in 1975 thanks to efforts from both the army and people on its islands.
Tour guides get by in wake of COVID-19 Society

Tour guides get by in wake of COVID-19

As tourism activities have come to a complete halt and many firms gone bankrupt, a large number of tour guides end up losing their jobs. They have to do other jobs to earn a living.
Ethnic village turns into civilised community Society

Ethnic village turns into civilised community

An ethnic-minority village in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong has become well-known for its title “village with 3-nos” (no drinking, no smoking and no social evils) thanks to a concerted communal effort that commenced over a dozen years ago.