95 years of Vietnam's revolutionary press Politics

95 years of Vietnam's revolutionary press

Ninety-five years ago on June 21, 1926, the first issue of Thanh nien (Youth) newspaper representing the voice of Vietnamese Revolutionary Youth League founded by Nguyen Ai Quoc (aka Ho Chi Minh) was published, marking the birth of Vietnam’s revolutionary press as the country remained under the yoke of French colonial rule.
Press contributes to national development Politics

Press contributes to national development

Over the last 95 years, Vietnam’s revolutionary journalism, founded and led by President Ho Chi Minh, has always followed the valiant struggles of the Party and people for national independence and for socialism.
Railways lag behind in Vietnam Business

Railways lag behind in Vietnam

The decline of the railway’s popularity in Vietnam is not new: back in 2010, the European Union labelled rail transport as the country’s “least relevant” mode of transport.