Dong Nai wary of water shortage amid salt intrusion Environment

Dong Nai wary of water shortage amid salt intrusion

The People’s Committee of the southern province of Dong Nai has called on relevant agencies and the public to take proactive measures to ward off a freshwater shortage as drought and saltwater intrusion in rivers cause an increasing shortage.
Hanoians pray for good luck at pagodas Society

Hanoians pray for good luck at pagodas

At the mid-point between the old and new year, many people came to Ha pagoda in Hanoi to pray for good luck. This is also a beauty from many generations of Vietnamese people.
Organic farms fuel sustainable development Business

Organic farms fuel sustainable development

Born in Dien Ban Town, Quang Nam province, 37-year-old Duong Hien Tu has developed the area's first organic ecological agriculture system and a sustainable farming model over the past seven years to create the An Phu organic farm brand.
What’s new in Viet Tan’s schemes? Politics

What’s new in Viet Tan’s schemes?

The Viet Tan terrorist organization has made use of the internet, especially social media, to conduct propaganda and entice people to join its disguised groups on the internet.
Attracting green tea hill in Gia Lai Society

Attracting green tea hill in Gia Lai

The best experience about the tea hill in Bien Ho (Sea Lake) in Gia Lai province is the majestic mountains alongside the red dirt roads embracing the green tea hill.
HCM City ‘surprisingly new’ in New York Times story Travel

HCM City ‘surprisingly new’ in New York Times story

“For a place with so much history – decades of wartime and occupation have left their scars – Ho Chi Minh City feels surprisingly new,” the New York Times Style Magazine starts in a recently-published story about the “vibrant, stylish, youthful” city.