Blindness rate drops strongly in Vietnam Health

Blindness rate drops strongly in Vietnam

The rate of blindness among people 50 years old and older has dropped strongly in the past decade, standing at 1.3 percent in 2015 from 3.1 percent in 2008, according to the latest survey conducted in 14 cities and provinces in 2015.
Tra Vinh lures 50 projects in nine months Business

Tra Vinh lures 50 projects in nine months

The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh lured 50 investment projects in the first nine months of this year, including 47 domestically-invested projects worth over 6.2 trillion VND and three foreign-invested ones with a combined capital of more than 100.4 million USD.
Indonesia encourages more direct flights to Vietnam to boost tourism ties World

Indonesia encourages more direct flights to Vietnam to boost tourism ties

The Indonesian Government is encouraging the opening of direct air routes from Jakarta to Hanoi, as well as the operation of charter flights from the capital city and Surabaya, the second largest city of the country, to Da Nang, aiming to promote tourism between the two countries, according to Indonesia’s news agency Antara.
Uncle Ho and his great love for children Politics

Uncle Ho and his great love for children

President Ho Chi Minh always cared about children. In his testament, he also spent touching words for kids. His great love for children has deeply impressed generations of Vietnamese people.