Quang Ngai farmers go organic Business

Quang Ngai farmers go organic

Farmers in central Quang Ngai province have come up with many ideas to protect their vegetable gardens from insects without using pesticides.
Thailand eyes green agriculture World

Thailand eyes green agriculture

The Ministry of Agriculture of Thailand is preparing to move 13 herbs and spices local farmers use as green pesticides into a lower toxicity classification in a bid to promote green agriculture.
Businesses need to be aware of post-crisis traps Business

Businesses need to be aware of post-crisis traps

Even when a crisis peaks and begins to decrease, it continues to negatively impact and deeply erode an economy, severely injuring businesses. It’s happened in the past, and businesses need to be aware of it to avoid being trapped.
Lac Village: Tourism starts bouncing back Destinations

Lac Village: Tourism starts bouncing back

After weeks of avoiding travelling due to fears of COVID-19, many people have started travelling again thanks to improvements in epidemic prevention in Vietnam. Story from Lac village in Hoa Binh province.
Pho, not just a food Culture - Sports

Pho, not just a food

Vietnam has chosen December 12 every year as 'Pho Day' to honour the dish. Hoang Ho writes about the significance of the noodle soup.
Banh gio, softest rice dough dumpling Society

Banh gio, softest rice dough dumpling

Banh gio (rice dough dumpling with minced pork and wood ear mushrooms inside) is favoured as a breakfast dish and as an after-school supper dish for children.
Story of Vietnamese “banh mi” introduced in foreign newspaper Society

Story of Vietnamese “banh mi” introduced in foreign newspaper

“Hard to resist” is what Theign Yie Phan, a head chef of a restaurant, describes Vietnamese “banh mi” (sandwich), which opens an article entitled “Story of the banh mi: Vietnam’s super sandwich that took on the world” run in the South China Morning Post.
Dong Thap to flood rice fields for fertility Society

Dong Thap to flood rice fields for fertility

The Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap plans to release floodwaters into 90,200ha of rice fields in this year’s rainy season to fertilise the soil and flush away rice disease pathogens.