Youth ideas for cleaning ocean awarded Environment

Youth ideas for cleaning ocean awarded

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in cooperation with the Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An World Biosphere Reserve held a ceremony on December 11 to award winning teams of the Youth Innovative Ideas for an Ocean without Plastic programme.
Driftwood becomes art Society

Driftwood becomes art

With skillful hands and creativity of Lua Décor craftsmen, driftwood has become beautiful art products.
Hoi An tackling aftermath of Storm Molave Videos

Hoi An tackling aftermath of Storm Molave

Though Storm Molave did not damage Hoi An ancient town’s architecture, local people still suffered a great deal when the rains arrived, having not long ago recovered from a second wave of COVID-19.
Circular economy key for rapid and sustainable development Business

Circular economy key for rapid and sustainable development

A circular economy is the future of every nation’s economy, of all production and business activities. It is the key for rapid and sustainable development, participants heard at a recent forum, entitled “Circular Economy: Direction for Sustainable Businesses in Vietnam”.
Cleaning process begins in Hoi An after Typhoon Molave Society

Cleaning process begins in Hoi An after Typhoon Molave

Hoi An experienced storms and floods every year but natural disasters this year left so much destruction. Though Typhoon Molave did not damage Hoi An ancient town's architecture, local people still suffered a great deal from the storm.
Thailand, Indonesia see new COVID-19 developments World

Thailand, Indonesia see new COVID-19 developments

Thailand has deployed three mobile testing vehicles to Mae Sot district (Tak province) on the border with Myanmar on October 12 to conduct testing for COVID-19 on both Thai and Myanmar nationals considered at risk.
Ho Chi Minh City aims to be rubbish-free Videos

Ho Chi Minh City aims to be rubbish-free

More than 71 percent of wards and communes in Ho Chi Minh City have been recognised as “clean” areas - one of the outstanding results of the 200-day emulation movement held to celebrate its upcoming municipal Party Congress. The movement also had a positive spill-over effect, helping the city take steps towards becoming “a rubbish-free city”.