Three Binh Dinh fishermen adrift at sea saved Society

Three Binh Dinh fishermen adrift at sea saved

China’s Hong Kong cargo ship FORTUNEIRS rescued three fishermen on board BD 97469 TS fishing boat on October 29, which went missing on two days earlier while attempting to return to the mainland to avoid storm Molave.
Vietnam seeks sustainable development of fisheries Business

Vietnam seeks sustainable development of fisheries

Fisheries output is expected to reach 8.2 million tonnes this year, much higher than the target of 6.5 – 7 million tonnes set under a 2016 -20 sustainable seafood development programme, according to the Directorate of Fisheries.
Storm Molave causes damages in central region Society

Storm Molave causes damages in central region

As of 6 am on October 29, Storm Molave caused two deaths, left 55 people missing, injured 28 people and damaged 2,527 houses in central Vietnam, reported the Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.
Forces rush to search for storm victims Society

Forces rush to search for storm victims

Nguyen Van Tien, Deputy Chief of the Office of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, on October 29 asked cities and provinces affected by Storm Molave to continue following instructions on disaster response.
Van Chai fishing village: Hidden charm of Sam Son beach city Destinations

Van Chai fishing village: Hidden charm of Sam Son beach city

Not many people have heard about Van Chai village, a hundreds-of-year-old fishing village situated in the bustling Sam Son beach city in Thanh Hoa province. However, once they see the vibrant life of locals there, the village would definitely be a must-visit destination in their bucket list when they come back to the beach city.
Localities brace for storm Molave Society

Localities brace for storm Molave

Tropical Storm Molave entered the East Sea on October 26, becoming the ninth storm hitting Vietnam this year. As it is forecast to be a ferocious storm which could result in heavy downpours and landfalls in central provinces, many localities have been swiftly conducting prepping measures against it.
Vietnamese, Malaysian foreign ministers hold virtual talks Politics

Vietnamese, Malaysian foreign ministers hold virtual talks

Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh held virtual talks with Malaysian Foreign Minister Hishammuddin Hussein on October 23 during which the two officials agreed to increase the bilateral exchange of views and with other ASEAN member states on regional and international issues, including the East Sea.
Vietnam, Indonesia intensify marine, fisheries cooperation Politics

Vietnam, Indonesia intensify marine, fisheries cooperation

Vietnamese Ambassador to Indonesia Pham Vinh Quang had a working session on October 16 with the host country’s Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Edhy Prabowo to exchange views on measures to intensify bilateral marine and fisheries cooperation.
Typhoon Nangka to hit mainland on October 14 Environment

Typhoon Nangka to hit mainland on October 14

Typhoon Nangka, the seventh in the East Sea so far this year, is moving fast and is forecast to hit the mainland on October 14, a meeting of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control on October 13 heard.
Vietnam striving to combat IUU fishing: Spanish official World

Vietnam striving to combat IUU fishing: Spanish official

Vice Chairman of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam Rubén Saornil Mínguez recently appreciated efforts by the Vietnamese Government, businesses and fishermen in fighting illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing following the European Commission (EC)’s recommendations.
Khanh Hoa fishermen benefiting from fishing technology Business

Khanh Hoa fishermen benefiting from fishing technology

Fishermen in south-central Khanh Hoa province have begun to apply technology in fishing over recent years and posted remarkable results in terms of catches and earnings. Modern technology has helped them improve their standard of living while also protecting national sovereignty at sea.
Fish stocks in East Sea fall sharply World

Fish stocks in East Sea fall sharply

Excessive fishing has caused fish stocks in the East Sea to plunge 95 percent since 1950, a recent report of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) showed.