Farmers in An Giang reap bumper rice crop Business

Farmers in An Giang reap bumper rice crop

Farmers in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang have done extremely well from the recent summer-autumn rice crop despite facing challenges since the beginning of the year, in particular from saline intrusion.
Kien Giang maps out marine-economy plan Business

Kien Giang maps out marine-economy plan

The Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang has been developing a sustainable marine economy in recent years by taking steps to increase the output and value of its marine-based products.
Stunning vista of Ly Son Island Travel

Stunning vista of Ly Son Island

Located 30 kilometres from the central province of Quang Ngai’s Sa Ky port, Ly Son Island has gained growing reputation amongst both domestic and foreign tourists. Besides, it is probably the one place on earth where people will never find any vampires as this is the Kingdom of Garlic.
Ecosystem off Cham Islands recovers after COVID-19 Environment

Ecosystem off Cham Islands recovers after COVID-19

Less tourism activities and waste around the Cham Islands – a world biodiversity reserve site – would help the marine ecosystem in waters off the islands recover after the two-month social distancing order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five sea creatures to be conserved in Ly Son island Environment

Five sea creatures to be conserved in Ly Son island

The Management Board of Ly Son Marine Protected Area (MPA) has proposed a gene protection programme for five endangered sea creatures, namely mummy fish, or sea cucumber (holothurian nobilis), abalone (haliotis sorenseni), tropical rock lobster (panulirus ornatus), maxima clam (tridacna maxima) and red seaweed (laurencia intermedia), which have been over-fished in waters off the island.
Another RO water purifier presented to Ben Tre province Society

Another RO water purifier presented to Ben Tre province

National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on April 30 attended a ceremony to hand over a RO water purifier to the authority of Giong Trom district in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre which aims to meet the demand of fresh water for local people.
Localities hit by saline intrusion receive assistance Society

Localities hit by saline intrusion receive assistance

Saline intrusion this year in Vinh Long province has arrived a month earlier than usual and is forecast to be much more severe than in previous years. Given the situation, many organisations and individuals have assisted locals with water tanks and purifiers.