Peaceful life on Truong Sa Society

Peaceful life on Truong Sa

Forty-five years after the reunification in 1975, generations of soldiers and people in Truong Sa island district, Khanh Hoa province, have steadfastly stayed on the islands and continue to work on the sea. Their sacrifice and efforts have brought about a new look for Truong Sa archipelago and breathed a new life into the islands.
COVID-19 patient in Ha Giang declared fully recovered Health

COVID-19 patient in Ha Giang declared fully recovered

Vietnam’s 268th COVID-19 patient, who was quarantined and treated at the Dong Van General Hospital in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, was declared to have fully recovered from the disease on April 30.
Vietnam begins testing HIV through saliva Health

Vietnam begins testing HIV through saliva

Much like home testing kits, the oral HIV quick test method will be launched in Vietnam for the first time, said an official of the Ministry of Health’s (MoH) Vietnam Administration for HIV/AIDS Control (VAAC).
Lai Chau settlers happy with their new life Videos

Lai Chau settlers happy with their new life

Over 2,000 households have been evicted for the construction of Lai Chau hydropower plant. To date,the lives of local people living near the plant basin have been stabilised in new places.
Doctors on remote island Videos

Doctors on remote island

When talking about Truong Sa archipelago, people think of soldiers safeguarding national sovereignty and territory. But they also should think about doctors who silently contribute to the archipelago.