Ca Mau reports serious erosion in western sea dyke Environment

Ca Mau reports serious erosion in western sea dyke

Serious erosion has been spotted at many sections on the sea dykes along the western coast in the southernmost province of Ca Mau, posing threat to fields inside the dyke, said the province’s steering committee for natural disaster control and search and rescue on August 5.
Mekong Delta begins relief work after bad weather Society

Mekong Delta begins relief work after bad weather

Authorities in the Mekong Delta are mobilising personnel and funds to provide relief and rehabilitation after houses, crops and dykes were damaged by the impact of tropical storm Sinlaku in the last few days.
Vietnam brings new vitality to ASEAN ASEAN

Vietnam brings new vitality to ASEAN

Vietnam’s entry into ASEAN on July 28, 1995, brought ‘new dynamism’ to the bloc, Ambassador Kamsiah Kamaruddin, head of the Malaysian permanent mission to ASEAN, said in a recent interview with Vietnam News Agency correspondents in Jakarta.
Tay Ninh holds memorial services for 149 volunteer martyrs Society

Tay Ninh holds memorial services for 149 volunteer martyrs

The southern province of Tay Ninh on July 25 held memorial and burial services for the remains of 149 Vietnamese volunteer soldiers who fell down in Cambodia during the wartime, as part of the activities marking Vietnam’s Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).
Digital transformation key to media survival Sci-Tech

Digital transformation key to media survival

While news agencies are facing decreasing revenues from readership, advertisement and the State budget, digital transformation is required to help media survive, develop and catch up with the developments of the region and the world, said Hoang Vinh Bao, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications.