Thailand temporarily limits cargo trucks World

Thailand temporarily limits cargo trucks

Thai Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Varawut Silpa-archa said on January 16 that all cargo trucks will be temporarily allowed to ply Bangkok streets only on every two days in order to reduce the volume of the city's airborne dust.
Thailand to fine vehicles with black smoke World

Thailand to fine vehicles with black smoke

The Thai Ministry of Transport warned on January 13 that authorities will impose hefty fines on vehicles with exhaust emissions that exceed safe limits as an effort to reduce pollution caused by the PM 2.5.
Vietnamese woman injured in farm fire in Russia Society

Vietnamese woman injured in farm fire in Russia

A woman suffering serious burns in a farm fire in Ramenskoye town of Moscow Oblast, Russia, on January 7 has been identified as a Vietnamese citizen, according to Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang.
Mong ethnic people celebrate New Year Culture - Sports

Mong ethnic people celebrate New Year

The annual traditional holiday of the Mong ethnic minority group, known as Nao Pe Chau, takes place at the end of the 11th lunar month. The event is held to celebrate the end of the harvest and spend time relaxing together.
Bac Ninh moves towards green tourism Travel

Bac Ninh moves towards green tourism

Boasting a long list of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, the northern province of Bac Ninh has huge potential to develop its non-smoke industry.
Visiting Mang Thit - The ancient city of bricks Travel

Visiting Mang Thit - The ancient city of bricks

The craft villages making bricks and pottery have been in Mang Thit district for a long time, making it one of the areas with the largest handicraft brick and pottery kilns in the Mekong Delta region.