Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to adapt to new context Business

Hanoi’s tourism sector moves to adapt to new context

The fourth wave of COVID-19 has taken a heavy toll on tourism in Vietnam, including Hanoi, but it has also opened up opportunities to restructure this industry, change approaches to the market, and align products to travellers’ demand and the reality, according to insiders.
Incense-making Quang Phu Cau village Society

Incense-making Quang Phu Cau village

Quang Phu Cau village in Ung Hoa district, 35 kilometres from downtown of Hanoi, is famous for its century-old craft of making incense. Everywhere in Cau Bau, Phu Luong Thuong, and Dao Tu hamlets in the village, the streets have blazed pink and red of incense sticks.
Travel firms in HCM City resume selling tours Society

Travel firms in HCM City resume selling tours

Travel firms in Ho Chi Minh City have resumed selling tours as the southern metropolis has allowed tourism services in “green zones” after a period of social distancing due to COVID-19.
Vietnam Motor Show 2021 cancelled Business

Vietnam Motor Show 2021 cancelled

Vietnam Motor Show 2021, the largest annual automobile and motorbike expo in the country, has been cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic impacts, the organising board announced on October 13.
Hanoi - Past and present brought to life in paintings Culture - Sports

Hanoi - Past and present brought to life in paintings

The beauty of Hanoi, which lies in its ancient sites and vibrant life, is featured in 200 paintings from artist Van Duong Thanh. The paintings are now on show at the “Hanoi in Van Duong Thanh’s paintings” exhibition organised to mark the 67th anniversary of Hanoi Liberation Day, on October 10.
Fourth wave of COVID-19 severely affects labour market Society

Fourth wave of COVID-19 severely affects labour market

The severe and prolonged fourth wave of COVID-19 seriously affected the Vietnamese labour market, pushing the rate and number of underemployed people in the third quarter this year to the highest level in the past 10 years.
VinFast sees rising sales in September Business

VinFast sees rising sales in September

Automaker VinFast, a subsidiary of conglomerate Vingroup, sold 3,497 vehicles in September, posting a month-on-month surge of 51.4 percent despite the COVID-19 pandemic.