Phu Yen attracts visitors for its wild beauty Travel

Phu Yen attracts visitors for its wild beauty

Although Phu Yen is not quite a well-known destination in Vietnam’s tourism map, the province is surely “a promised land” thanks to its wild but romantic landscapes, the Saigon Times Daily reported.
Business

Vinamarine mulls over two new shipping routes

The Vietnam Maritime Administration (Vinamarine) is considering opening two more coastal shipping routes with the first linking the south-central province of Binh Thuan and Kien Giang in the Mekong Delta, and the other from Quang Binh to Da Nang city on the central coast, the Saigon Times Daily reported.
Society

Ninh Thuan strengthens childcare work

The south central province of Ninh Thuan has carried out a string of activities to promote its child protection and care work as well as help local disadvantaged children integrate into community.
VNA presents house to AO victim in Binh Thuan Society

VNA presents house to AO victim in Binh Thuan

The Vietnam News Agency (VNA)’s Fund for Agent Orange (AO) Victims on January 19 handed over a 30 million VND (1,400 USD) house to an AO sufferer in the south central province of Binh Thuan.
Ninh Thuan bustles with Kate Festival in October Society

Ninh Thuan bustles with Kate Festival in October

The annual Kate Festival of Cham ethnic minorities who follow the Brahmin religion in the south central province of Ninh Thuan begins on October 4. The festival is an occasion for the Cham people to pay their respect to their heroes.
Health

Australian scientist shares strategies on dengue elimination

Professor Scott O’Neill, who is the leader of the “Global Eliminate Dengue Research Programme” and Dean of Science Faculty at Monash University (Australia), chaired a roundtable and gave a lecture on dengue elimination at the Hanoi Medical University on June 11.