Young talent swimming towards Olympic dreams Culture - Sports

Young talent swimming towards Olympic dreams

The first Vietnamese athlete to clinch a spot in the country’s 2020 Tokyo Olympics team, swimmer Nguyen Huy Hoang then suffered the disappointment of seeing the world’s largest sporting event delayed by a year due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Tu Lan Cave – untouched beauty of the nature Travel

Tu Lan Cave – untouched beauty of the nature

Son Doong of central Quang Binh province, crowned the biggest cave on the planet in 2009, continues to grab the headlines. But that doesn’t mean it deserves all the attention. The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park offers every caving experience imaginable. The Tu Lan cave system, one of Vietnam’s most diverse subterranean kingdoms, has become a newly-emerging destination for backpackers.
Must visit places in Binh Dinh Destinations

Must visit places in Binh Dinh

Binh Dinh province has long been famous for its beautiful locations from the sea to the island and the annual historical beauty spots attracting many domestic and foreign tourists.
H’Hen Nie visits Garden of Eden Society

H’Hen Nie visits Garden of Eden

Former Miss Universe H’Hen Nie has recently returned from a journey to discover Son Doong Cave in central Quang Binh province. The trip left her with special memories, marking the moment she stepped away from the glory of the crown and returned to an ordinary life.
Vietnam looks to tackle injury, accidents Society

Vietnam looks to tackle injury, accidents

As many as 3,600 injuries are reported every day in Vietnam, killing about 90 people, said Deputy Health Minister Nguyen Truong Son at a national scientific conference on injury prevention in Hanoi on November 12.
River turns swimming class Society

River turns swimming class

Drowning among children is a huge concern in many countries. To reduce the risk, Nghe Hai commune, Cua Lo district, Nghe An province has opened swimming classes for children on Lam Giang river.