Culture - Sports

Museum puts evolution on show

The Vietnam National Museum of Nature, designed to be the leading museum of its kind in Vietnam, opened a new exhibition hall on the evolution of living things on May 16.
Society

Film encourages people to say no to tiger bone glue

Education for Nature - Vietnam (ENV) has just released a short film calling upon people to join hands to stop the killing of tigers by saying no to tiger bone glue, the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Online Newspaper reported.
Society

Hanoi's parks to drop admission charges

The People's Committee of Hanoi must abolish collecting money as entrance fees at major parks in the inner capital city, the city's People's Council has ruled.
Khmer honour Moon God Culture - Sports

Khmer honour Moon God

Prayers for good health, prosperity and happiness are the foundation for most festivals worldwide and it is no different for the Khmer community in the Cuu Long ( Mekong ) Delta.
Culture - Sports

Soc Trang builds up to boat race festival

The first regional “Ngo” boat race festival, a traditional race among ethnic Khmer in the Mekong Delta, is slated for November 14-17 in the southern province of Soc Trang with 61 teams on the waiting list.
Culture - Sports

Nature Museum expands displays

The Vietnam National Museum of Nature under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology is building a new exhibition hall on the evolution of living things, which is expected to help it become the leading museum of its kind in Vietnam.
Tigers appear in northern Yen Bai province Society

Tigers appear in northern Yen Bai province

Authorities in northern Yen Bai province's Luc Yen district have confirmed the existence of tigers in the local forest, according to Chairman of the district People's Committee Hoang Kim Trong.
Environment

Nation denies WWF claim of negligence

The CITES Authority of Vietnam has rejected a World Wide Fund for Nature report that rates Vietnam as the worst performer in wild animal protection, saying it is not objective or thorough.