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Traveling in Vietnam by train

On July 20, 1885, the first train departed from Saigon and arrived in My Tho in the Mekong Delta, marking the birth of Vietnam’s railway industry and making it one of only a few countries with a modern railway network at that time. 137 years later, the railway network has a total length of 2,600 km, connecting residential areas and agricultural and industrial centres from the north to the south.
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Hanoi train street bustling after COVID-19

Hundreds of domestic and foreign visitors have flocked to the train street in Hanoi each day after a two-year hiatus induced by COVID-19 and closure for traffic safety.
Japanese group helps Ninh Thuan train medical students Health

Japanese group helps Ninh Thuan train medical students

A medical vocational school in the south-central province of Ninh Thuan on August 15 signed an agreement with Japan’s Genki Group to enhance cooperation in training Vietnamese workforce in health care, social welfare and education.
Philippine boxers train in Thailand ahead of SEA Games 31 ASEAN

Philippine boxers train in Thailand ahead of SEA Games 31

The Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (ABAP) has chosen Thailand to hold training courses for its fighters ahead of the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31), which, its President Ed Picson said, is a carefully considered decision to help athletes make necessary preparations.