Cambodia to clamp down on fake online news World

Cambodia to clamp down on fake online news

The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts of Cambodia has warned that social media users who broadcast images, audio and video clips with content of a sexual nature, that is inflammatory or racist and harms culture and national traditions are forbidden and will be punished.
Online tool enables foreigners to “travel” to Vietnam Videos

Online tool enables foreigners to “travel” to Vietnam

Foreigners can now experience the next best thing to a holiday in Vietnam via an online tool called “Stay at Home with Vietnam”, which has been launched by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and the Vietnam Tourism Advisory Board.
Online tool enables foreigners to “travel” to Vietnam Travel

Online tool enables foreigners to “travel” to Vietnam

Foreigners can now experience the next best thing to a holiday in Vietnam via an online tool called “Stay at Home with Vietnam”, which was launched by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the Vietnam Tourism Advisory Board on April 20
The all-out war on fake news Society

The all-out war on fake news

Facing the boom of fake news amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) has worked with the Da LAB band to reintroduce “rap news”, a creative type of news bulletin, via the video clip “Khong Fake News” (No Fake News).
“Soldiers” on frontline of battle against fake news Society

“Soldiers” on frontline of battle against fake news

Alongside the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, there is another battle that is also as fierce and challenging – the battle against the waves of fake news. In this front, journalists have to rush into “hot spots” of the disease and use their photos, videos and articles as weapons to fight fake news.
VietnamPlus e-newspaper launches Russian version Society

VietnamPlus e-newspaper launches Russian version

VietnamPlus, an e-newspaper of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA), launched its Russian version at https://ru.vietnamplus.vn on March 3, raising the number of languages it is publishing to six, including Vietnamese, English, Chinese, French and Spanish.
Russian version of VietnamPlus e-newspaper makes debut Society

Russian version of VietnamPlus e-newspaper makes debut

VietnamPlus, an e-newspaper of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA), launched its Russian version at https://ru.vietnamplus.vn on March 3, raising the number of languages it is publishing to six, including Vietnamese, English, Chinese, French and Spanish.