Top legislator sends greetings on Australia Day Politics

Top legislator sends greetings on Australia Day

National Assembly (NA) Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue sent a letter of greetings to Andrew Wallace, Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives, and Slade Brockman, President of the Australian Senate, on the occasion of Australia Day (January 26, 1788 – 2022).
Thailand strives to contain oil spillover at sea  World

Thailand strives to contain oil spillover at sea

Thailand on January 26 mobilised its navy and other agencies to contain an oil spill after an estimated 160,000 litres leaked from an undersea pipeline about 20 km (12.4 miles) off its industrialised eastern seaboard.
Over 7,800 tonnes of rice earmarked for localities on Tet  Society

Over 7,800 tonnes of rice earmarked for localities on Tet

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai has recently signed a decision assigning the Finance Ministry to earmark over 7,820 tonnes of rice from the national reserve to 10 provinces on the occasion of the Lunar New Year and the between-crop period in early 2022.
Health Ministry urges favourable conditions for entrants on Tet  Society

Health Ministry urges favourable conditions for entrants on Tet

The Ministry of Health (MoH) on January 26 sent a document to the ministries of foreign affairs, national defence, public security and transport, and people’s committees of centrally-run cities and provinces on creating favourable conditions for entrants to Vietnam on the occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
Tiger head-shaped insignia in Hue royal architecture Culture - Sports

Tiger head-shaped insignia in Hue royal architecture

As “Ho phu” (tiger head-shaped insignia) is believed to bring longevity and eternal life as well as ward off evil, it is used as decoration in the archways of Hue royal palaces and tombs. Various kinds of “Ho phu” were created by the skilled hands of ancient artisans.
Tam Dao becomes national tourist site Destinations

Tam Dao becomes national tourist site

Tam Dao area in the northern province of Vinh Phuc has been recognised as a National Tourist Site under a just-signed decision by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.