Hanoi students promote local tourist attractions Travel

Hanoi students promote local tourist attractions

As many as 300 students in Hanoi will promote cultural and historical values of the local tourist attractions when joining the “Supporting Thang Long-Hanoi Tourism” programme launched by the municipal Department of Tourism on March 22.
PM encourages youths to promote voluntary role in national matters Politics

PM encourages youths to promote voluntary role in national matters

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on March 20 called on young people to continue promoting their voluntary role in the implementation of the country’s common tasks involving labour issues, economic development, cultural preservation, political stability, and defence-security reinforcement.
Only 1.68 percent of population donate blood Health

Only 1.68 percent of population donate blood

Vietnam collected 1.336 million blood units in 2018, of which 98.3 percent were donated by volunteer donors who account for only 1.68 percent of the nation’s population, heard a conference held by the National Steering Committee for Voluntary Blood Donation in Hanoi on March 12.
Cambodian press highlights Vietnamese top leader’s visit World

Cambodian press highlights Vietnamese top leader’s visit

Major newspapers of Cambodia, including the Phnom Penh Post, Khmer Times and Thmey Thmey have run a series of stories on the State visit to Cambodia of General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam and President Nguyen Phu Trong on February 25-26.
Vietnamese, Cambodian women promote solidarity, cooperation Society

Vietnamese, Cambodian women promote solidarity, cooperation

The Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) and the Cambodian Women for Peace and Development (CWPD) organised an exchange in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang on February 23 to mark the 40th anniversary of the victory of Vietnam’s southwest border defence war and the fall of the genocidal Pol Pot regime.
Blood banks face severe shortage after Tet Health

Blood banks face severe shortage after Tet

Blood reserves at the National Blood Centre under the Central Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion will only be enough to cover the next three days, warned deputy director of the institute Pham Tuan Duong.