Captain Bay was forced to steer his hijacked jet at gunpoint while the bodies of his colleagues lay on the cockpit floor
‘Never in their lives had they seen a bird with such a huge body and thunderous roar as the iron flying machine in front of their very eyes’
Businesses have been actively conducting dredging projects to dredge sand for export, paying little attention to the environmental impacts left by the resource’s overexploitation
The emaciated women cannot eat as the smell of kerosene puts them off their food
Vietnam’s sand is being sold to foreign buyers at dirt cheap prices, at least according to customs papers
Two Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper reporters followed ships transporting sand dredged in Vietnam to Singapore
A first-generation hybrid gayal bull is to welcome his first-ever calf, which will be a first of its kind occurrence
More and more Taiwanese are joining Vietnamese courses to learn more about the language and culture of their children’s foreign wives
Holidaymakers can also visit a village where every roof is adorned with the Vietnamese flag
A 72-year-old Viet Kieu architect has helped transform the ailing Triem Tay Village into a flourishing ecotourism site
The three women’s restaurant chain, located mainly in downtown Ho Chi Minh City, offers dinner dishes representing different countries and a tasteful décor
Vu Duy Thuc is the youngest Vietnamese ever to have finished doctoral program at Stanford
Her daughter fell victim to human trafficking; now she works to ensure no other girl experiences that horror.
One of the two academicians speaks flawless Vietnamese and has a Vietnamese wife and two children
The idyllic, lesser-known scenery in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long also makes the inimitable background for bridal photos
Have you ever heard of beer made from rambutan, passion fruit, lychee, jasmine, and even durian?