Have a nice Sunday!
-- Border soldiers in the northern city of Hai Phong have detained a Chinese oil tanker for violating Vietnam’s marine sovereignty. The vessel, with more than 100,000 liters of diesel oil on board, had been caught trespassing on the Tonkin Gulf on Thursday.
-- A flight of Cambodian carrier Angkor Air with 21 passengers aboard slid out of a runway at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City while attempting to land on Saturday afternoon.Business
-- Budget carrier Jetstar Pacific said on Saturday that they will offer services between Hue and Nha Trang, two tourist hubs in the central and south-central provinces of Thua Thien-Hue and Khanh Hoa respectively, on Monday, with two flights on the Airbus 320-180 each week.
-- A recent inspection has showed that the Deposit Insurance of Vietnam had spent over VND 48 billion (US$2.1million) on salary payment against regulations from 2011 to 2013.
-- In recent years, a number of unscrupulous businesses have sold poor-quality consumer goods of unclear origin in many Mekong Delta provinces.
-- A project for young people, Street Food at the Weekend, which offers for sale a variety of street food delights, was run for the first time at the Youth Culture House in downtown Ho Chi Minh City on Saturday.
Education -- Two tenth graders from the central city of Da Nang took home the second prize at a national technological innovation contest’s southern region round meant for high school students, with a house model that helps residents near a notorious landfill in the city cope better with undesirable effects of pollution.