The owner of the farm has been missing since disaster struck
Chickens and ducks of local farmers also died after eating the dead fish
Some of the fish weighed up to 10 kilograms
A Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper investigation has shown that a number of mindless residents have elevated angling along a revived canal in Ho Chi Minh City from an undesirable pastime to an ecologically damaging livelihood by electrocuting fish
Visitors to the Mekong Delta region in southern Vietnam are now pampered with a wide array of rustic delights, including fishing and admiring lotuses on ecological tours
As Tet (Lunar New Year) is nearing in Vietnam, the market for ornamental fish, including those worth almost US$1,000, is heating up, with people buying them to display around their homes or give as costly gifts
Manually draining ditches to catch fish is a long-standing practice in several Mekong Delta provinces in Vietnam and if tourists are lucky enough, they might find themselves in such an intriguing sight during Tet (Lunar New Year) tours
If you’re seeking both relaxation and a tingling massage, why not go for a fish massage, available at cafes and spas in Ho Chi Minh City?
"Koi" fish, "nishikigoi" in Japanese, which can fetch up to US$20,000 apiece, are an emerging, exorbitant indulgence among wealthy locals.
Just like every year, a few weeks before Tet, Dai Hoang villagers in Ha Nam province have had their hands full braising fish - a Tet delicacy - and distributing them across the country.
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- Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News - September 18