The force will be mobilized to assist in crime fighting efforts in urgent situations, especially in remote and isolated areas
An ongoing installation exhibit in Hanoi is showcasing horses made from traditional Vietnamese paper, and conveying images highlighting the ties between Vietnam and France
As demand for the bone paste of rare all-white and white horses is increasing for its perceived medicinal properties, local horse dealers have begun dying their horses’ hair white to deceive naïve customers
Though the number of horse-drawn carriages in Binh Dinh is dwindling, visitors can still embark on sightseeing tours in the carriages across the land rich with history
The Bac Ha horse race, part of the Hanoi event featuring ethnic minority cultural activities that closed on Feb 15, drew thousands of spectators.
An exhibit, "Horses and dragon horses", ongoing until Feb 10, highlights some 70 photos of reliefs of normal and dragon horses, which adorn the edifices in the UNESCO-recognized Hue royal palace.
Horses are being meticulously looked after like children at the Suoi Dau ranch in the central province of Khanh Hoa because their blood can help save lives
As the Year of the Horse is only some days away, Phuc Am votive paper making village in Hanoi is working full steam to cater to bulk orders on their dexterously crafted paper horses.
Representatives of ethnic minority peoples in nine provinces will showcase their traditional activities, including horse racing, at the fest “Spring hues from all over the country”, to run in Hanoi from Feb 15 to 17.
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