Vietnam handed over the ‘An Nam Dai Quoc Hoa Do’ to the House of European History in Brussels, Belgium
The vehicle might be destroyed as punishment for depiction of the illicit ‘nine-dash line’
The cars were borrowed from a Chinese company
There are currently 562 locations at risk of coastal and riverbank subsidence in the region
National broadcaster Vietnam Television (VTV) has recently been slapped with a fine of over US$1,000 for airing a show featuring an air route map which misplaced Hanoi in a Chinese province and provided incorrect information in its footage on the recent Nepal earthquake rescue efforts
National broadcaster Vietnam Television (VTV) has halted the airing of a show for featuring an air route map which misplaced Hanoi in a Chinese province and failed to include Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes
Over 30 ceramic maps accentuating Vietnam’s sovereignty are being displayed at an ongoing exhibit in southern Vietnam’s Dong Nai Province, while another exhibit in Hanoi accentuates the antiques, maps and artworks on the same topic.
A local artisan on Friday showcased his three maps created with the soil fetched from war veteran cemeteries in 63 cities and provinces the country over.
Over one hundred thousand photos featuring Vietnam’s landscape and people, particularly steadfast island soldiers, will be collaged into the country’s map
One-third of Da Lat Map Enterprise, a century-old, French-style edifice which holds a monumental, historical, and architectural value, was burned down during a blaze early yesterday, June 9
- Electrofishing rife on Ho Chi Minh City canal
- Vietnam police arrest assistant to deputy PM over test kit scandal
- Indian senior executive gets 15 years for embezzling $78,000 in Vietnam
- Ho Chi Minh City to conduct test run of first metro line’s elevated section this month
- Pangolin found looking for food in Ho Chi Minh City alley