Villagers started life anew on a shoestring, with financial support from the local government and corporate and private donors
The visit is part of her charitable activities in the locality
He learned to write with his mouth and helps children write beautifully
Adults here are wedged between penury and low awareness
The problem seems to spiral out of government control
All 126 villagers were safely evacuated just before the disaster
The village, shrouded in mist these days, is brightened by murals
A village in a northern province which has long been known for raising carp and supplying the fish for a Tet (Lunar New Year) ritual is teeming with life ahead of the holiday.
Vietnamese environmental protection authorities have just released a list of pollution-linked “cancer villages” upon the conclusion of a project’s initial phase.
Farmers across the country these days have stepped up cultivation of flowers for Tet (Lunar New Year,) which is one month away, but they’re worried that sales may dampen on increased production and bountiful supplies.
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