Hundreds of stunning origami works were showcased during the exhibition.
Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper plans to organize Pho Day on December 12 with sponsorship from Acecook.
A farmer in northern Vietnam with only a 7th grade education has created over 30 different agricultural machines.
The exhibition will last until December 10.
Though deemed illegal, fishing with electric shock devices is popular throughout Vietnam.
The new facility at 198 Hoang Van Thu Street, Phu Nhuan District is the largest center of its kind in southern Vietnam.
Websites offering fake Vietnamese banknotes are everywhere.
The wooden sofa set weighs around seven metric tons.
It is estimated that the canal loses 50 tons of fish every year due to both pollution and overfishing.
Fruit shops meeting food safety regulations will receive a certificate and an official sticker to help customers make well-informed decisions.
A teacher in north-central Quang Binh Province is utilizing discarded plastic to make flower pots.
The 1,500 square meter museum is located in Hoa Binh Theater in District 10.
Over 10,000 stamps were on display at the exhibition.
500 households in Tra Xinh Commune, Tay Tra District have been cut off by the natural disaster.
A doctor in Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa Province owns a collection of over 300 antique oil lamps.
The fish weighs 5kg and measures around 50 cm long.