In this second installment, we’ll look at the illegal logging of Fokienia trees in Yen Bai and Son La Provinces.
After a long period of drying up, Ba Om Pond, a famous tourist attraction in the southern Tra Vinh Province, is being restored by the local authorities
Since mid-July, local residents in Saigon have been excited to see four exercise bicycles that power water-purifying machines cleaning contaminated water taken from the canal installed along its sides
This is an antique villa located at number 12, Ly Tu Trong Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. It is being demolished, causing great regret to many surrounding residents
The mass fish deaths in four central Vietnamese provinces have caused great damage to many people and the environment. The culprit has finally been identified: wastewater from the Formosa steel plant in Ha Tinh Province
On June 30, the Hanoi Railway Company launched a new, rapid and high-quality train route from Ho Chi Minh City to the tourist town of Nha Trang in south-central Vietnam to serve an increasing number of customers during the summer
On July 3, the administration of Hoang Sa District in Da Nang City and the municipal Association of History Science jointly organized a donation ceremony to receive historical documents and artifacts related to Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago
In the last two months, Vietnamese young diners have added the dish into their list of favorite foods in Ho Chi Minh City.
Given the country’s huge demand for clean water, and the government’s need to develop water infrastructure, U.S. companies are looking at opportunities to enter and expand their operations in Vietnam.
A woman who had carried a bullet in her body for 40 years has recently had an operation at the Can Tho General Hospital in southern Vietnam.
The Children’s Hospital 2 has recently been recognized as a city-level Architectural Heritage Site, according to the municipal Department of Culture and Sports. This is the first hospital in Ho Chi Minh City to receive such recognition.
An exhibition named “Inspiring Vietnam” by young Russian artist Sasha Fishler was launched on June 7 at the LIVINCollective gallery in Nha Trang, the capital of the south-central province of Khanh Hoa.
On June 27, Nguyen Thi Huong, member of the editorial board of Tuoi Tre newspaper, received US$23,600 worth of donation from realty firm Hung Thinh Corporation.
In late June, local residents and visitors were surprised and fascinated to see Hon Chong Beach in the south-central Vietnamese city of Nha Trang covered in green.
On the evening of June 30, the US Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City held a ceremony commemorating the 240th anniversary of American Independence.
Since 2012, sick teenager Nguyen Thi Dan Tram, born in 2003, has undergone many convulsions and could faint easily. She was diagnosed with epilepsy but her problem was not successfully treated.