President Ho Chi Minh’s memorial house in Ho Chi Minh City

President Ho Chi Minh lived in Ho Chi Minh City for nine months before embarking on his journey abroad for national salvation in 1911. The house he lived in, at 5 Chau Van Liem street, Ward 14, District 5, has been officially recognized as a national historical relic. President Ho Chi Minh’s items are showcased […]

Ninh Thuan, Khanh Hoa provinces work to promote tourism after COVID-19

A total of 35 local accommodation establishments, restaurants, tour operators and travel businesses have registered with the programme, pledging to offer discounts ranging from 10% to 30% on the price of their services from May 29 to December 31, 2020. Students and children aged under 12 years will enjoy free entrance to the Research Centre […]

No evidence found in bribery scandal enveloping Tenma and Vietnamese officials

To Lam, Vietnam’s Minister of Public Security, said Vietnam authorities are investigating the tax bribery case with the Japanese side Earlier this month, at the shareholders’ meeting in June, Tenma Corporation’s CEO announced resigning amidst the tax scandal. Tenma has not yet disclosed who would take over as the next CEO.

Tales of 300-year-old national relic

The historic flood of August 1971 broke 400 km of the Red River dike, engulfing 200,000 hectares of rice crops and forcing Hoa Long residents to move to Kim Linh mountain to avoid the raging waters. The flood also swept away idols of Diem village’s tutelary deities.

PM proposes HCMC to become modern city in region and world

The document clearly stated that the coronavirus pandemic has made damaging impact on social and economic development. Ho Chi Minh City has taken more drastic measures to contain the pandemic and also maintain socio-economic development, the government has acknowledged the city’s efforts in the two fields.

Pig brain in crab soup: Kiwi couple recalls ‘spectacular’ food memory in Vietnam

In this photo provided to Tuoi Tre News, Thomas Southam is posing with his dish of ‘goi du du kho bo’ (green papaya salad topped with dried beef organs) at a park in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Fans of the couple left a lot of comments after watching the videos on Thomas and Sheena’s […]

More giant foreign firms plan to shift investment into Vietnam

Vietnam is expected to see a new foreign direct investment (FDI) wave as more foreign companies plan to move investment into the country. The US-China trade has triggered the trend of shifting production lines from China to Southeast Asia and other markets, including Vietnam which was seen as a promising destination. Meanwhile, many countries are […]

Novaland Expo: Raising the bar with leading brands

“Having had the opportunity to attend real estate exhibitions at several major cities across Asia like Shanghai and Hong Kong, I’m quite excited and eagerly await a similar event held by Novaland Group in this December. As usual, this would provide good investment options at the year-end period. The co-operation between Novaland and its business […]

British pilot, Vietnam’s sickest COVID-19 patient, might not need lung transplant as health improves: doctors

Prof. Dr. Ngo Quy Chau, a respiratory specialist and acting chairman of Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi, suggested Cho Ray Hospital look into using new drugs used to treat fungal infections in the patient’s lungs, change the current drugs to parenteral ones, and design a nutrition plan towards improving his respiratory and diaphragm muscles. 

Despite good harvest, salt farmers battered by low prices

Low selling price Bac Lieu Province has two districts engaged in the salt farming industry, namely Dong Hai and Hoa Binh. Ben Tre has Ba Tri District with more than 1,020 hereditary salt-farming households in four communes, consisting of Bao Thuan, Bao Thanh, Tan Thuy, and An Thuy, with a total area of 850 hectares. […]