Award-winning photos depict allure of Vietnam’s south central region and central highlands

Ly Hoang Long, president of the Vietnam Association of Photographic Artists and head judge, said: “The three photos that won second prize all depict amazing moments. If Rice Civilization revealed the bustle of harvest season by flycam, Last Light of the Day exploited the beauty of coral reefs from a much lower angle – underwater, […]

The sensory overload that is Na Hang Lake

Visitors can stay at ethnic stilt-house homestays in Nam Dip Village, Lang Can Commune, Lam Binh District. They can enjoy some unique ethnic dishes made from mountainous pigs or Na Hang Lake fish and their host’s music performances.

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 13

Nguyen Hoang Dung, an economist and former R&D director of the HCM City Institute of Economy and Management, said: “It is necessary to analyse the reasons why the recent support packages are difficult to disburse. If the conditions are too difficult, they can be relaxed. If banks or officials in charge of approving applications cause […]

Vietnam sees no community-transmitted cases for 12 days, 8 new recoveries

According to the national steering committee for Covid-19 infection prevention and control, up to now, more than 33,600 people having close contact with coronavirus cases or returning from virus-hit areas are being put in quarantine. Of the total, 489 people are being quarantined at local hospitals; over 16,200 individuals at centralized centers; and some 16,900 […]

Dong Tam case: Charges against 19 defendants changed

Hanoi (VNA) – The Hanoi People’s Procuracy has decided to change the charges against 19 defendants in the murder of three policemen in Dong Tam commune in the capital city’s My Duc district. The defendants – Le Dinh Uy, Le Dinh Quang, Nguyen Van Quan, Bui Van Tien, Bui Van Tuan, Trinh Van Hai, Le […]