Journalists help bridge mainland and Truong Sa archipelago

Far-flung Truong Sa archipelago has been brought closer to people on the mainland since the lives of soldiers and local residents, who spare no effort to protect the nation’s sacred seas and skies, have regularly featured in the media. The archipelago has won a place in the hearts of many journalists, helping them become more responsible in their work and gain a greater respect for their career.

Military journalists like Lieutenant Duong Ngoc Anh have mixed emotions about Truong Sa every time she visits.

She gains a sense of motivation to present images of brave soldiers who never mind storms and rough seas.

After a visit to Truong Sa, journalists write stories about the brave soldiers and their patriotism and dogged determination to protect the nation’s sea and islands, as well as about fishermen and rescue efforts at sea, among other matters.

Information like this has made a significant contribution to connecting the mainland with Truong Sa.

Touching and true stories together with wonderful images of Truong Sa have been passed on by reporters and journalists visiting the archipelago, which give additional strength to the soldiers and people on their mission to defend the sacred seas and islands of the nation./.


Hoi An enters top 15 cities in Asia

The ancient town of Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam has entered the top 15 cities in Asia selected by Travel+Leisure’s World's Best Awards 2021.

Photos of endemic birds in Vietnam on display

A photo exhibition featuring the life of endemic birds in Vietnam, particularly red-crowned cranes, has been introduced in Hanoi. Entitled “Moment of Nature”, the exhibition is aimed at delivering a message of protecting the natural environment.

Fishermen pull in nets in Da Nang city

Fishermen in the central city of Da Nang catch fish by tying ropes to their waists, walking backwards and using all of their strength to pull in fishing nets.

Pristine Lieng Nung waterfall in Dak Nong province

Located in Gia Nghia city, Dak Nong province, Lieng Nung waterfall, formed by the flow of Dak Nia stream which runs through N’Jrieng village, shows the wild beauty of the mountains and forests.