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Discovering Hanoi through 3D pop-up book

“Hanoi: Reminiscences of Thousand Years”, the first of a series of 3D books about Hanoi not only provide useful information but also new and vivid visual experiences of landmarks of the capital. The bi-lingual book is a new work of the Kim Dong Publishing House.

Pu Luong a fantastic retreat for nature lovers

Fresh air, cloud-draped mountain ranges, and stunning terraced rice fields come together to make Pu Luong Nature Reserve in the central province of Thanh Hoa’s Ba Thuoc and Quan Hoa districts look like art works.

Mai Chau - Pearl of the Northwest

Mai Chau is a destination where visitors can admire nature’s majestic beauty, unique and wild ecosystems, and, especially, the hospitality of local ethnic minority people. During spring, plum blossoms bloom throughout local villages and are a sight to behold.

Citizens on Truong Sa islands ready for election day

The election of deputies to the 15th National Assembly and members of all level People’s Councils is a major political event in Vietnam, attracting the attention of all citizens, including those in remote areas. Join us to see how the soldiers and people in the island district of Truong Sa have been preparing for the election.

Muong Te border district prepares for elections

The election of deputies to the 15th National Assembly and all level People’s Councils for the 2021-2026 term is one of the most important political events of the year. Given the significance, the border district of Muong Te in northern mountainous Lai Chau province quickly developed plans and conducted preparations to ensure compliance with regulations and promote propaganda efforts.

Visiting historical places helps inspire patriotism

April 30th is reunification day, one of the most important historical events of the nation. On the occasion, many people visit historical landmarks to learn more about the war and the value of peace.

Southern flavour at cake-making festival

The Traditional Southern Cake Festival, which was held recently for the first time in Vietnam’s southernmost province of Ca Mau in the Mekong Delta, is one activity being held this year to promote the province’s tourism. It was also a means of introducing hundreds of traditional cakes from different localities in the Mekong delta to visitors.

Da Nang beaches - attractive destination for tourists

Da Nang’s beaches are packed with tourists and local people on the weekends, which is a positive sign for the city’s tourism sector given the havoc COVID-19 has wrought. In addition to promotional programmes, safety measures have also been put in place to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.

Economy sees positive signs

Credit growth in the first three months of 2021 rose 2.93% quarter-on-quarter, much higher than last year’s figure of less than 1%. First-quarter credit growth is normally the lowest for the year, so insiders have high hopes for the yearly figure.

Expats join local people to clean up coastal city

A group of foreigners living in the central coastal city of Da Nang has joined hands with local people to clean up the area around the Son Tra Peninsula, which is considered the city’s “green lungs”.