Author: "Jennifer Tran"
Top 10 Places To Visit In Vietnam By Lonely Planet
11:42 | 14/04/2021
With its dizzying metropolises, blissful islands and immense national parks (not to mention a legendary cuisine!), Vietnam tops many traveller’s bucket lists. The highlights of the country are innumerable, but there are some spots that simply can’t be skipped. Here’s the list of top places to visit in Vietnam by Lonely Planet.
Vietnamese artist helps women cover their scars with tattoos
14:24 | 13/04/2021
This "is not just about beautification... The beauty here is giving a woman the chance to be herself," says tattoo artist Ngoc, who started in the profession less than a decade ago.
A look back at 48 years of Vietnam – France diplomatic relations through photos
12:31 | 12/04/2021
Vietnam and France set diplomatic relations on April 12, 1973. During 48 years the two countries have recorded impressive achievements on bilateral relations.
Vietnam tells fashion brands to respect its sovereignty over Paracel and Spratly Islands
11:16 | 09/04/2021
All propaganda forms and content promotion that go against historical facts and international law hold no value and cannot change the fact of Vietnam’s sovereignty over the Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) islands, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang said Thursday.
Two Taiwanese - Chinese granted Vietnamese citizenship
10:32 | 09/04/2021
Ho Chi Minh Department of Justice held a ceremony on April 8 to award the President’s decision on the naturalization of Vietnamese citizenship to two Taiwanese – Chinese.
Tokyo prosecutors: No ‘appeal’ for Vietnamese girl murder case
15:32 | 08/04/2021
Tokyo prosecutors have decided not to ask the supreme court to review a case involving a 9-year-old Vietnamese girl, who was killed in Chiba prefecture in 2017.
Vietnam offers more incentives to attract FDI in high-tech industry
15:00 | 08/04/2021
Vietnam will lure more foreign investment in the high-tech industry by offering more incentives and amending requirements for high-tech businesses.
Kumho to invest $305 million to double Vietnamese plant capacity
15:12 | 05/04/2021
Kumho, one of the world’s leading tyre manufacturers, has announced it that is investing $305 million (Rs 2,257 crore) on the expansion of its Vietnamese plant, with the aim of doubling its capacity by 2023, by which time output should be at least 9.3 million tyres per annum.
The Vietnam Union of Friendship Organization works on basis of voluntary, democracy and equality
13:23 | 30/03/2021
The Government has approved the statues of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO)
Vietnam open to new investment wave from Thailand
12:46 | 27/03/2021
The COVID-19 pandemic and its severe consequences forced corporations to fasten the process of diversifying their investment to avoid overly dependent on one country, one partner. As a good example of containing the pandemic, Vietnam promises to be a potential investment destination for foreign businesses in large, for Thai enterprises for special.
Japan holds work visa exam in Vietnam
12:36 | 24/03/2021
Japan's government has held its first examination in Vietnam for people to get work visas including residential status for specified vocational skills.
Vietnamese Embassy launches 113 scholarships for Vietnamese students in India
14:51 | 18/03/2021
The Embassy of Vietnam in India hold a ceremony on March 17 to announce 113 scholarships for Vietnamese students under the Ambassador Scholarship 2021 program.
New trans-Pacific service links Vietnam to US
12:32 | 17/03/2021
Mediterranean Shipping Co. will launch a new, direct trans-Pacific service linking China and Vietnam to the US East Coast this spring.
VUFO thoroughly implements Resolution of the 13th National Party Congress
16:29 | 16/03/2021
A conference was held on March 16 in Hanoi to implement Resolution of the 13th National Party Congress. The event drew the participation of Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Viet Thong, General Secretary of the Central Theoretical Council of Communist Party of Vietnam and employees of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO).
Chinese factories set on fire in Myanmar’s deadliest day since coup
09:42 | 16/03/2021
A total of 32 Chinese-invested factories have been vandalized in the attacks in Yangon, Myanmar as of noon on Monday, with property losses reaching 240 million yuan ($36.89 million), China’s state-controlled media Global Times said.
Vietnam News Today (Jun 10): Vietnam Seeks Stronger Cooperation With EC
07:12 | 10/06/2023
Buddhism & Environmentalism: How North East India’s Monastic Communities are Championing Green Initiatives
06:00 | 10/06/2023
Building Smart City from RoKo's Experience, Initiatives
19:51 | 09/06/2023
Vietnam, US Cooperate Closely in Overcoming War Consequences
19:50 | 09/06/2023
Vietnam, Poland Boost Trade, IT Cooperation
18:45 | 09/06/2023