National External Information Service Awards 2017 calls for submissions.
The Hanoi industrial clusters development scheme until 2020, with consideration to 2030, has received the approval of the city People’s Committee.
The Republic of Korea (RoK) Government, through ASEAN Plus Three Emergency Rice Reserve (APTERR), has provided 10,000 tons of rice worth around VND393.4 billion to 10 central and Central Highlands provinces which were seriously affected by storm Damrey late last year.
The 10th Ho Chi Minh City Book Festival, themed “Books – Culture, Integration and Development”, opened at the Le Van Tam Park in District 1 on March 19th.
Vietnam’s economy was expected to add more than 150,000 new jobs in the first quarter of 2018, continuing last year’s positive streak of job generation.
As many as 504 victims of a bloody massacre by U.S. troops 50 years ago were commemorated at a ceremony held at the Son My relic site in Tinh Khe commune, Quang Ngai city, the central province of Quang Ngai, on March 16th.
On Lunar New Year’s Eve in 2018, a group of six walked from Dong Ha City’s Cultural Centre to Le Duan Park, presenting books to every child they met on the road. The 300 books distributed in just one night, the walkers hoped, would motivate children to cultivate a life-long habit of reading.
Eight art spaces and art initiatives in Hanoi and Hue will receive grants from the Danish Culture Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) to carry out and develop their activities during 2018.
About 8,000 people will take part in the 45th Hanoi Moi Newspaper Run for Peace, which will be held at the capital’s My Dinh National Stadium in Nam Tu Liem district on March 25.
Authorities and people living in the coastal areas of the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta have taken several measures to prevent saltwater intrusion, including building of dams.
Every year primary schools in the southern city of My Tho are excited to welcome their special guests - a group of Australian swimming teachers who come to Vietnam to teach local children to swim and train teachers about water safety.
At the side of a local hydroelectric reservoir, a group of Thai youngsters are unleashing the economic potential of the northwest mountainous province of Son La.
The World Bank (WB) wants to further its help for Vietnam in public transport development and drainage planning by 2030 with a vision towards 2050, said Ousmane Dione, WB Country Director in Vietnam.
The Korea-Vietnam Mine Action Project was officially launched in Dong Hoi city, in the central province of Quang Binh, on March 9th.
The UN Women, with the support of the Australian and Canadian embassies in Vietnam, on March 8 launched a photo contest on Vietnamese rural women and sustainable development.
The Hanoi Metropolitan Railway Management Board (MRB) said the model of an underground station (Terminal C9) for the urban railway project No 2 will be displayed to allow people to give feedback.
There are few to none Vietnamese letters on many local signboards