They use ancient techniques to smash rocks on their body and prevent sharp objects from penetrating their body.
At Noir, guests dine in the dark, while at Blanc, they use sign language printed on their menus to place their orders with servers.
About 492,000kWh of electricity, equivalent to 917 million VND (over 39,500 USD), was saved in Vietnam during the Earth Hour, when lights were turned off for one hour from 8:30pm on March 30.
A workshop was held in Hanoi on March 29 to discuss urban resilience to extreme climate issues in Southeast Asia.
Vietnam’s population is in the process of rapid aging, with people aged 65 and above estimated to account for 13 percent of the total number by 2020, according to a report.
A pair of maps indicating areas at risk of flooding along 28 coastal provinces and cities in Vietnam has been officially put into use.
The customs of the central city of Da Nang has discovered and detained a large amount of goods suspected to be elephant tusks.
In 2017, Le Thi Khoi took a bold step and quit her stable job as a sales manager in Hanoi to start her own business.
Touching down in Melbourne, Australia to begin a term of overseas study, Trần Thanh Vân was nervous. Her fears evaporated when she was welcomed by a Vietnamese student from an airport pickup service that she had booked in Việt Nam.
A 13-year-old boy has failed in his attempt to travel 300km on a bicycle from his hometown to see his ill younger brother in Hanoi, not knowing in the first place that it was that far.
Vietnam has made an important step in the development of its labour market by ratifying ILO Convention 159 on Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment for Disabled Persons.
More than 2,000 Vietnamese children die of drowning every year, according to latest news released at the National Committee for Children meeting presided by Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam lately.
Vietnam still lacks mechanisms to prevent the abuse of children in various forms and support children victims, participants said at the second meeting of the National Committee for Children in Hanoi on Friday.
A canteen for Dong But kindergarten, funded by the Indian government, was inaugurated and put into use in Bo Ly commune, Tam Dao district, the northern province of Vinh Phuc, on March 22.
On March 22, Belgian Ambassador Paul Jansen, the heads of mission of the German and Italian Consulate Generals in Ho Chi Minh city, had participated in the opening ceremony of the Joint Belgium, Italy, Germany Visa Application Center in Da Nang.
On March 21 in Hanoi, The British Embassy in Viet Nam and TRAFFIC have kicked off the #MakeVietnamProud campaign, an initiative to encourage Vietnamese citizens to show off their national pride by rejecting ivory products.
Dozens of mortar shells left behind from the war were unearthed and dealt with by competent agencies in Tan Thanh commune, Huong Hoa district, the central province of Quang Tri, on March 21.