Hanoi to end use of deadly stoves
Hanoi to end use of deadly stoves

Hanoi plans to stop the use of beehive-shaped coal bricks by 2020 as part of measures to improve air quality and living conditions, according to the municipal Department of Natural ...

Sediment loss in Mekong River killing southern delta
Sediment loss in Mekong River killing southern delta

The Mekong Delta is home to nearly 18 million Vietnamese people, and is the most important rice field and fishing region of the country.

Quang Tri to set up biodiversity corridors
Quang Tri to set up biodiversity corridors

The central province of Quang Tri has planned to set up corridors to protect its biodiversity from urbanisation and illegal exploitation.

Ministry vows to improve management of festivals
Ministry vows to improve management of festivals

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and local authorities have pledged to join forces to boost the management and organisation of cultural festivities across the country, with the aim ...

Joint solutions needed to sustainabely develop world heritages in Vietnam
Joint solutions needed to sustainabely develop world heritages in Vietnam

According to UNESCO and many of the world’s countries, the tangible and intangible cultural heritages of all nations are seen as ‘special properties’ of human civilisation with are of great ...

Bamboo swing: from village to town
Bamboo swing: from village to town

In early 2012, Thua Thien Hue organized a program themed "Ancient Hue - New Experiences", preceding a series of events in line with the national tourism policy entitled "National Tourism ...