HSBC donates $700,000 to help preserve freshwater resources

HSBC Việt Nam will donate US$700,000 for a two-year community-based fresh-water resources conservation and management project, which will be carried out by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Việt Nam.

Provinces improve response to climate change

Lessons learned from the strategic mainstreaming of ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) was a good foundation for Việt Nam to prepare for climate change, according to Dr. Nguyễn Thế Chinh from the Natural Resources and Environment Strategic Institute.

For expats joyful first Tet in Viet Nam

As exciting as Christmas in Western countries, Tet is the longest and most significant holiday in Vietnam as it is the traditional New Year celebration; And if you are expats expecting to enjoy your first Tet in Vietnam, then thousands of unique cultural and traditional things are waiting you to explore.

NA Chairwoman attends Tết celebration in Hải Dương

Chairwoman of the National Assembly (NA) Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân attended a Tết celebration in the northern province of Hải Dương yesterday.

Unique coral reef found on Lý Sơn

Experts from the Việt Nam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources have found a unique complex of fossilised coral – believed to date from 4,000 to 6,000 years ago – on the coast of Lý Sơn Island, 30km off Quảng Ngãi Province mainland.

Vietnamese citizens warned not to travel to Maldives

The Consular Department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has warned Vietnamese citizens not to travel to the Maldives these days as the country declared a 15-day state of emergency starting from February 5 due to a political crisis.

Bringing Hue closer to everyone

With her love for traveling and exploring different cultures, Thu has traveled over 15 countries around the world. After the trips, the girl born in 1989 feels how deeply she loves the people and the land where she was born and raised.

Exhibition re-enacts Vietnam’s culture in Co Loa Citadel relic site

The Khong gian Viet (Viet space) display area was officially put into operation in the Co Loa Citadel on February 1 as part of efforts to diversify cultural activities in the national historical-cultural relic site.

Tet in the old days enacted in Old Quarter

This is the first time these tourists witnessed the Tet celebrations of a typical Hanoian family in the past. The dishes, ornamental trees and calligraphy, all impress them.

Kien Giang province launches world’s longest cable car route

Sun Group, a prominent real estate developer in Vietnam, inaugurated a sea cable car route in An Thoi town, Phu Quoc island district, Mekong delta Kien Giang province, with the aim of serving tourists on the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) festival which is several days left.