Vietnam border, seas, islands
A group of trekking enthusiasts, guided by native highlanders, face mental and physical challenges on the way to the top of a mountain, but feel liberated as they stand in a sea of clouds.
A classic travel guide authored early in the 20th century has been reprinted, offering readers the opportunity to travel back in time and experience yesteryear Hà Nội in minute detail.
With no more tears to cry, Lò Thị Xăm’s only hope is that her two sons can “love their mother more”. The Thai ethnic lady, living in Phát Village, Lóng Sập Ward, lost her husband to a drug overdose
For hundreds of years, S’Tiêng ethnic people in the Central Highlands Province of Lâm Đồng lived in forest in the border area among Lâm Đồng, Bình Phước and Đồng Nai, now better known as Cát Tiên Nat
Electricity of Việt Nam’s (EVN) Power Generation Corporation 3 (EVNGENCO 3) is submitting an application for a licence to dump waste mud into the sea off the coast of Bình Thuận Province, a company of
Six APEC economies are displaying agricultural products and advanced agri-production technologies required to address food security and sustainably develop agriculture at an exhibition that opened
The central province of Quang Nam has designated the Tam Hải Island commune in Núi Thành District as an eco-tour site, ecological buffer zone and global geo-park site.
The island of Tam Hải, off the coast of Quảng Nam, has been struggling against a flood of household garbage treatment after the failure of a rubbish-fired furnace.
At 7.30am, when fog begins to fade from the mountain tops, teacher Bùi Văn Xuân, an ethnic Mường minority, rings the bell to call his students to class at Hà Xi-Hà Nê Primary School in Pa Ủ Commune, M
New medical graduates could be required to work for three to five years at healthcare centres in outlying regions to meet a critical lack of doctors and help improve healthcare services there.
Danh Trường Danh, a Khmer solider, the resident of the Mekong Delta Province of Kiên Giang has braved all the ostracism and fears, adopting two children, one with HIV, of a comrade
In the middle of a forest in the northern mountainous province of Lào Cai, classes teaching reading and writing for under-50-year-olds have been held in the evenings for the past two years.