March 30th, 2010


As severe drought had spread across Asia, the Mekong River’s water levels are now on its record-low causing seawater to creep into the lower river’s Delta area, flooding the fields with salt. Experts have reported that salinity had extended 30-40 kilometers upstream from the...


March 29th, 2010


Following the success of 2009’s “Impressive Vietnam” tourism campaign, Vietnam’s tourism sector is now wooing a nationwide support for its new program for 2010, the “Vietnam – Your Destination” aimed to rev up foreign arrivals to the country by 18-21 percent than that of last...


March 25th, 2010


Known capital of Vietnam, a vast territory that is home to over 6 million people, Hanoi is now deemed as a sprawling urban jungle of the 21st century. As the second largest city in the country with a steadily growing population, urbanization becomes a necessity.


March 23rd, 2010


With a population of about 1.2 million, Can Tho is known as the biggest city in the Mekong Delta. Known as the “rice basket of Vietnam” and for its rich production of tropical fruits, looks like Can Tho is about to add something more to its list on what makes its place...


March 21st, 2010


1000 objects representing Vietnam in 2010 will be buried in a special container in Hanoi this October and opened in 1000 years from now.


March 18th, 2010


Long time ago, when Vietnam was young, the land was ruled by a powerful king named Hùng Vương. Throughout the kingdom, he was known as a strong ruler, yet, his heart melts dearly for his beautiful daughter Mị Nương. As his only child, the king adores his little princess and seeks...


March 18th, 2010


In the central province of Ha Tinh, there is a 100-year-old woman who is devoted to her patients. She is known for her talent and her kind-heartedness. She is called Ba Thay (Mrs. Herb Doctor).


March 15th, 2010


A mysterious network of caves by Chua Tien in Hoa Binh province have proved to be a popular spot for tourism.


March 12th, 2010


The second largest city in Vietnam, known for its historic sites and various scenic displays, Ha Noi is branded as one of the most fascinating cities in Southeast Asia. For that, it is a popular tourist destination as its interesting and vibrant culture embodying a mix of Chinese...


March 11th, 2010


“Your Excellency”, a 15-ton whale discovered dead along the shores of Bac Lieu province nearly a month ago and buried in the mouth of Cai Cung river, was now moved to a glass tomb measuring 17.2 meters long, 7.2 meters wide and one meter in height. Valued at around VND300 million...