Vietnam dismisses former information minister with retrospective effect

Former information minister Nguyen Bac Son has been retrospectively dismissed from the post, the National Assembly announced Monday.

Vietnamese-Canadian woman collects trash, saves lives

For 21 years, Gia Tran has been depositing bottles and cans in Vancouver to support the fight against cancer.

In Hanoi, autumn is a transcendent season

It is a time when the soul turns poetic, mesmerized and spellbound by the charisma that autumn bestows on Hanoi.

History in the making: Party chief set to become Vietnam’s new president

Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong was the only presidential candidate announced by the National Assembly on Monday.

Piece of the moon on display at Vietnam pagoda complex

A piece of the moon sold at auction will now go on display at the Tam Chuc Pagoda Complex in Vietnam.

Vietnamese frigate docks in China for naval exercise

Vietnamese frigate 015 Tran Hung Dao will participate in a joint naval exercise with ASEAN nations and China this week.

One dead, many injured as Saigon drunk driver crashes car into motorbikes

A BMW car slammed into several motorbikes at an intersection in Saigon Sunday night, killing one person and injuring ...

Dung Quat biofuel plant resumes operations after 3-year suspension

After a three-year hiatus, the Dung Quat Biofuel Plant has reopened and produced its first batch of E100 ethanol fuel.

State firms’ debts edge up, worth 50 pct of assets

State-owned firms saw their debts rise by 1.3 percent last year to reach almost half the value of their total ...

HCMC faces potential lawsuit over proposed repossession of land from company

A HCMC company, whose prime land is set to be repossessed by the city on suspicion of corruption, has complained ...

HAGL, FPT Capital lock horns in court over share repurchase dispute

FPT Capital has filed a lawsuit against the HAGL group and its chairman over a share repurchase dispute.

Taxi or not? Vietnam debate rages over Grab status

Transport authorities and taxi associations have reiterated that ride-hailing firm Grab should be treated as a ...

A poster child for teaching kids with disabilities in Vietnam

She was not groomed for the job, but a teacher has found greater happiness in helping children with disabilities.

‘Mr. Lizard’ in Saigon sells iguanas as a hobby

On a 500 sq.m farm in Saigon, Duong Sieu Hoa breeds and sells iguanas as a hobby and a side-business.

A poster child for teaching kids with disabilities in Vietnam

She was not groomed for the job, but a teacher has found greater happiness in helping children with disabilities.

We are stuck on him: Vietnamese man attracts knives, tables

Knives, glass trays and even big objects like stainless steel table stick to the body of a Mekong Delta resident.

Vietnamese diva My Tam performs live to full house South Korea

Singer My Tam passed a new milestone in her career with her first live performance in Seoul on Saturday.

Da Lat beckons: Now is best time to visit Vietnam’s ‘Little Paris’

Da Lat is much loved by its year-round cool climate, green pine forests, misty landscape, and resplendent ...
 
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