Vietnam's first tissue bank opens in Hanoi

Vietnam has opened its first ever tissue bank for medical diagnosis, education and research​ in Viet Duc Hospital.

Chinese men imprisoned in Dong Nai for organizing gambling

A Dong Nai Province court has jailed 18 Chinese and local people for organizing gambling and ordered an investigation ...

Parliament set to select Vietnam’s new president early next week

Vietnam's National Assembly is scheduled to elect the country's new head of state at its upcoming session.

Vietnam footwear exports benefit from US-China trade spat

Vietnamese footwear exporters seem to be benefiting from the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.

DatVietVAC founder wins 2 Asian business awards

Dinh Ba Thanh, CEO of DatVietVAC, Vietnam’s first and largest media company, has won a double honor: ACES Award ...

Auction all public land, proposes head of parliament

Vietnam should put all public land up for auction to increase transparency in resource management, National ...

Vietnam’s per capita GDP long way away from 2020 target

Vietnam’s GDP per capita is set to increase this year, but its 2020 target of $3,200-3,500 looks distant.

Vietnam’s billion-dollar transportation projects

These road, railway and aviation projects cost up to $58.6 billion and will be invested in by both the government ...

Vietnam Airlines rolls out in-town check-in

Vietnam Airlines has begun offering in-town check-in in Hanoi for domestic flights.

Vietnamese diva’s South Korea concert tickets sold out

About 8,000 tickets to singer My Tam’s concert in Seoul were sold out online in 10 days.

Vietnam Airlines rolls out in-town check-in

Vietnam Airlines has begun offering in-town check-in in Hanoi for domestic flights.

Vietnam’s royal city adds to its charm with wooden promenade

A wood-paneled pedestrian promenade on the Perfume River is expected to boost tourism in the central city of Hue.

Hanoi high school gets a historic mural makeover

The outer walls of the Phan Dinh Phung High School now carry 28 beautiful murals of Hanoi icons.

The sweetest street in Saigon, thanks to Thailand

A street in Saigon’s District 10 is the go to place when people crave the Thai sweet soup.

US sets new trade talks with EU, Japan, Britain

U.S. officials announced Tuesday negotiations for separate trade agreements with Britain, the European Union and Japan.

YouTube says looking into reports of user access issues

The Google-owned streaming service, said it was looking into reports of issues with its services after several people ...

China expels two top former generals from Communist Party for corruption

China expelled two disgraced former generals from the Communist Party for corruption, one of them posthumously.
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