Vietnam News Today (Oct. 2): Bright Prospect Ahead as Nation Welcomes New Foreign Investment Wave

    Vietnam News Today (Oct. 2): 671 new Covid-19 cases recorded on October 1; Bright prospect ahead as nation welcomes new foreign investment wave; Vietnam attends world conference on cultural policies, sustainable development in Mexico; Xoe Thai folk art honored by UNESCO.

    Soldiers stand side by side with other forces to fight COVID-19

    With the spirit “fighting epidemic like fighting enemy”, officers and soldiers of the Vietnam People’s Army have stood side by side with other forces in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Six appealing bars in Hanoi

    Tadioto, The Doors and +84, just to name a few, are seen as popular destinations for many people, especially foreigners in the capital city to enjoy both music and different types of drinks.

    Coffee trading in Vietnam remains lacklustre ahead of the upcoming main harvest

    Coffee trading in Vietnam remained lacklustre ahead of the main harvest expected from mid-November, with traders awaiting new beans coming in bulk in upcoming weeks, traders said on Thursday.

    Top three safe travel destinations during Tet holiday

    Due to the complicated developments of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), short breaks can be considered a suitable choice of activity for the upcoming holiday, so here are some suggestions for local people who wish to travel during Tet.
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    Ho Chi Minh City beauty crowned Miss Peace Vietnam 2022

    Ho Chi Minh City beauty Tran Thi Ban Mai surpassed 47 other contestants to earn the title of Miss Peace Vietnam 2022 during the pageant’s finale in central Da Nang City on Sunday evening.

    Exhibition features Hanoi’s street vendors before 1930

    Street vendors which are a unique feature of the culture in Hanoi is the theme of an art exhibition which opened on September 23 in Ho Chi Minh City.

    Photo exhibition on UNESCO-recognised Xoe Thai dance opens in Yen Bai

    A photo exhibition showcasing the Xoe dance of Thai ethnic minorities along with beautiful photos highlighting tourism in eight northwest provinces kicked off on September 23 in the northern province of Yen Bai.

    Vietnamese buckwheat a hit in Japanese cuisine

    On June 24, a special event was held at four Gangi Company soba restaurants in Tokyo, Japan. Despite its limited scale, the event has symbolic meaning for farmers living in Ha Giang, a mountainous province in northern Vietnam.

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    Hanoi encourages creation of new tourism products

    The city strives to improve the quality of tourism services and develop new products to attract more tourists in the coming time.

    Hanoi’s tourism to choose its own identity

    Hanoi is consulting the public on a number of policies to encourage upgrading the quality of tourism services at tourist sites and attractions.

    Hanoi’s tourism industry boosts MICE development

    The development of MICE (Meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions) tourism will spur the recovery of the travel industry.

    Hanoi welcomes over 8.6 million visitors in first half of 2022

    The result comes from the fact that Hanoi authorities made good use of opportunities such as the 31st Southeast Asian Games.


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