HCMC - The New Zealand Embassy in Vietnam and the Song Foundation on May 9 announced a contribution of VND800 million (NZ$48,000) from New Zealand to the Forest Symphony project in Vietnam’s south-central province of Ninh Thuan in response to the Vietnamese Government’s commitment to plant one billion trees by 2025.
Legislative leader Vuong Dinh Hue underlined the importance to continuing innovation in and improving efficiency of supervisory activities of the National Assembly during his meeting with voters in the northern port city of Hai Phong.
In Hau Giang Province’s Vi Thanh market, vendors set up shop from 2 a.m. at fixed spots of two to four square meters each, creating a unique cultural melting pot.
Vietnam confirmed 76 new COVID-19 infections on May 11, of which 71 were recorded in locked-down areas and five were imported cases, taking the national tally to 3,537.
Preparations for the May 23 general elections have so far been basically completed in a thorough, comprehensive and synchronous manner, said Chief of the Office of the Ministry of Public Security Lieut Gen To An Xo.
A week-long “Mat Xam” exhibition in Hanoi will give enhanced visibility to the traditional Vietnamese art of xam (blind busker singing) through photos, art installations and music performances. With support...