Fishermen based in the coastal city of Quy Nhon in the southcentral province of Binh Dinh have hurriedly sought out shelter for their boats and stockpiled food while residents reinforce their homes ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Noru, one of the strongest typhoons for 20 years.
Foreigners working for newspapers in Vietnam, especially newspapers published in foreign languages, are no longer a rarity. That is because they not only have advantages in terms of language but also have love and respect for the country and people of Vietnam. That is the story of John Robert Ball, an experienced editor of Vietnam News, a leading English-language daily in Vietnam.
Pharmaceutical companies and health authorities in many countries around the world are discarding millions of doses of their expired Covid-19 vaccine due to falling demand for injections, a marked reversal from the early days of vaccination campaigns when vaccines were scarce.
NDO – On the occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival and other holidays, ‘to he’ (toy figurines) making artisans in Xuan La village, Phuong Duc commune, Phu Xuyen district, Hanoi, are rushed to entertainment places, such as the pedestrian streets around Hoan Kiem Lake, Thong Nhat park and Vietnam National Village for Ethnic Culture and Tourism, to create a ‘wonderland’ for children.
A father of two born with birth defects, Bui Van Phuong, a man in Hanoi, was heartbroken to learn that their deformities were linked to Agent Orange. The man promised himself to teach them to thrive in life.