NDO - A street carnival opened in Sa Pa resort town in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai on April 1, as part of the week-long Mau Thuong Temple Festival 2022.
NDO - These days, all the streets and alleys of Hanoi are adorned with the pure white colour of lilies.
NDO - NDO - Wushu is one of the sports that have contributed several high achievements to Vietnamese sports for more than 30 years. Wushu Vietnam has affirmed its solid position in the regional, continental and world arena with many outstanding faces.
NDO – With just 40 days to go until the start of the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31), members of the Vietnamese weightlifting team in the northern region are actively practising at the National Sports Training Centre in Hanoi, with strong determination to bring home gold medals.
NDO - In 2022, the Earth Hour campaign has been launched with the theme "Shape Our Future – It’s now or never". With this theme, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) wishes to raise public awareness on adapting to climate change as well as preventing and reversing global biodiversity loss.
NDO – Numerous Hanoians have been flocking to the longan garden area at the foot of Vinh Tuy Bridge in Long Bien District since the morning of March 25 to attend the ‘Colourful Hanoi’ hot air balloon festival.
NDO – Amidst the springtime in March, Hanoi is coated with a charming look as many beautiful flowers are in their blooming season. These include yellow tabebuia flowers, white ‘sua’ tree flowers (Dalbergia tonkinensis), and red cotton flowers.
NDO - As one of the 40 sports competing at the upcoming 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31) in Vietnam next May, the fencing team set the goal of earning at least four gold medals for the host. Although the goal is not too high, having been unable to compete and train internationally for a long time, the Vietnamese fencing team must strive to overcome difficulties and actively prepare in all aspects, especially in terms of force to complete the assigned task.
NDO – Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh hosted a welcome ceremony for Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob and a high-ranking delegation of Malaysia in Hanoi on the morning of March 21.
NDO – Following the full reopening, many ancient streets around Hanoi welcomed a large number of citizens and people to play, enjoy cuisine and go shopping. This is a positive signal for the recovery of the capital city’s tourism.