Minister Nguyen Van Hung, the head of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, has recently made some important decisions regarding the national intangible cultural heritage. He has designated various traditional performing arts, festivals, scripts, crafts, and more to be included in this prestigious list. This recognition highlights the significance and value of these cultural elements, showcasing their unique contributions to the rich tapestry of our nation's heritage. By preserving and promoting these intangible cultural treasures, we can ensure that they continue to thrive and be appreciated by future generations.
Two doctors from Ho Chi Minh City have been invited to make a groundbreaking contribution to a highly esteemed book on in vitro fertilization (IVF). This is an unprecedented achievement for Vietnam and showcases the immense talent and expertise of these doctors. Their invaluable insights will undoubtedly shape the future of IVF globally.
Vietnam is considered the most attractive investment destination in ASEAN, according to an article recently published on the US's mondaq.com. This response is often heard from many foreign investors when asked about their investment plans in the coming years.
In the first two months of this year, the United States emerged as the top purchaser of Vietnamese agro-forestry-fishery products, accounting for a staggering $2.1 billion. Close on its heels was China, with a substantial sum of $2.065 billion.
The weather forecast for March 3 in Vietnam anticipates chilly mornings with rainy conditions persisting until the weekend in Hanoi and the Northern region. Meanwhile, the Southern part of the country can expect consistently high temperatures.