Daily Archives: January 27, 2019

France’s Yellow Vest protesters hit streets again

Yellow Vest protesters returned to the streets of France Saturday to protest against President Emmanuel Macron's policies.

The Interior Ministry estimated that the number of demonstrators in this 11th week of pr…

More efforts needed to preserve border areas’ ethnic culture

Vietnam has consistently attached great importance to preserving and promoting ethnic culture, especially in border areas, considering it an important task of national development.

Ethnic culture in border ar…

Vietnam shows remarkable progress at Asian Cup 2019

Fox Sports Asia football editor Gabriel Tan has expressed his belief in the bright future of the Vietnamese football team despite their exit from the quarter-final against Japan at the ongoing AFC Asian Cup 2019 in t…

Lunar New Year – biggest traditional holiday in Vietnam

The traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) is the biggest and oldest festival in Vietnam, bringing its people together to celebrate the sacred and meaningful annual event.

Tet is an occasion when members of a family, no ma…

HCM City to open six cattle slaughterhouses

The Ho Chi Minh City's People Committee will open six modern industrial-scale cattle slaughterhouse plants this year.

From now to September 30, the city will open at varying times the six facilities, which will hav…

Community-based forest management the way forward

Forestry experts are optimistic about the future in Vietnam, largely thanks to community-based forest management.

The model is developing extensively in the country, and experts have lauded its ability to incre…

Ceramic producers seek to sustain exports

The fierce competition in both the domestic and export markets is forcing ceramic producers to improve their production process and product quality.

Vietnam has 14 traditional pottery villages like Bat Trang, Ph…

Human Rights Council’s UPR Working Group adopts report on Vietnam

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) working group of the UN Human Rights Council adopted a preliminary report on the third review of Vietnam at a session at the UN headquarters in Geneva on January 25.

The report incl…

Human Rights Council’s UPR Working Group adopts report on Vietnam

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) working group of the UN Human Rights Council adopted a preliminary report on the third review of Vietnam at a session at the UN headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, this week.

The …

Bombings kill at least 21 in southern Philippines

Twin bombings during a church service in the southern Philippines killed at least 21 people and wounded 71, security officials said, days after a referendum on autonomy for the mainly Muslim region returned an over…