VOV.VN - A new bridge linking Vietnam and China opened today (Sept. 13) with a ceremony attended by Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh and Chinese Ambassador Hong Xiaoyong.
Representatives of Vietnamese and Chinese agriculture ministries participated in a fish releasing event on May 8 on the Beilun River in Dongxing City of south China’s Guangxi province on the Vietnam – China border.
VOV.VN - When thinking about Quang Ninh Province ‘idyllic’ is not a tourism attribute that typically would come to mind, say tourism officials.
The northern province of Quang Ninh on November 9 launched self-drive tours from its Mong Cai city to China’s bordering Dongxing.
A counter-terrorism drill, the first of its kind between Vietnamese and Chinese border localities, took place in the Mong Cai international border gate area in the northern province of Quang Ninh on November 4.
Mong Cai city police in the northeastern province of Quang Ninh on August 19 handed over Chen Jin Yun, 43, from Fujian province of China, to Dongxing city police.
Private cars will be able to travel between Vietnam’s Mong Cai Town and China’s Dongxing City in a move to boost tourism between the two countries, a new rule says.
Passenger vehicles from Vietnam were permitted to drive through Mong Cai Border Gate in northern Quang Ninh province to Dongxing city, China and vice versa from December 17.
Construction begin on March 15 on a 3.5-km road to the Bac Luan II bridge, which will connect Mong Cai city of the northern coastal province of Quang Ninh with Dongxing in China’s Guangxi province.
(VOV) - From hand-made to high tech, the 2014 Vietnam-China border trade and tourism fair has kicked off in Dongxing city in Guangxi, China with nearly 500 participating exhibitors.
(VOV) - Vietnamese and Chinese businesses signed five trade contracts and five more on tourism at a Quang Ninh province seminar on December 13.
(VOV) - Quang Ninh and China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region discussed ways to boost mutually beneficial cooperation at a working session in Ha Long on October 11.