VOV.VN - More than 300 years after it was constructed in the 11th century, the Bo Da Pagoda in the Vietnam northern province of Bac Giang brings the medieval world wonder back to life.
The Australian Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources has given the green light to the import of Vietnam’s dragon fruit on the condition that the fruit meets bio-security requirements.
The Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang in 2016 strived to implement ethnic policies effectively, improving living conditions and social affairs for local ethnic groups, especially Khmer people.
The Dung Quat Economic Zone (EZ) Authority aims to attract US$2.5-3 billion investments in the zone by 2020, quangngai.gov.vn reports.
Stepping up water resources planning is among the core tasks the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has set for 2017, aiming to complete a national water resources planning by 2020 and others for major river basins.
VOV.VN - Water from a flood control sluice submerged hundreds of houses in district 12 after the cover was blown out by high tides, seriously damaging people’s property.
The Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam Co., Ltd (Doosan Vina) had exported its products worth more than US$1.21 billion to 28 countries and territories around the world by the end of 2016.
Some 2.5 million people living in suburban areas in Hanoi do not yet have access to tap water, the city’s Centre for Clean Water and Rural Environmental Hygiene has revealed.
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As many as 100 photos will be showcased at an exhibition themed “There is a Truong Sa inside Hanoi” at the Trang Tien Exhibition Centre in Hanoi from December 31, 2016 to January 3, 2017.
World Bank (WB) Country Director in Vietnam Ousmane Dione has pledged to assist Vietnam in fields of request and stand ready to offer policy consultations to the Vietnamese government.
Protecting, maintaining and restoring ecosystems, especially water systems, is among the most urgent tasks for strengthening the country’s resilience to climate change, said Dr Tran Van Giai Phong, technical specialist at the Institute for Social and Environment Transition (ISET).
VOV.VN - Up to the end of November 2016, Vietnam has had 324 industrial zones spanning 91,800 ha of natural land and 16 economic zones with the total ground and water surface areas of 815 ha, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
The Government is developing guidelines enabling People’s Committees of districts and provinces to sue polluters, Pham Van Loi, head of the Environmental Study Institute under the Vietnam Environment Administration, said at a recent conference on sustainable development.
The deep-water port is a part of a US$15-billion steel complex planned for the central province of Ninh Thuan.
VOV.VN - The tropical storm has left much of Nha Trang sodden and beleaguered as ankle to knee deep floodwaters advanced through the city submerging schools, hospitals and homes—leaving residents without electric power.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) has directed the four central provinces devastated by Formosa’s discharge of toxic waste to test sea water at 19 beaches every two weeks.
Riding bikes to rural villages, enjoying street food in Hanoi, learning to cook in Hoi An or watching Water Puppet shows are unforgettable experiences of foreign visitors to Vietnam.
The artisan has brought thousands of water puppets to life over the past 25 years.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has had a meeting with representatives from the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transportation and Tourism in HCM City to discuss the decline in the volume of sediment in Vietnam’s rivers.