VOV.VN - Local people and tourists gathered together in the centre of cities across the country to celebrate the New Year and the beginning of 2019.
Sabeco, the biggest Vietnamese brewer, has fallen into Thai hands, while Carlsberg is stepping up the process to become a controlling stakeholder in Habeco.
The beer market in Vietnam has recently witnessed the official arrival of a premium European beer brand—Amstel. Amstel is the latest addition to Heineken Vietnam’s product portfolio, which includes Heineken and Tiger, the beer brands of choice for many Vietnamese consumers over 27 years.
Vietnam remains one of the few beer markets in the world which is still maintaining high growth. However, not all breweries have succeeded in the market.
VOV.VN - 12 animal sculptures planted with ornamental shrubs and flowers are being put on display at Thong Nhat (Reunification) Park in Hanoi to welcome the upcoming traditional Lunar New Year (Tet).
Police of Dong Da district, Hanoi recently busted a wildlife trafficking ring from central Nghe An province to the capital city, seizing a live tiger, chamois bones, antlers and 5 grams of opium used to produce tiger bone glue.
Japanese brewer Sapporo Holdings is launching a cheaper beer brand later this month, marking its expansion from the high-end segment of the Vietnamese beer market.
Police in Kon Tum Province in the Central Highlands are looking for the person advertising tiger and bear claws on Facebook.
The Wild Animal Rescue Centre of Pu Mat National Park in the central province of Nghe An handed over two Indochinese tigers to the Hanoi centre for wild animal rescue and forest protection on December 7.
(VOV) -The Kubilai Khan dance group from France will perform its “Tiger,Tiger Burning Bright” show at the TuoiTre (Youth) Theater in Hanoi on July 6.
(VOV) -The Vietnamese version of 2013 Tiger Translate Battle of The Bands (BOTB), a rock reality TV show, will offer record cash prizes of VND100 million, VND50 million, and VND25 million for the winning, second, and third placed bands.
Documentary film “Tiger Traffic” will be screened in Hanoi on March 29 to publicize the ongoing fight against wildlife trafficking in Asia and spark discussion of solutions.
A press conference on a project entitled Predator to support countries fighting crimes against wild animals including tigers, which are in danger of extinction in Vietnam was held in Hanoi by Interpol on November 2.