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Nemo clownfish successfully bred in Nha Trang

Scientists at Nha Trang Institute of Oceanography said they have successfully bred Nemo clownfish for the first time.

Ethnic Co Tu people treasure threatened freshwater fish

Vũng Bọt Stream in central Vietnam forms at the intersection of the North and South rivers that merge with the Cu Đê River and is home to the niên fish (Onychostoma gerlachi).

Kitchen Gods ceremony a tradition of Tet

The Vietnamese traditional New Year (Tet) festival actually begins on the 23rd of the last month of the lunar year, which falls on January 17 this year, with the “Ong Cong - Ong Tao” (Land Genie and Kitchen Gods) ritual.


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 SCIC to promote divestment at SOEs; McDonald’s president surveys Vietnam market in person; Vingroup selects new CEO; Bad debt among the biggest monetary challenges of 2014; Australia sends first buffalo shipment to Vietnam

In pictures: Awaking the potential of the sea

 Endowed by nature with 15km of coast line and a system of criss-crossing rivers, Kim Son District in Ninh Binh Province has great potential for economic development.


 Exhibition to bring new foreign technology to town; Farmers in Ben Tre Province chop down cocoa trees; PM allows duty free shopping on arrival; Price of subsidized goods drop in HCMC

White shark appears at Quy Nhon beach

 VietNamNet Bridge – A local man in the city of Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh province, has caught a white shark weighing about 60 kg near the coast, after a period of time of the absence of this fish.

The doctor who spends his life for seeking new fish

VietNamNet Bridge - Starting with mice, fish became his passion. Dr. Nguyen Thai Tu has devoted his life to the search for new species of fish for Vietnam and the world.

Fishing boats from Hoang Sa return home to welcome Tet

VietNamNet Bridge – Over the past three days, hundreds of offshore fishing boats have returned home from the waters of Hoang Sa and Truong Sa, to welcome the lunar New Year.