Hung Yen

Update news Hung Yen

Hung Yen province embraces a rich culture and age-old history with many relics and heritages. It’s also famous for specialties - longan, lotus seeds, honey, and rice noodle. In the 16th and 17thcentury, the province contained was a busy port.

Illegal private clinic gives 37 boys genital warts

 VietNamNet Bridge – In a rare medical occurrence, 37 boys from Hung Yen Province were found to have contracted genital warts after being treated at a private clinic.

Hung Yen relic site patronised by Vietnam’s UNESCO associations

 The Vietnam Federation of UNESCO Associations presented its certificate of patronage of the “Son Nam – Ba Chua Vuc Temple”, part of the Pho Hien relic complex in northern Hung Yen province, on January 6.

Tough action urged over lead poisoning in village

VietNamNet Bridge – The People's Committee in the northern Hung Yen Province on June 4 held a meeting to discuss urgent solutions to deal with serious lead poisoning in Dong Mai craft village. 

A new chess playing style

 VietNamNet Bridge – With a great aspiration for creating new things, Do Nhu Ngon from Dong Ket Commune in the northern province of Hung Yen successfully turned out a new chess playing style called thuong truong.

LUALA Concert series resumes in Hanoi

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Fall/Winter season of the free outdoor 2013 LUALA Concert series is set to take place in Hanoi from December 1-22.

Music man's soup and sounds hit right note

 VietNamNet Bridge – Though he is the descendent of a poor farming' family in Nhue Duong Commune in the northern province of Hung Yen, Cao Ky Kinh's affinity for music was predestined.

A visit to Hung Yen – the well-known ancient port city

 VietNamNet Bridge - From Hanoi by Highway 5 to Pho Noi town, then turning to Road 39A, going through rice and corn fields and longan gardens, you will reach Pho Hien - Hung Yen.

Museum to revive Pho Hien’s old days

More than 10,000 objects and documents featuring the historical and cultural values of Pho Hien in the Red River Delta province of Hung Yen are expected to be introduced to the public in 2015 as construction of a large-scaled museum gets underway.

Festival honours timeless love

Thousands of people from all corners of the country flocked to the northern province of Hung Yen on March 21 to attend a festival commemorating Chu Dong Tu and Tien Dung,

Phung Cong Village

 Phung Cong Commune was once an agricultural area like other rural areas in North Vietnam. However, after 20 years it has become a “billionaires’ village” due to the villagers’ shift from growing rice to growing flowers and ornamental plants.