I scream for ice cream!
Feeling a little hot under the collar as summer arrives? Don't worry, here's the tastiest way to cool down! Have you tried an ice cream at one of Hanoi's oldest ice cream parlours?
VIETNAM NEWS HEADLINES MAY 30/2023
Vietnamese nationals rescued from Philippine human trafficking ring return home
Nha Trang Sea Festival director dies in accident
A Khanh Hoa Television Station director has died after falling off a scaffold while conducting an inspection of the grandstands of the Nha Trang Sea Festival 2023 on Monday.
Khanh Hoa reclaims resort mansion of late King Bao Dai
Authorities in the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa have just reclaimed a complex of five French style villas which used to host late King Bao Dai and his family during their holidays for better preservation.
Vietnam among top three attractive destinations for RoK visitors
Vietnam is among the top three most favourite tourist destinations for Korean visitors in Asia, according to statistics from KB Kookmin Card of the Republic of Korea (RoK).
VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS MAY 30/2023
Vietnam's GDP growth slows in Q1 ahead of expected recovery
VN received 4.6mil foreign visitors in five months, over half the year’s target
Vietnam welcomed nearly 4.6 million international arrivals in the first five months of 2023, soaring 12.6-fold from the same period last year, according to the latest report from the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Japanese dolls go on display in Da Nang
An exhibition of Japanese dolls celebrating the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Vietnam will open at the central city’s Fine Arts Museum on May 30.
International chess masters to play in Da Nang
The city’s culture and sports department said the tournament will see chess masters playing in a round-robin in four groups, with two top each qualifying in the quarter-finals.
380 new species discoveries in the Greater Mekong region: WWF report
With many of the species already under threat of extinction from human activities, WWF is calling on governments in the region to increase protection for these rare, amazing creatures and their habitats.
VN consumers, businesses urged to join fight against counterfeit sold online
Consumers and businesses are called on to join authorities to curb counterfeit, fake, and smuggled goods on online shopping platforms, particularly as e-commerce has been thriving strongly in Vietnam.
Vietnamese students bag six medals at Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad 2023
All six Vietnamese students competing at the Asia-Pacific Informatics Olympiad (APIO) 2023 won medals, including four silvers and two bronzes, the Ministry of Education and Training announced on May 30.
Devalued by billions of dollars, shares face transaction restrictions
VNZ shares of VNG, a tech unicorn, were added to the restricted trading list after the company was late in submitting its financial report. The VNZ price has plummeted by 45 percent from its peak, but is still the highest-priced in the stock market.
Livestock industry's small farms in distress, big farms deep in debt
Having to sell fowl and pigs below production costs, many farmers are crippled with debt. Even big players in the animal husbandry are incurring big losses.
Vietnam posts trade surplus of 9.8 billion USD in five months
Vietnam’s import-export value in the first five months of this year was estimated at 262.54 billion USD, down 14.7% year-on-year, with a trade surplus of 9.8 billion USD, the General Statistics Office (GSO) announced on May 29.
Anh Vien: From champion swimmer to inspirational swimming coach
Now, in a new role akin to a swimming ambassador, Anh Vien is eager to share her knowledge and expertise with children, teenagers, adults, and even older individuals, introducing them to the joy of swimming and fostering a love for the sport.