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A taxi driver accused of overcharging a group of Japanese tourists visited their hotel and apologised, according to Hoàn Kiếm District Police.

Vietnam, the second home of a Japanese woman

Tokyo-born Mayu Ino has spent more than 20 years of her life travelling across Vietnam, kindling organic cultivation among Vietnamese farmers and helping to better their lives.

Japanese tourist resuced from stroke offshore Nha Trang

A Japanese 75-year-old tourist on a Panama-flagged cruise ship has been saved from stroke off the coast of the southern central province of Khanh Hoa’s Nha Trang City.

HCM City ranked as world's fourth best hub for street food

HCM City ranks 4th among the best cities for street food-obsessed travelers, according to a survey by CEOWORLD.

Vietnam Offroad Cup quenches speed junkies’ thirst

If you want to practice the art of drifting or witness breathtaking off-road performances, the PVIOIL Offroad Cup 2019 which recently opened in Hanoi’s outskirts district of Son Tay has it all.

Vietnam wins prizes at China – ASEAN Theatre Festival

Vietnam has won two prizes at the 7th China – ASEAN Theatre Festival in Nanning city, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, China.

Hanoi – a place worth loving and living

Those who were born and raised in Hanoi and those have settled in foreign lands always look forward to returning to Hanoi with all their precious love.

Scale of FDI project capital dwindles

Vietnam’s foreign direct investment attraction is expected to make a leap in 2019. However, in the first eight months of this year, FDI inflow has seen decreases along with more small-scale projects. 

Craft village keeps mooncake mould making alive

To make a beautiful and tasty mooncake, the most important task is to form the shape of the cake. That is when the mooncake mould becomes handy and indispensible in making a cake.  

Nghe An leaves deep impression on foreign tourism reporters

Foreign tourism reporters toured different destinations in the central province of Nghe An on September 7 and 8 within the framework of the authorities’ programme on promoting local tourism.

Vietnamese workers attend foreign labour festival in RoK

Hundreds of Vietnamese workers across the Republic of Korea (RoK) participated in a foreign labour festival in Seoul on September 8.

Japanese, Vietnamese businesses commit to invest US$10 billion in Vietnam

 Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc encouraged Japanese business to invest in infrastructure development, renewable energy, processing and manufacturing, supporting industries, high-tech agriculture, logistics, aviation industry, among others.

Japanese, Korean soloists to perform in HCM City

 Japanese clarinetist Shuhei Isobe and Korean pianist Ju Sun Young will perform along with Vietnamese musicians in a chamber music concert at the Ho Chi Minh City Opera House on October 9 night .

Japanese, Vietnamese mimes come to Hanoi

 Japanese and Vietnamese performers will debut a theatre production entitled Without Signal! by director Shuji Ondera at Vietnam Youth Theatre on March 30 and 31.

Japanese, VN soloists to play concert

 The HCM City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera (HBSO) will hold the “A Night of Concertos” concert at the Opera House this week, featuring Japanese and Vietnamese soloists.

Japanese, Thai win Hoi An Int’l marathon

 Japanese Sota Hara and Thailand’s Pujyanuch Prachayanipon won the men’s and women’s Hội An International Marathon in the historic coastal city yesterday.

Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese artists to join chamber concert in HCM City

 Renowned artists from Japan, the Republic of Korea and Vietnam will participate in a chamber concert to be held in Ho Chi Minh City on May 28.

Japanese, Thai and Chinese investors dominating Vietnamese retail market

 Foreign investors are vigorously expanding in Vietnam, leading to domination by investors from Japan, Thailand, and China.

Japanese, Vietnamese cooperation in finance, banking a successful marriage

 Japanese enterprises in banking and finance are now the biggest foreign shareholders in Vietnamese banks, financial and financial leasing companies, and their Vietnamese partners highly regard their expertise and support.

Few students want to learn Russian, Chinese at schools

Only one percent of students choose to study Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese or German as their first foreign language.