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The statue of Disney princess Elsa in Sa Pa has faced criticism from people who believe that it doesn’t fit the natural landscape in the tourism spot.
The pair of lovely ducks has become a source of joy for traders and children in a corner of Thiec market.
Jackfruit 'smellers' help merchants find delicious jackfruit to collect, and salt cooks help turn raw unclean grains of salt into white clean salt. These are a few of the interesting jobs in Vietnam few people know about.
All old things, from clothes and guitars to motorbikes, can be recycled into useful and highly aesthetic items thanks to talented artisans.
Thanks to a video posted on Tiktok, a woman in Phu Tho province has found her husband who was missing for 13 years.
A special variety which produces gourds weighing up to 15 kilograms has been handed down by generations of Hai Phong families, while an ornamental tree variety in Dong Thap province has leaves with four colors.
A farmer in Long Kien commune in the Cho Moi district of the southern province of An Giang is feeding and caring for thousands of natural fish as pets.
A young man has found a way to split fibers from leaves to use them as materials for textiles and garments. A teacher can turn rough granite slabs into lively pictures.
A 61-year-old woman of Thanh Hoa Province has successfully given birth to a baby boy through a cesarean section, said doctors from Thanh Hoa Obstetrics Hospital.
Nguyen Hong Trang’s family in Vinh My A commune in Bac Lieu province raises pigs. More than a year ago, her sow gave birth to 11 baby pigs, one of which weighed only two kilos. As it could not suckle much, it stayed small.
Mr. Ho Van Than (60 years old, Quynh Thien ward, Hoang Mai town, Nghe An province) is very admired for his flair in turning scrap shops into riveting electric puppets.
Buffaloes in Hoi An do not work on farms, but are made-up and perfumed to bring good fortune for their owners. They are just one example of a number of strange possessions of local Vietnamese.
A 3-year-old girl miraculously survived falling from the 13th-floor balcony of an apartment building in Hanoi, caught by a passer-by.
Mr. Nguyen Van Be, 71, in the Mekong Delta City of Can Tho, after a clinical death, oddly recovered from being sightless and voiceless. He is now voluble and a ball of fire as if he had never put up with impairments.
A 74-year-old woman from the central province of Ha Tinh has had a rare tumour removed from her face.
A giant bouquet of florist’s daisies 12.1m in diameter in Sa Dec flower village and a gemstone-made painting worth nearly VND2 billion of a man in Thai Nguyen are among special items for this Lunar New Year (Tet).
A coin was removed from a four-year-old girl’s stomach 14 hours after she swallowed it in Da Nang City.
Wasps are being raised in a garden of one farmer, bringing a high income. Mushroom growing is being controlled by smartphones. These are examples of new and unusual careers.