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HCMC races to confront street beggars

Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities this year continue to implement plans with the goal to have beggars and homeless people in general completely removed from public streets and into local shelters. 


Hanoi to enhance nighttime businesses at some favorable locations

Hanoi is interested in nighttime economy development and has allowed restaurants and bars located at some prime streets to remain open until 2 am.

BB King honoured with Memphis street procession

 Thousands have lined the streets of Memphis, Tennessee to pay tribute to blues artist BB King, who died earlier this month.

In photos: Saigon streets are bustling in Christmas atmosphere

 VietNamNet Bridge – Over three weeks before Christmas, Saigon streets are bustling with the festive atmosphere. Buildings are decorated splendidly while decoration shops are crowded.

The early morning in Hanoi

 VietNamNet Bridge – Some stores have opened their doors, a few sellers are cleaning the stores, and others are reading the morning news on newspapers.

In picture: Saigonese in misery when the street become a river

 VietNamNet Bridge – In the afternoon on October 2, after heavy rains, many roads in HCM City were flooded in the depth of over half a meter, leaving hundreds of vehicles in engine failure and many shops closed.

Tien Giang: The dead buried amid residential area

 VietNamNet Bridge – There are whispers and comments of people in the town of Cai Be in Cai Be District, Tien Giang Province, about an “influential” who was buried amid the residential area.

Vinh Phuc: Marching streets with coffin

VietNamNet Bridge - Given that the death of the victim is mysterious, the family carried the coffin through the streets of Vinh Yen town in Vinh Phuc province, asking the relevant agencies for clarification.

Waste peaches flood Hanoi’s streets after Tet

After Tet, peach branches and trees are piled up along the road, on rubbish trucks or even burned on the road. According to the street sweepers, the clean-up of used peach branches will finish until the end of February.

Miss Vietnam in Vo Viet Chung’s ao dai

VietNamNet Bridge - Miss Vietnam 2012 Thu Thao appears on Saigon streets in embroidered ao dai (Vietnamese dress) designed by Vo Viet Chung, a famous fashion designer in HCM City.