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Visit the 400-year-old ironwood pagoda in Thai Binh

The Buddhist temple is nearly 400 years old and was built with a large volume of ironwood. The construction period was only about two years, but it took 19 years to collect and transport the wood.

Wetland nature reserve founded in Thai Binh

A wetland nature reserve was recently established in Thai Thuy district in northern Thai Binh province.

Story of cay cake in Thai Binh

Thai Binh is commonly known for its immense rolling fields, but a tastier treat it is home to is the bánh cáy, or cáy cakes, made of sticky rice, sugar, gấc (gardenia fruit), sesame seeds, carrots, mandarin peel and lard.

Streets bustling once more in low-risk localities

With a number of Vietnamese cities and provinces being at low risk of infection from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the streets of various locations throughout the country have become crowded once again as businesses begin to re-open.

Thai Binh officers connected to Duong 'Nhue' detained

Police in northern Thai Binh Province on Thursday detained four officers related to the case of Nguyen Xuan Duong, also known as Duong Nhue, who was arrested on April 9 for assault.

Deputy PM orders investigation into suspected loan shark in Thai Binh

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has asked agencies of Thai Binh Province to look into allegations that Nguyen Xuan Duong, 49, also called Duong 'Nhuệ' and his accomplices injured a man.

Experts describe value of palace in Thai Binh

A recent international workshop held in the northern province of Thai Binh once again confirmed the value of Lo Giang Palace built during the Tran Dynasty (1225-1400).

Oysters die en masse in Thai Binh

Massive oyster deaths in Tien Hai District, northern Thai Binh Province, in recent days have devastated local farmers.

Clam farming in northern coastal district

Located between the two big estuaries of the Red River and the Tra Ly River, Tien Hai district in Thai Binh province with sand dunes along the beach is ideal for clam farming.

Red River Delta urged to develop sea tourism

Ha Long, Cat Ba are always the top choices for tourists. But there are many other localities in the north with potential for development yet still struggling for right direction to develop sea tourism

A place like home for leprosy patients

For the patients who are treated there, Van Mon Leprosy and Dermatology Hospital in northern Thai Binh Province is so more than just a hospital.

African swine fever outbreaks discovered in Hung Yen, Thai Binh

Vietnam has detected African swine fever (ASF) outbreaks in the northern provinces of Thai Binh and Hung Yen, unveiled Director of the Department of Animal Health Pham Van Dong on February 19.

Three people suffocate to death in Thai Binh Province

 VietNamNet Bridge – Three people have reportedly died of suffocation in the northern province of Thai Binh on Tuesday.

Waste-burning plant stays idle, pollution attacks community

Residents of Vu Hoi Commune in Vu Thu District of northern Thai Binh Province have to pass a large rubbish dump to get to the communal clinic. The pile, as tall as a grown man, is located just 100 metres from the clinic 

Villages on the sea

Villages on the seaLocated between the two big estuaries of the Red River and the Tra Ly River, Tien Hai district in northern Thai Binh province, with sand dunes along the beach, is ideal for clam farming.

Dong Xam silver craft village

 VietNamNet Bridge – Dong Xam is a famous silver carving craft village in Thai Binh Province. The village also embraces a rich cultural tradition.

Con Vanh- new destination in Thai Binh

VietNamNet Bridge – Part of the Red River Biosphere Reserve which was recognized by UNESCO in 1994, Con Vanh Ecological Tourist Site is a famous destination. Con Vanh  a rich mangrove forest, a picturesque landscape, pristine beaches

Exploring the beauty of Thai Binh Province

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nestled in the Red River Delta, Thai Binh Province is known for vast rice fields made fertile by the alluvium of the Red River and two other rivers, the Hoa and the Luoc.

Vu Xuan Trung, a young talent in mathematics

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vu Xuan Trung, 11th grader of Thai Binh Province, is one of the two gold medalists at the 56th International Mathematics Olympiad recently held in Thailand.

Court, police sued for wrongful ruling

VietNamNet Bridge – Luong Ngoc Phi, a wrongfully convicted man in a fraud case that once shocked the northern province of Thai Binh, is suing the Thai Binh People's Court and Police for a record-breaking compensation of VND64 billion.