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Thai Nguyen listed among top 6 best places globally to enjoy tea

Marking International Tea Day, travel website has unveiled a list of the top six must-visit destinations around the world for travelers to dive into the historical and cultural values of tea, with Thai Nguyen featured in the list.

Criminal proceedings against Thai Nguyen city leader for State asset loss

Criminal proceedings has been launched against Phan Manh Cuong, Secretary of the Thai Nguyen city Party Committee and former head of the management board of the provincial industrial parks.

82-year-old woman retires from running bridge toll-collection in Thai Nguyen

On April 1, Dat Ma, a cable-stay bridge in the northern province of Thai Nguyen, was opened to traffic for free after 15 years of toll collection.

Tisco builds dumping ground for hazardous waste in Thai Nguyen

Nine days after VietNamNet published an article about the existence of an outdoor furnace dust mountain at Tisco, the waste owner is now hurrying to build a dumping ground.

Mountain of waste in Thai Nguyen: environment department says it was never informed

Deputy director of the Thai Nguyen Department of Natural Resources and the Environment Nguyen The Giang said the department was not informed about the amount of furnace dust left at Tisco.

Mountains of hazardous waste covered by tarpaulin in Thai Nguyen city

After VietNamNet reported about thousands of tons of furnace dust discharged from the steel refining process of Thai Nguyen Iron and Steel JSC (Tisco) in Thai Nguyen City, the owner of the waste took action.

American hangout opened in Thai Nguyen

US Ambassador Daniel Kritenbrink on Friday visited Thai Nguyen Province, where he met with provincial leaders and attended the opening ceremony of the American Hangout at Thai Nguyen University (TNU).

Suspect in Thai Nguyen fatal shooting arrested

A man suspected of shooting two people and killing one in Thai Nguyen Province on Wednesday night was arrested after a four-hour search, police announced on Thursday morning.

Heavy rains kill one, injures 12 in northern provinces

Heavy rains and whirlwinds killed one person and injured eight others in the northern midland province of Phu Tho from May 8 night to early May 9.

Thai Nguyen festival honours tea processing industry

The 4th Thai Nguyen – Vietnam Tea Festival will be organised in Thai Nguyen on April 17-19 to promote Vietnamese tea products, honour villages, producers and the tea processing industry.

Time for Tet means it's time for a bite of banh chung

Tet (Lunar New Year) is fast approaching, and people in Boe Dau village in the northern province of Thai Nguyen’s Co Lung commune are busy preparing banh chung (square glutinous rice cakes).

Five stabbed to death in family dispute in Thai Nguyen

At least five people have been stabbed dead and one other seriously injured after a man killed his wife and tried to flee in the northern province of Thai Nguyen Province early this morning.


Vietnam publicly showcases modern weapons

The exhibition displays modern weaponry, marking a rare move in the country in which military issues have not been normally publicized.

In Thai Nguyen, communities help to ease HIV/AIDS burden

Dam Huy Hoang’s heart skipped a beat as the second pink line started appearing on his client’s HIV test strip.

Samsung seeks preferential treatments for US$220-million R&D center in Hanoi

Samsung wants to change the purpose of the R&D Center or transfer the building and its related land-use rights to another party, in case of necessity.

Casting away from a village of stilt houses

 VietNamNet Bridge – For those interested in ethnic groups’ culture and green space, Thai Hai Stilt House Preservation & Ecological Tourism Village is an ideal destination.

The struggle in the $2 billion bottled tea market

VietNamNet Bridge - More than 80 percent of the market share for bottled tea, an industry valued at $1.7 billion, belongs to three big players.

Vietnam’s tea industry feels pressure from decline in exports

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts say it is time for Vietnam to focus on quality, rather than quantity, of tea exports.

Making matcha, Vietnamese youth earn billions of VND

In Thai Nguyen, one of the biggest tea growing areas of Vietnam, a young Vietnamese man is making a matcha product and earning billions of dong.

What does Samsung plan to do in the telecom sector?

VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese telecommunications market is shaped by the dominance of three big players – VinaPhone, MobiFone and Viettel. But now Samsung may join forces with businesses to develop IT.