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Sesame cake with malt extract

 VietNamNet Bridge – The sesame-coated fried cake served with malt extract is a specialty of Quang Hai area in Quang Xuong, Thanh Hoa Province.

Thanh Hoa – Land to connect world heritages

 VietNamNet Bridge – Thanh Hoa, renowned for its Dong Son culture, has province has been selected to host the 2015 National Tourism Year with the theme ‘Connecting World Heritage’,

Thanh Hoa: New tours for National Tourism Year

 VietNamNet Bridge – Several new tourism services will be launched by central Thanh Hoa province this year in response to the 2015 National Tourism Year, including 11 new tours linked with a variety of local tourist attractions.

Why do foreign investors want to set up oil refineries in Vietnam?

Experts believe that foreign investors want to develop oil refinery projects because they can see the geopolitical and economic advantage in a Vietnam location.

Unregistered truck involved in nine-death crash

VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc yesterday ordered an all-out inspection of automobile registration across the country after at least nine people were killed in an accident which involved a truck

20 health workers in Thanh Hoa use fake certificates

VietNamNet Bridge – At least 20 health workers in Thanh Hoa, a province in central Vietnam, have been detected using fake certificates and diplomas. Many of them had conducted examination and treatment services.

Resettlement quarter has no clean water

 VietNamNet Bridge – For the past two years, hundreds of people resettled due to natural disasters have been forced to use water from stagnant ponds as their resettlement area lacks clean water.

Thanh Hoa, Binh Duong have new chairs

 VietNamNet Bridge – Mr. Nguyen Dinh Xung, Vice Party Chief and Vice Chair of Thanh Hoa Province, on December 30, was elected the province’s Chair for the term from now to the end of 2016.

Tiger farm located near residential area

VietNamNet Bridge – A man in Thanh Hoa Province has raised at least 10 tigers without any proper actions being taken by local authorities.

World heritage a 2015 tourism focus

VietNamNet Bridge – The northern province of Thanh Hoa will host the National Tourism Year 2015 in mid-March next year, with a focus on connecting Viet Nam's world heritage sites.

Cavern blamed for sinkhole

 VietNamNet Bridge – Karst cave, also known to be a subsurface cavern, has been blamed for a 30m-wide sinkhole that suddenly formed in central Thanh Hoa Province last Tuesday.

Giant 'pit of death' appears in Thanh Hoa

 VietNamNet Bridge – At 4am on October 28, a hole 15m wide, and over 2.5m deep suddenly appeared on a road in Quy Loc commune in Yen Dinh district of Thanh Hoa province.

Da Nang seeks place on world tourism map

 The central city of Da Nang should recognise where it is on the world tourism map and the role the administration can play to boost the tourism industry, said economist Tran Du Lich at a seminar on Saturday.

Lam Kinh - A national historic relic

Lam Kinh is a well-known historic relic related to the life and career of King Le Thai To, a famous king in Vietnamese history, and the uprising of the Lam Son troops in the 15th century.

Citadel of Ho Dynasty becomes popular tourist destination in VN

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Citadel of Ho Dynasty has been attracting more and more tourists since it was recognized as World Cultural Heritage site in 2011.

Loggers ravage forests of Sua trees in Thanh Hoa city

 VietNamNet Bridge –  Several hundred trees have been cut down by illegal loggers in a 10-hectare sua (Dalbergia tonkinensis Prain) forest in the suburbs of Thanh Hoa City in the central region.

‘Spice of kings' at risk of disappearing

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cinnamon, which once enriched people in Thanh Hoa, is now difficult to find. Duc Loi and Trung Hieu meet the local "kings of cinnamon".

Three streams of “sacred fish” in Thanh Hoa are tourist attractions

VietNamNet Bridge –  The central province of Thanh Hoa is known for three special streams which are home to the “fish gods”.

Old map confirms island sovereignty

 VietNamNet Bridge – A textbook from 1853 contains a map demonstrating that Hoang Sa and Truong Sa belong to Viet Nam.

Overseas workers remain vulnerable to exploitation

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Van Ung got excited when he heard a radio advertisement about an opportunity to work in Dubai.