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Drug trafficking around Vietnam's borders has become more complicated as the country has become a transit hub for traffickers.

Hanoi celebrates 65 years of liberation

More than a thousand years of defence and construction have shaped Hanoi's heroic historical and cultural traditions. 

From everyday use to fine art

Hundreds of fine art works designed to be used in daily life such as interior decor and fashion are on display at an exhibition in Hanoi.

HCM City takes steps to ensure traffic safety and order

Nguyen Ngoc Tuong, deputy chief of the HCM City Traffic Safety Committee, talks  about the city's traffic situation and solutions to ensure traffic safety

Genome of rare Linhzhi mushroom conserved

The genome of rare Linhzhi mushrooms has been successfully conserved by scientists of Phước Bình National Park, opening opportunities for the production of the mushroom.

Đà Nẵng motel helps young poor parents

A motel in central Da Nang's Le Quang Dinh Street has become a destination for young poor parents and single mothers who need somewhere to live at affordable prices.

State audit could face lawsuits: draft law

State agencies will be allowed to file legal challenges against the State Audit over unsatisfactory audit reports, according to a draft amendment to the Law on State Audit.

Vietnam suggests stronger connectivity in East Asia, restraint on East Sea

Vietnamese foreign minister called on relevant sides to enhance trust and to not militarise but exercise restraint in the East Sea.

Vietnamese, Lao investment ministries enhance co-operation

The Ministries of Planning and Investment of Việt Nam and Laos signed an agreement on bilateral co-operation for the 2019-2021 period during talks between the two ministers in Vientiane on June 22.

Student-classroom ratio a challenge for HCM City schools

HCM City faces challenges in meeting the Ministry of Education and Training’s regulation on the maximum number of students in classrooms as enrolment continues to increase.

Theatre arts need to innovate to meet changing audience tastes

The rapid development of science and technology has led to major changes in the way people enjoy the arts and has placed traditional stages in fierce competition with other types of entertainment.

Cham Islands successfully protect biodiversity

Local fisherman Huynh Tan Loc now earned his living mostly from home-stay and cuisine service or night-fishing on boat rather than fishing.

Vietnamese boxers to compete in South Korea

Five Vietnamese boxers will take part in tournaments hosted by the Boxing Association of Korea and the World Boxing Council next month.

Vietnamese artist displays installation artwork at Chateau La Coste

Popular artist Tia Thuy Nguyen has just become the first Vietnamese artist to display artwork at Chateau La Coste, France.

Dak Lak triumph in National Sports Festival for Ethnic Minorities

Dak Lak  triumphed in the 11th National Sports Festival for Ethnic Minorities which closed in Dak Nong Province on May 27.

POPS asks huge compensation for alleged FPT TV copyright infringement

Vietnam-headquartered POPS Worldwide, a digital entertainment company, has asked for compensation of US$15 million from FPT TV for alleged copyright infringement.

Le Pho masterpiece fetches record price at Christie’s Hong Kong painting auction

An oil-on-canvas painting featuring a nude woman by master painter Lê Phổ (1907-2001) was sold at nearly US$ 1.4 million (HK$10,925,000) at an auction sale at Christie’s Hong Kong on May 26.