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Tran Thi Binh, 60, who lives in Hanoi, has no idea about the circular economy but now brings her canvas bag shopping instead of taking plastic bags from the supermarket.
Passion, hard work and talent proved to be the perfect mix for Tran Ba Tan, who has studied chemistry since the eighth grade, to secure top marks at the 51st International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) in Paris.
Authorities in the central province are continuing with a plan to renovate 16 historic relic sites at a total cost of VND100 billion (US$4.3 million) this year.
Dozens of households in Thu Dau Mot City in the southern province of Bình Dương continue to make clay jars and pots by traditional methods, just as their ancestors once did.
Hanoi's artists, from the past to the present, have long talked about two giant bas-reliefs on a wall hidden behind a row of houses at the Viet Nam Fine Arts University.
Prolonged hot weather in the central region has caused low water levels in reservoirs and dams, seriously affecting agricultural production and the daily lives of local residents.
Instead of an “air-conditioned office” job, many young people these days are pursuing a culinary career.
Visiting the Mekong River Delta provinces during these days, tourists can see the excitement and joy on the faces of the Khmer people as they clean, renew and decorate their houses to welcome the traditional Chol Chnam Thmay Tet Festival.
“A Little Bit of This and That” as a solo photo exhibition by Dinh Nguyen will open on April 12, marking the opening of Matca space for photography after two years of work.
A number of Vietnamese child models put in a range of impressive performances during Shanghai Fashion Week in China which took place on April 3.
Vietnam International Fashion Week 2019 (VIFW) has been set to be held in HCM City on April 11-14.