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All taxis and ride-hailing vehicles with fewer than nine seats have been allowed to resume normal operations in HCM City after a three-week suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Elderly woman shows heartwarming act of kindness

Ngo Thi Quyt may be 95 years old, but that is not stopping her from making free face masks for the poor.

Tales from the River Bank opens in Da Nang

A collaborative exhibition, Tales from the River Bank, has opened at the city’s museum, featuring photos and old stories of a fishing community on the Han River banks 20 years ago.

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.

Lý Sơn Islands to build as a non-carbon site

SK Group and Doosan Vina have proposed a Non-Carbon Islands Innovation Project including tidal power, solar power-driven stove and Energy Storage System (ESS) for An Bình Islet and Ly Son Islands, off the coast of Quang Ngai.

Questioning of suspects to be recorded

The questioning of suspects nationwide must be recorded with audio and images from the beginning of next year.

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.

Vietnam drawn in U18 group dof death

Vietnamese U18 players are training in Hà Nội for the ASEAN championship in August. — Photo zing.vn

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.