Attention should be paid to political and ideological education for journalists to help them understand their role as "pioneering soldiers" on the ideological and cultural frontlines of the Party, said a Party official.

The statement was made by Politburo member, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and Chairman of the committee’s Commission for Information and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia at a working session in Hanoi on June 16 with the Party Delegation to the Vietnam Journalists' Association (VJA).

The session reviewed Party leadership over VJA activities since its 11th National Congress for the 2020-2025 tenure.

Nghia commended the journalists nationwide on their development and steadfastness, attributing their success to the leadership and guidance of the VJA Party Delegation. He expressed his hope that the VJA would continue to fulfill its role as a key socio-political and professional organisation, serving as a "common home" for journalists across the country, and safeguarding their legitimate rights and interests.

The Party Delegation was urged to instruct the VJA and its chapters nationwide to widely disseminate the Party policies and guidelines, the State laws and regulations relating to press activities; direct the review of the 5-year implementation of the Party Central Committee Secretariat’s Directive on strengthening the Party leadership over the VJA’s activities in the new context.

As 2025 marks the 100th anniversary of Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (June 21, 1925-2025), Nghia asked the VJA Party Delegation to urgently prepare plans for this event and the VJA’s 12th National Congress for the 2025-2030 tenure.

Le Quoc Minh, Secretary of the VJA Party Delegation, VJA Chairman, Vice Chairman of the Commission for Information and Education and Editor-in-Chief of Nhan Dan (People) newspaper, reported that since the beginning of its term, the VJA has held over 256 training courses to enhance professional skills and political knowledge for nearly 9,000 members nationwide.

More than 250 councils have been established at central and local levels to handle professional violations among journalists./.

Deputy PM orders strict punishment against fishing violations

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang on June 17 ordered stakeholders to step up communications work to raise public awareness against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing and mete out harsh punishment on illegal fishing in foreign waters.

At an online conference with ministries, sectors and localities, Quang, who is also head of the National Steering Committee for IUU Fishing Prevention and Control, acknowledged their efforts in the IUU fishing combat which is an important and key task of the whole political system.

It is a must to seriously put in place the Party Central Committee's Secretariat and Government’s related documents with a view to having the European Commission (EC)’s “yellow card” warning against Vietnamese seafood removed soon, he stressed.

Localities must optimise their resources, bolster coordination with competent authorities, and roll out harmonious and drastic solutions, including the handling of violations, the improvement of traceability, and the enhancement of inspections and supervisions over boats’ operation, while promoting standout examples in the fight, the official said.

According to a report from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam has recorded significant achievements after seven years of efforts to have the illegal fishing label lifted, notably the completion of a legal framework, the good management of fishing vessels, sound traceability, and enhanced law enforcement efforts.

However, several missions have lagged behind the EC’s recommendations due to the poor awareness of both local leaders and fishermen and limitations in coordination between authorities as well as the inspection and handling of violations, among others./.

Military Region 2’s team repatriates over 1,800 martyrs’ remains in 30 years

The martyrs’ remains search and repatriation team in Laos under Military Region 2 has searched and collected 1,835 remains of Vietnamese over the past three decades, heard a ceremony to mark 30th founding anniversary of the team held in Oudomxay province, Laos on June 17.

The team was established on June 17, 1994 under the directive of the Vietnamese Minister of Defence and the minute signed between the two Governments on the search and repatriation of the remains of the Vietnamese voluntary soldiers and experts who laid down their lives in Laos during wartime. It has been tasked with surveying, clarifying, searching and repatriating the remains in six northern Lao localities of Oudomxay, Luang Namtha, Bokeo, Luang Prabang, Phongsaly and Xayaboury.

At the ceremony, Major General Pham Hong Thai, deputy political commissar and head of the Steering Committee for the search, collection and identification of fallen soldiers’ remains (Steering Committee 515) under Military Region 2 praised the team’s achievements over the past time, and thanked the Lao Government’s special working group, the Vietnamese and Lao people in the six northern provinces of Laos, as well as the authorities of Vietnamese Dien Bien province and Oudomxy for their sincere support for the team’s work.

Vice Chairman of Oudomxay province Onkeo Unnalom expressed his gratitude towards the voluntary Vietnamese soldiers and experts who made sacrifices for the international revolutionary cause, and stood shoulders by shoulders with the Lao people to fight for independence and freedom of the Lao people.

He asked the administrations and peoples of the six Lao provinces to see the search and repatriation of Vietnamese soldiers and experts’ remains as their responsibility to consolidate information and put forth the work.

On the occasion, the Vietnamese Ministry of Defence and the administration of Oudomxay presented a certificate of merit to the team in recognition of its achievements in the past time./.

Local canoeists bring home six golds at Asian tournament

Vietnamese canoeists bagged six gold, four silver, and two bronze medals at the Asian Canoe Sprint Junior and U23 Championships which concluded on June 16 in Thailand.

A gold medal went to Olympic qualifier Nguyen Thi Huong who topped the U23 women's single C1 500m event. 

She also teamed up with Nguyen Thi Hong Thai and Diep Thi Huong to win two more gold medals in the U23 women's double C2 200m and C2 500m events, respectively.

Mac Thi Thanh Thuy and Diep Thi Thuy in the U18 women's double C2 200m and C2 500m races, as well as Nguyen Thi Hai Anh in the U18 women's single C1 500m, also brought home three gold medals between them.

Taking place in Thailand from June 10 to June 16, the Asian tournament witnessed the participation of athletes from 18 countries.

Moving forward, the Vietnamese canoeing and rowing team will send two Olympic qualifiers to more international tournaments before heading to 2024 Paris Olympics which are scheduled to take place from July 26 to August 11.

Rower Pham Thi Hue will compete in the 2024 Southeast Asia Rowing and Canoeing, U19 and U23 Championships in the northern port city of Hai Phong from June 24 to July 7.

Meanwhile, canoeist Nguyen Thi Huong will take part in the U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships which will be held in Bulgaria this July.

PM lauds digital transformation progress in People's Courts

Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính commended the People's Court sector for its achievements in digital transformation while attending a teleconference on Sunday.

The event, connecting with over 800 locations from People's Courts nationwide, showcased successful digital transformation models adopted by the sector.

In his address, PM Chính, who is also Chairman of the National Committee for Digital Transformation, highlighting the Party and State’s strong commitment to digital transformation, viewing it as a critical political task, an inevitable trend, and an objective requirement in the national construction, defence and development.

Pointing to the development of e-courts as a central task in the ongoing judicial reform process, he said this initiative is essential to improve the operational efficiency of the court system, strengthen public trust in the law and justice system as well.

Recognising the rapidly changing global landscape, he urged the sector to continue upholding its tradition of overcoming challenges and fulfilling assigned duties. He specifically emphasised the importance of accelerating digital transformation as one of the most crucial, effective, and supportive tools for the court system's operations.

He called on the sector to hasten the building of e-courts on the back of fine-tuning relevant policies and mechanisms, developing digital infrastructure and platforms, creating digital data and ensuring seamless connectivity and sharing to improve courts’ governance and execution capacity, nurturing digital human resources and skills, and raising awareness of the effort among all court staff.

The PM also urged the early submission of the amended Law on the Organisation of the People's Courts and the revised Civil Procedure Code to the legislature for approval, thus laying the groundwork for online judicial activities.

At the same time, court activities should be made available on the Supreme People's Court's portal and the websites of all-level People's Courts, aiming for all People's Courts to meet the necessary equipment and personnel requirements to conduct online trials.

The teleconference also included live-streamed court sessions from various locations.

Since the start of 2022, the People's Courts have collaborated with prosecuting agencies to conduct nearly 20,000 online trials, yielding cost saving of nearly VNĐ100 billion (US$4.16 million).

The court sector has further embraced innovation by incorporating artificial intelligence and virtual assistants to support judges. These tools have addressed a significant volume of inquiries, exceeding 5.7 million to date. Additionally, the National Public Service Portal provides numerous online legal services for the public, with over 1.4 million judgments and decisions accessible.

HCM City works to bring water to remote urban area

After its formation 19 years ago, HCM City's water supply system has increased in size by 500 per cent, reaching nearly 11,000km.

Nearly 1.6 million water meters have been installed in the city so far.

With a goal of bringing clean water to every household, the Sài Gòn Water Corporation (Sawaco) is making a new effort to bring water to the farthest place in the city – Cần Giờ District.

As a remote district, Cần Giờ District has limited traffic, a large area, low population density and many rivers and canals.

Sawaco and local authorities have been trying to gradually complete the water network and modernise clean water supply technology in recent years.

In April last year, the unit finished taking water to more than 1,600 households in Lý Nhơn Commune.

Last month, the Cần Giờ Water Supply Enterprise installed about 300 water meters in Tam Thôn Hiệp Commune, increasing the number of newly installed meters in the commune to 400.

The work helped increase water pressure for most households, which are using tap water from small water businesses.

The Cần Giờ Water Supply Enterprise said that clean water projects Sawaco has invested into Cần Giờ District have contributed significantly to local socio-economic development and tourism.

Clean tap water improves people's lives, especially during stormy seasons, and ensures social security.

In addition, the projects have helped the city save more than VNĐ50 billion (US$1.9 million) per year by reducing the need for the city to transport clean water by waterway, as it used to do.

Three out of the seven communes in Cần Giờ District -- Tam Thôn Hiệp, An Thới Đông and Lý Nhơn - now have a clean water system.

The system also serves some parts of the remaining communes.

Sawaco leaders said that the corporation plans to further extend the clean water system in Cần Giờ District next year.

Under the plan, the top priority task is to build additional pipes across the Soài Rạp and Tắc Sông Chà rivers, and build more tanks at pumping stations to expand capacity.

As of last month, Sawaco had provided clean water to 110,430 households in Hóc Môn District in the north of the city.

The corporation is implementing 14 projects for a water supply roadmap in the district over the next year, with a total investment of about VNĐ1.2 billion ($47,200).

To date, Sawaco has carried out four projects that are 70 per cent finished. The corporation expects to complete them by the end of this month.

The remaining projects will be completed by the end of this year.

A spokesperson from the Sài Gòn Groundwater One Member Co. Ltd., which supplies water for Hóc Môn District, said that the company worked with local authorities to install water meters quickly and ensure legitimate needs are met for the people. 

Quảng Ninh hosts free swimming classes for children

The northern province of Quảng Ninh has held nearly 200 free-of-charge swimming classes for children from six to 16 years old over the past month.

The classes aimed to teach safe swimming skills and prevent drownings, especially in the current summer days.

The province has about 100,000 children between the ages of six and 16, but only about 50 per cent can swim.

Its goal is that by next year, 60 per cent of children in this age group can swim and 90 per cent of local households have access to information, knowledge and skills on safe swimming and child drowning prevention.

The 200 classes have attracted more than 3,700 youngsters.

Vũ Quang Trực, Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, said that localities actively organising free swimming courses included Uông Bí City, Vân Đồn District, Quảng Yên and ĐôngTriều towns.

"The localities must well manage teaching for the children and also for all the people so that adults can support and help children to swim. We aim to equip every child swimming skills and reach the highest rate of children being able to swim in Quảng Ninh," he said. 

Việt Nam to send six contestants to 2024 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship

Six national champions were announced at the awards ceremony of the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) World Championship - Viettel 2024 in Hà Nội on June 14.

Six national champions were announced at the awards ceremony of the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) World Championship - Viettel 2024 in Hà Nội on June 14.

They include Nguyễn Minh Dương from the Hanoi University of Science and Technology - first place in the category of Microsoft Word 365 Apps, Do Dong Hai from the National Economics University - first prize in Microsoft Excel 365 Apps, and Pham Nguyễn Minh Hoàng from Hanoi-based Nguyen Tat Thanh secondary and high school - first place in Microsoft PowerPoint 365 Apps.

The remainder are Tran Truong Giang from the Long Truong High School in Ho Chi Minh City - first place in Microsoft Office Word 2019, Tran Thanh An from the Hanoi – Amsterdam High School for the Gifted - first prize in Microsoft Office Excel 2019, and Võ Ngoc Anh Linh from the Bảo Lộc High School for the Gifted in Lâm Đồng province - first place in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2019.

These champions will represent Vietnam at the world finals of the 2024 MOS World Championship held in Anaheim, California, the US from July 28-31, competing against their peers from nearly 100 countries and territories worldwide.

The MOS World Championship - Viettel 2024 saw the participation of nearly 2,200 contestants selected from 240 teams across universities, colleges, and high schools nationwide. At the preliminary round, a record number of 156 contestants achieved perfect scores of 1,000, with 105 of them being high school students and some completing their tests in less than 10 minutes. Nearly 86% of the qualifier competitors scored 700 points or higher, qualifying for the MOS certification recognised globally by Microsoft. 

Measles resurgence sparks health concerns amid low vaccination rates

Measles cases are returning in southern Việt Nam, raising concerns among health officials.

The resurgence of measles has been noticeable in HCM City, where 16 confirmed cases have been reported this year.

At Children's Hospital 1 in HCM City, four children are being treated for measles complications, including pneumonia and thrombocytopenia.

All four have not been vaccinated against measles due to either being too young or their parents not taking them for vaccination.

"These children are at high risk of serious complications when they contract measles," warned Dư Tuấn Quy, Head of Infectious Diseases and Neurology Department at the hospital.

The decline in vaccination rates is attributed to disruptions in the Expanded Programme on Immunisation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, coverage rates for measles have fallen below the 95 per cent threshold required for herd immunity.

The situation is not unique to HCM City. Across southern Việt Nam, vaccination rates for measles have been consistently low in recent years, notably in Bình Phước, Kiên Giang and An Giang.

Nguyễn Vũ Thượng, Deputy Director of HCM City Pasteur Institute, expressed concern about the potential for a widespread measles outbreak in the region.

He said the low and uneven vaccination coverage rates for measles in the provinces would create a favourable environment for the disease to spread. He called for increased efforts to identify and vaccinate unvaccinated or under-vaccinated individuals to prevent outbreaks.

The Ministry of Health has instructed local authorities to develop contingency plans for responding to measles and other vaccine-preventable diseases and called for measures to expand measles vaccination campaigns to reach unvaccinated populations. 

Deadly workplace accidents continue to plague Vietnam

A recent string of deadly workplace accidents has ripped through factories in several provinces, raising serious concerns about gaps in workplace safety measures.

Just in the past two months, workplace accidents have claimed a shocking number of lives. A horrific accident at a cement factory owned by Yên Bái Cement and Minerals JSC left seven workers dead and three injured in April. One month later, another at a Sunrise Wood Trading Production Co., Ltd. factory claimed six lives and left five hurt.

Hà Tất Thắng, Director of the Work Safety Department under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, admits there's a problem. While the total number of workplace accidents has dipped in 2024, the severity of these recent incidents is alarming.

Thắng blames the accidents on employers who are not following safety rules and workers who have not received proper safety training. The lack of knowledge and skills, coupled with a relaxed attitude towards safety, create a hazardous working environment.

The Law on Occupational Safety and Health is clear: employers must prioritise safety. This means they are required to establish a system to manage risks, develop clear procedures and rules, assign supervisors and most importantly, train workers before they even step onto the job site.

For high-risk jobs, companies also need to create detailed work plans and have rescue measures in place in case of emergencies. Unfortunately, recent accidents suggest both employers and workers are cutting corners on safety.

Nguyễn Anh Thơ, Director of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health under the General Confederation of Labour, believes many businesses have a skewed view of workplace safety.

He reveals that many businesses still see spending money on safety as a waste. They do the bare minimum to comply with regulations instead of recognising it as an investment in their workers' well-being and the company's future.

"Companies need a reality check," Thơ argues. "Good working conditions, fair labour standards, and competitive wages and benefits are essential for attracting and keeping good employees."

Experts emphasise that ensuring workplace safety is a shared responsibility.

Government agencies must step up inspections and crack down on companies violating safety regulations. Employers must prioritise safety training for their workers, provide adequate protective gear and improve working conditions overall. Workers must be more aware of safety risks and follow rules in the workplace.

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs is taking action by issuing a document urging local authorities to ramp up inspections and ensure employers follow occupational safety laws.

The focus will be on companies that provide services related to workplace safety, such as training, technical inspections and environmental monitoring.

The Ministry is also directing its inspectors to crack down on violations. For serious offenders, the Ministry could temporarily suspend their licences or even pursue criminal charges.

There were 7,394 workplace accidents nationwide in 2023, resulting in 7,553 casualties, including 1,720 seriously injured and 699 killed. The total cost of workplace accidents hit more than VNĐ16 trillion (US$625 million). 

Three family members die from electric shock in southern Vietnam

Châu Phú District's Police Office on Monday reported that three members of a family were killed around 11:20am on Sunday in Long Phước Hamlet, Ô Long Vĩ Commune, Châu Phú District, in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang due to electric shock.

Earlier, at 11:20 am on Sunday, Lê Thị Tuyết Loan, 24, residing in the hamlet, went to the home of her husband’s brother named Ngô Văn Hùng.

She found Hùng’s seven-year-old son lying motionless. She called on the boy but he did not respond.

Then, she also found Hùng, 49, and his 45-year-old wife, dead.

She immediately informed of the case to the commune police.

After receiving the report, local police went to the scene to investigate. Initial findings indicated that the three people died from electric shock.

The police are continuing to further investigate the case.

Embassy hails Italy’s non-gov't organisation for support for Vietnam

The Vietnamese Embassy acknowledged the support in education-training, healthcare, culture, environment and agriculture and rural development that the Gruppo Trentino Di Volontariato (GTV), a non-government organisation in Italy, has given to Vietnamese localities and communities with difficulties over the past years, a representative from the embassy has said.

Hoang Thi Tuan Oanh made the statement while attending a rountable conference, called “development and international cooperation in Vietnam in the past 25 years” held as part of activities held on June 15 and 16 to mark the 25th founding anniversary of the GTV.

She highlighted the achievements that Vietnam has carved out in poverty alleviation and sustainable development as well as the Vietnamese Government’s commitment to ensuring sustainable development goals so that no one is left behind.

GTV President Laura Paternoster told the Vietnam News Agency that with sound cooperation with local authorities, the GTV projects have been well implemented in Vietnam, adding the organisation wants to continue its investments for a better integrated education system for students with disabilities in Ha Giang province’s Xin Man district, women empowerment, and tourism popularisation.

In a meeting with Deputy Mayor of Trento city Elisabetta Bozzarelli, Oanh thanked Trento for its support for the GTV’s activities in Vietnam, and pledged to continue cooperation with the organisation as well as other partners of Trento in voluntary projects as well as the collaboration between Vietnam and Trento in the coming time.

With more than 660 voluntary organisations and over 5,000 volunteers, Trento was honoured as a voluntary capital of Europe in 2024.

The GTV was set up in 1999 by a group of volunteers in Trento to support Vietnamese newborns. It then expanded its operation and carried out projects in the fields of education, healthcare, clean water and sanitation, prevention of women and children trafficking, child protection and urgent aid, and sustainable development. The organisation’s projects have been implemented in Bac Giang, Bac Ninh, Cao Bang, Lai Chau, Hai Duong, Hung Yen, Binh Dinh, Da Nang, Nghe An and Ha Giang./.

Art installation for sea turtle conservation

An art installation has been creating documenting the journey of sea turtles from birth to their return to lay eggs.

The exhibition named Phieu (Drifting) features 1001 ceramic sea turtles handcrafted by artist Cao Thanh Tha.

To mark World Sea Turtle Day on June 16, the exhibition is being held with the professional sponsor of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

The works are displayed in six art installations, including "Beautiful Ocean - Real Space - Future", "Ocean Current", "Undercurrent", "Dawn - Twilight - Night", and "Return" as well as engaging activities. These installations describe the sea turtles' remarkable journey from birth, beginning their days of drifting along the currents and floating on the open sea, until their return to their birthplace.

From 2014 up to now, IUCN has organised volunteer programs to protect sea turtles in Con Dao National Parks, then expanded to other destinations such as Nui Chua National Park and Hon Cau Marine Reserve.

Volunteers assist rangers in the rescue and conservation work, especially during the time sea turtles come ashore to lay eggs.

The programme has been in operation for ten years.

As an installation artist, Tha has been associated with community art projects to protect the marine environment. Participating in the IUCN Volunteer Programme in 2018, Tha had the opportunity to directly engage in the rescue and conservation of sea turtles for 12 days and nights in Con Dao island.

These unique discoveries and experiences inspired Tha to create the art installation exhibition to contribute to the community efforts in sea turtle conservation, marine environment protection and biodiversity conservation for sustainable development.

Tha said: "According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the odds of baby turtles surviving to adulthood are 1 in 1,000. Therefore, at this exhibition, I select the number of 1001 turtles, creating 1,000 young turtles and only one female turtle.

"I want to raise public awareness about the characteristics and risk of extinction of sea turtles, thereby calling on everyone to join hands to protect this species, as well as the marine environment."

Phieu also conveys a message of respect for the natural, free, independent, and distinctive features of each person in the society.

"I also employ eco-friendly ceramic materials to create 1,001 unique ceramic turtles. The distinctive features of turtles are further conveyed by the fact that no two of these 1,001 turtles are alike in shape or colour," Tha said.

Bui Thi Thu Hien, Marine and Coastal Programme Coordinator of IUCN in Vietnam said: "I hope that through exhibitions and artistic activities, the public will readily access the knowledge and learn about sea turtles and the significance of efforts to conserve the marine environment and maintain biodiversity.

"Our goal is to spread awareness about the need to change environmental illiteracy."

Phieu also marks the first time Vietnam has had an art exhibition with a record number of 1,001 ceramic sea turtles.

Visitors can also read books about sea turtles, paint, and engage in clay sculpting and ceramic glazing as part of the display.

The exhibition runs until June 19./.

Pilot smart border gate project reviewed in Lang Son

An inter-sectoral task force from the Vietnam sub-committee under the Vietnam-China Land Border Joint Committee held a working session with the Lang Son provincial People's Committee on June 17 to review the progress of a pilot smart border gate project in the province.

The session focused on coordinating efforts to build a smart border gate model between Vietnam’s Lang Son and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China.

The provincial authorities reported on regular discussions with their Chinese counterparts through conferences and seminars to ensure smooth collaboration.

The project is divided into two phases, spanning from the third quarter of 2024 to the fourth quarter of 2029 with an estimated total cost of 7.9 trillion VND (329.1 million USD). Funds will be used for constructing and expanding dedicated cargo transport routes, infrastructure and terminals.

Nguyen Thi Huong, Vice Chairwoman of the Foreign Ministry’s National Boundary Commission and head of the task force, shared some opinions about building and managing smart border gate models at Huu Nghi international border gate and Tan Thanh border gate in Lang Son.

She proposed that Lang Son province continue closely monitoring the project, effectively working with the Government Office to share information, and promptly report any issues arising during the implementation./.

Vietnamese cuisine promoted in Hong Kong

A Vietnamese food festival is taking place in Hong Kong (China) from June 12 to July 14 to promote the Vietnamese cuisine.

Chef Quang Le, Executive Sous Chef of New World Hoiana Beach Resort in Vietnam’s Hoi An city presents a range of authentic recipes showcasing the flavours from the ancient city, accented by ingredients and condiments from his hometown.

More than 20 Vietnamese specialties will be served during Café East’s dinner buffet. Menu items on rotational basis include goi cuon (fresh spring roll), banh xeo (Vietnamese egg pancake), braised fish in clay pot, bo luc lac (beef stir-fry with capsicum and oyster sauce), banh mi (iconic Vietnamese sandwich), canh chua (sweet and sour soup with clams), and more.

Vietnam’s classic Pho noodle soup and authentic noodle Hanoi Bun Cha (vermicelli noodles with grilled pork) will be served up every night.

For desserts, there are assorted sweet bean soup, banana sticky rice rolls, and mung bean cake with sesame in ginger syrup.

Gary Wong, Chef of New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel, said that Vietnamese cuisine has a long history in Hong Kong, many Vietnamese cities are becoming attractive tourist destinations and Hong Kong people are very familiar with delicious Vietnamese dishes.

He called this a good opportunity to cooperate with hotels in Hoi An to bring authentic Vietnamese flavours to customers, he said.

During the festival, diners can also witness cooking techniques from Vietnamese chefs./.

Source: VNA/SGT/VNS/VOV/Dtinews/SGGP/VGP/Hanoitimes