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Well-known art critic Phan Cam Thuong releases new book

 VietNamNet Bridge – Art critic and culture researcher Phan Cam Thuong has published books about Vietnamese fine arts history since 1984. He teaches at the Viet Nam Academy of Fine Arts' Faculty of Art History and Criticism.

Another fishing boat damaged by Chinese ship

A Chinese steel ship recently rammed into a fishing boat of Haiphong city, causing serious property damage worth hundreds of millions of Vietnam Dong.

Agriculture sector needs guidance

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese farmers have largely failed to benefit from their bumper crops for a long time, leading agriculture expert and South Viet Nam University rector Vo Tong Xuan told Tuoi tre (Youth) newspaper.

Hanoi farmer creates multi-fruit bearing tree

 VietNamNet Bridge – A farmer in Hanoi’s outskirts district of Thanh Oai has become well-known in Vietnam for successfully planting trees that yield five to seven kinds of fruits, typically used on offering trays on traditional festivals.

Why Chinese businessmen only trick Vietnamese?

 VietNamNet Bridge – Scholars have pointed out that Chinese businessmen have been scouring every corner in the rural areas of Vietnam to collect farm produce to serve their dark intentions.

Four died by alcohol in Quang Ninh

Four people in the northern Quang Ninh Province were reported to have died between December 2-4 after drinking alcohol made from sticky rice.

HCM City whizz solves agricultural shrimp mystery

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tran Huu Loc, 29, received a full scholarship to Arizona University in the US, where he discovered the reasons behind mass shrimp fatalities.

Vietnamese farmers give up farming to trade Chinese produce

 VietNamNet Bridge – Most of the people in the Vo Cuong ward of Bac Ninh province have given up farming and shifted to trade Chinese farm produce which can bring higher profits to them.

Trom trees offer barren breakthrough

 VietNamNet Bridge – Trom trees help cover bare land and hills in dry areas and are an important source of income for Vietnamese farmers.