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Ancient pottery village discovery in Phan Rang

Visitors to Phan Rang-Thap Cham in the south central province of Ninh Thuan can’t help enjoying beautiful landscapes and exploring the most interesting things at traditional craft villages. Autumn is the best time for a tour of Phan Rang-Thap Cham city in the south central province of Ninh Thuan. The first destination during the tour ... Read More »

French photographer captures old temples of Vietnam

French photographer Nicolas Cornet has visited more than 30 old Buddhist temples across Vietnam over the last three years to keep their beauties in photos recently published in a photo book.  Nicolas Cornet first came to Vietnam in the late 1980s and has been attracted to the country over the last 30 yearsNicolas Cornet signs in his books for visitors ... Read More »

Hung Yen longan fruits during harvest season

Longan fruit is a specialty of Hung Yen. The fruit is round, its skin light yellow and firm, while its flesh is fragrant, sweet and succulent. Longan fruit is a specialty of Hung Yen, which has light yellow and firm skin, while its flesh is fragrant, sweet and succulentOn a farm of over 5,000 sq.m, the family of Tran Van ... Read More »

Walking through age-old shoemaking store in HCM City

The shoe-making store of Trinh Ngoc was opened in Ho Chi Minh City in 1975, among the oldest of its kind still operating today. The store on Ly Chinh Thang street in District 2 of HCM City  Ngoc’s workshop inside the store. The shoemaker himself has crafted shoes for many popular customers in Vietnam and overseas  A custom-made foot mold ... Read More »

Lively Hanoi in the 1990s via French photographer's lens

The following black and white photos of Hanoi were taken by a French photographer in 1991. French photographer Patrick Zachmann captured the soul of Hanoi city in 1991 via his black and white photos. As a freelance photographer since 1976 and a member of Magnum Photos since 1990, he has dedicated himself to long-term works, books and video films, all ... Read More »

Photography festival highlights beauty of Mekong Delta

The 33rd Mekong Delta photography festival, spotlighting the local people and land along with regional development, opened in Chau Doc city, An Giang province, on August 8. Lasting until August 23, the event features the exhibition of 230 photos taken by 278 photographers at Chau Doc’s photography centre and at the Trung Nu Vuong Square in Long Xuyen city. The ... Read More »

Ancient fishing village in Hue at sunrise

Van Quat Dong fishing village on Tam Giang lagoon in Thua Thien- Hue province has attracted visitors to its peaceful and tranquil atmosphere and simple local life. Van Quat Dong is a poor fishing village in Huong Phong commune, Huong Tra district in Thua Thien-Hue province. It is located on Tam Giang lagoon, which is considered the biggest one in ... Read More »

Residents in Hanoi’s flooded areas receive donations

People in Hanoi’s flooded outlying district of Chuong My have been receiving donations. People in the two communes of Tan Tien and Nam Phuong Tien have faced floods for over ten days. They have been presented with ten tonnes of rice along with necessities from local authorities and donors.   Local residents queued up to await donations on August 6.    ... Read More »

Ninh Thuan fishermen buoyant with bumper catch

Fishermen in the south-central coastal province of Ninh Thuan have enjoyed a series of bountiful catches over the past week. Fishermen in Ca Na and Thuong Diem communes in Thuan Nam district, Dong Hai and Phan Rang-Thap Cham city says each inshore fishing vessel can catch 5-6 tons over a day and night.  With a price of VND300,000-320,000 per basket ... Read More »

Street festival celebrates 10 years of Hanoi’s boundary adjustment

A large street festival was held on the pedestrian streets around Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi on July 29 morning to mark 10 years of administrative boundary adjustment of the capital city. browser not support iframe. Themed “The Quintessence of Hanoi – Converging and Shining,” the event drew 5,000 artists and audiences, who joined seven performance groups featuring folk arts, ... Read More »