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Fishing with long rackets on Hanoi's Tich River

When the water level lowers in Tich River, the residents in Hanoi’s outlying district of Thach That will come out and submerge in the river with long rackets to catch the fish. Catching fish with long rackets is considered a traditional culture of the people living by the river.  The locals often gather to catch ... Read More »

Hanoi farmers earn big during rat hunting season

The current rat hunting season has offered a good chance for many farmers in Hanoi’s outlying district of Thach That to earn money. Hundreds of people in Canh Nau, Di Nau commues in Thach That are flocking to local fields for hunting rats. Each kilo of rat meat is sold at between VND100,000 (USD4.54) and VND120,000 (USD5.45), more expensive than ... Read More »

Ban Gioc Waterfall – Natural masterpiece in Southeast Asia

 Ban Gioc Waterfall is considered a priceless gift that the nature has given to the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang. It is an overwhelming waterfall with breathtaking beauty in Southeast Asia Ban Gioc Waterfall, located on the Vietnam-China borderline, is in Dam Thuy commune of Trung Khanh district  The waterfall is 89km to the north of Cao Bang township ... Read More »

Youths celebrate Halloween in HCM City

Thousands of the youthful generation flocked to Bui Vien and De Tham Streets in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City for a Halloween celebration on October 30. Bui Vien, Pham Ngu Lao, and De Tham Streets were packed with people on October 30 night. Ordinarily, a Halloween celebration is held on the last day of October. In Vietnam, it has ... Read More »

Tranquillity of Ha Long in autumn

Ha Long city in the northern province of Quang Ninh is the image of serenity in autumn,excepting the bustling tourist sites nearby. You know it is autumn in Ha Long when early morning fog drifts in from the sea. At the foot of Bai Tho Mountain, fishermen anchor their boats as they raise catches of shrimp and fish.     ... Read More »

Tranquillity of Ha Long in autumn

Ha Long city in the northern province of Quang Ninh is the image of serenity in autumn,excepting the bustling tourist sites nearby. You know it is autumn in Ha Long when early morning fog drifts in from the sea. At the foot of Bai Tho Mountain, fishermen anchor their boats as they raise catches of shrimp and fish.     ... Read More »

Tranquillity of Ha Long in autumn

Ha Long city in the northern province of Quang Ninh is the image of serenity in autumn,excepting the bustling tourist sites nearby. You know it is autumn in Ha Long when early morning fog drifts in from the sea. At the foot of Bai Tho Mountain, fishermen anchor their boats as they raise catches of shrimp and fish.     ... Read More »

Boat-making villages busy in Mekong Delta flood season

While flood damage prevents fishermen from going to work, the locals in the Mekong Delta find another way to make a living by making fishing nets and small boats. Boats are already one of the most common means of transport of the people in the Mekong Delta which has a dense network of river courses. As the flood season came ... Read More »

Lost in Sa Dec flower village

Situated near the Mekong River, the Sa Dec flower village in the city of the same name is famous for its flowers that bloom all year round, thanks to its rich soil that is fertilised by the river’s alluvial deposits. Less than 150 kilometres from Ho Chi Minh City, Sa Dec is becoming a flower capital of the southwestern region. ... Read More »

The best photos of National Youth Photo Festival 2017

The second National Youth Photo Festival 2017 titled “Young Thoughts, Young Views” was launched to encourage young professional and amateur photographers to capture images of Vietnam’s land, people, and development. “The herdsman” – Consolation prize “Move”  – Consolation prize “While dressing up” – Consolation prize “The decisive blow”  – Consolation prize “The sea flower”  – Consolation prize “The gull preys”  ... Read More »