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Domestic waste water goes to Ha Long Bay

VietNamNet Bridge – Domestic waste water goes directly into Ha Long Bay through dozens of sluice gates stretching along the route around Ha Long City. Pham Manh Hung’s house in Hong Hai Ward is located on the most beautiful road in Ha Long City. However, he cannot bathe in the sea, because the sea water is not safe enough. Some ... Read More »

Employees to cheer on U23 football team

Some companies in Vietnam have decided to give their employees a break today, August 29 to watch the Vietnamese U23 team play an ASIAD 2018 semi-final match against South Korea. The match will take place at 4 pm today. A pharmaceutical firm in the northern province of Nam Dinh will allow staff time off from 3 pm today to cheer ... Read More »

Vietnamese diplomats wish footballers the best ahead semifinals

A delegation of the Vietnamese Embassy and Vietnam’s Mission to ASEAN visited Olympic Vietnam footballers and coaching staff in Jakarta, Indonesia, on August 28 to congratulate the team on its victory and give them the best wishes for the upcoming semifinals. Ambassador to Indonesia Pham Vinh Quang and head of Vietnam’s Permanent Mission to ASEAN Tran Duc Binh (both in ... Read More »

USAID promotes Chi initiative to drive down demand for rhino horn

The USAID Wildlife Asia on Tuesday launched the third phase of the Chí initiative, a communication programme to help decrease consumer demand for rhino horn in Việt Nam. Craig Hart, Acting Mission Director of the US Agency for International Development Mission in Việt Nam, speaks at the launching ceremony of the Chí initiative’s phase 3 in Hà Nội on Tuesday. ... Read More »

Fans rush to book last-minute tours to watch ASIAD football semifinal

Travel companies in Vietnam are working at full capacity to serve the demands of fans hoping to watch their Olympic football team play live at the ASIAD semifinal match in Indonesia on August 29. browser not support iframe. Vietnam defeated Syria 1-0 in the quarterfinal match of the ongoing Asian Games 2018 (ASIAD) on August 27. The only goal was ... Read More »

Police prepare for Vietnam U23s ASIAD quarterfinal street party

More than 1,000 policemen have been mobilised to ensure security in Hanoi and HCM City for the Vietnamese U23 football team’s quarterfinal against Syria on Monday evening. According to the Hanoi Department of Police, around 500 staff from the department’s mobile police have been deployed for the task.      Football fans’ joy after Vietnam defeated Bahrain The policemen have ... Read More »

Registration agency to lift vehicle emission standards

VietNamNet Bridge – Higher standards on vehicle emissions will have an impact on the automobile market, especially used cars. However, lifting the standards is a must to control pollution. The Vietnam Register (VR), an agency belonging to the Ministry of Transport (MOT), has completed a draft of a decree on controlling vehicle emissions. The draft decree stipulates that the CO2 ... Read More »

Vietnam's Chinh eliminated from women’s 100m in ASIAD

Top Vietnamese athlete Le Tu Chinh failed to qualify for the final round of the women’s 100m dash at the Asian Games (ASIAD), held on Sunday in Jakarta, Indonesia. Le Tu Chinh failed to qualify for the final round of the women’s 100m dash at the Asian Games (ASIAD).  Photo thethao.vnecdn.net Chinh competed in her favourite category with a total ... Read More »

Industrial waste pollutes HCM City

VietNamNet Bridge – Industrial waste has been piling up on several streets in HCM City, creating pollution and hurting the quality of life of local residents. The Tan Hoa – Lo Gom Canal across Tan Binh District, one of the five biggest canal systems in HCM City, is severely polluted by untreated wastewater and solid waste. — VNA/VNS Photo Hoang ... Read More »