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Binh Thuan wants to develop tourism projects on land with titanium reserves

VietNamNet Bridge – Binh Thuan province, which wants to focus on developing tourism instead of polluting the titanium mining industry, is seeking permission to exclude 20,000 hectares of land out of the national titanium reserve, reported Dan Viet. There are six national mineral reserves in Binh Thuan There are six national mineral reserves covering 82,500 hectares in Binh Thuan province, ... Read More »

ASIAD 2018: Rowers win first gold medal for Vietnam

Vietnamese female rowing team brought the first gold medal to Vietnam on August 23 at the ongoing Asian Games (ASIAD) 2018 in Indonesia. Vietnamese female rowing team  The team, grouping Luong Thi Thao, Ho Thi Ly, Ta Thanh Huyen and Pham Thi Thao showed excellent performance at women’s lightweight quadruple sculls event with 7:01.11. The Iranian team came second with ... Read More »

VN Steel Association insists on importing scrap steel, raising concerns about environment risks

VietNamNet Bridge – Experts have warned about scrap imports heading for Vietnam as China has stopped importing some types of scrap.  The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) estimates that if the scrap imports cannot be blocked, the amount of money Vietnam has to pay for the imports would amount $1.7 billion. In the latest document to the Ministry of ... Read More »

Asian Games 2018: Vietnam secures another silver in wushu

Vietnamese wushu artist Bui Truong Giang obtained a silver medal for his performance in the men’s sanda 56 kg at the ongoing Asian Games (ASIAD) 2018 in Indonesia on August 23. Wushu artist Bui Truong Giang (blue) in his last fight at the the ongoing Asian Games (ASIAD) 2018 in Indonesia on August 23 (Photo: vtv) With the result, the ... Read More »

Waterways in Mekong Delta losing valuable alluvium

VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Van Sanh from the Mekong Delta Development Research Institute, in an article on Thoi Bao Kinh Te Sai Gon, says that water sources have not been managed or used effectively.  Source link Read More »

Weightlifter Trinh Van Vinh wins silver at ASIAD

Weightlifter Trinh Van Vinh clinched a silver medal for Vietnam at the ongoing 2018 Asian Games (ASIAD) in Indonesia on August 21. Weightlifter Trinh Van Vinh (Source: thethao.vnexpress.net) He finished second in the 62kg competition with a total lift of 299kg (snatch: 133kg, clean and jerk: 166kg), finishing only 12kg behind the gold medalist, Irawan Eko Yuli of the host ... Read More »

Rooftop solar panels can satisfy half of power demand: experts

Solar power systems on the roof of houses in Vietnam can help households reduce 50 percent of their bills for monthly power consumption, contributing to protecting the environment, affirmed experts at a conference in Hanoi on August 22 to review one year of implementing documents on developing solar power in Vietnam. A report from the Ministry of Industry and Trade ... Read More »

ASIAD 2018: Two Vietnam footballers listed in typical team of qualifying round

Vietnamese defender Do Duy Manh and midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai were listed in the typical men’s football team of the 3-4-3 formation in the qualifying round at the ongoing Asian Games 2018 (ASIAD) in Indonesia, according to Goal – an international association football news website. Midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai The two showed excellent performance in the round, which helped their ... Read More »

Dong Chau-Khe Nuoc Trong to become nature reserve

VietNamNet Bridge – The Dong Chau-Khe Nuoc Trong Forest in the central province of Quang Binh is considered to be a region of high biodiversity that needs special preservation, however, after four years of research and discussion by experts and local authorities, the establishment of a nature reserve in the forest remains on paper. Dong Chau-Khe Nuoc Trong Forest in ... Read More »

Vien enters final of women’s 400m medley at Asian Games

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s top swimmer Nguyen Thi Anh Vien booked a ticket to the final of the women’s 400m medley at the Asian Games (ASIAD) in Indonesia this morning. Vietnamese top swimmer Nguyen Thi Anh Vien. — Photo danviet.vn She clocked 4:47.56 in the first heat to finish second out of six contestants. Shimizu Sakiko of Japan won with ... Read More »