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ASIAD 2018: shooter Hoang Xuan Vinh fails in forte category

Vietnamese marksman Hoang Xuan Vinh has been knocked out of the 10m air pistol event at the ongoing Asian Games (ASIAD) 2018  in Indonesia on August 21. Vietnamese marksman Hoang Xuan Vinh  Vinh finished ninth, getting only 579 points, not enough to qualify for the final of the event, which features the top eight shooters.  The event is Vinh’s strongest ... Read More »

A Rem ethnic minority take oath to protect forests

VietNamNet Bridge – The A Rem ethnic minority in Tan Trach commune of Bo Trach district in Quang Binh province swear that as long as they live, the ancient forests will exist. A Rem people vow to protect forests Eighteen A Rem were discovered living in the stone caves of Bong Cu, Va and So Dua, perched on the Phong ... Read More »

Tam wins Mekong Deltal cycling tour

VietNamNet Bridge – Trinh Duc Tam won the Mekong Delta Cycling Tournament – Gao Hat Ngoc Troi An Giang Cup which concluded yesterday. Triumphant: Trinh Duc Tam (left). — Photo sggp.org.vn Tam of Gao Hat Ngoc Troi An Giang triumphed with the best total time of 23:53.29 after nine stages. The green jersey for best sprinter went to Mai Nguyen ... Read More »

Illegal dumping of industrial waste causes pollution in northern province

 Illegal dumping of industrial waste in Long Châu Commune of Bắc Ninh Province’s Yên Phong District has badly effected the lives and production of local people, reported online newspaper baotintuc.vn. Pile of industrial waste in Ngô Xá Village of Long Châu Commune of Bắc Ninh Province’s Yên Phong District.  According to local residents, illegal dumping and burning of industrial waste ... Read More »

ASIAD 2018: Vietnam at 13th place on first day

As of 10 pm on August 19, Vietnam secured two bronze medals, ranked 13th in the medal tally of the 2018 Asian Games (ASIAD 2018), which officially kicked off the same day in Jakarta, Indonesia. Vietnamese football players in their match with Japan at the ASIAD 2018 on August 19 Topping the tally were China (7 gold, 5 silver, and ... Read More »

HCM City needs huge capital for flood-prevention programmes

VietNamNet Bridge – As the local budget is limited, HCM City authorities have called for investment in 17 anti-flood projects under different investment modes. HCMC has called for investment into 17 anti-flood projects Nguyen Hoang Anh Dung from the HCM City Anti-flood Operation Center said the flood mitigation program is one of seven key programs to be implemented in 2016-2020.  ... Read More »

Vietnam wins second medal at ASIAD 2018

Vietnam won the second medal at the 2018 Asian Games (ASIAD) on August 19 in Jakarta, Indonesia, after its shooters took another bronze medal in the 10-m Air Pistol Mixed Event.  Vietnam places seventh in ASIAD 2018’s medals table (Source: en.asiangames2018.id) Le Thi Linh Chi and Tran Quoc Cuong got a total of 407.5 points, behind their competitors from China ... Read More »

Importing scraps as production feedstock and protecting the environment: A delicate balancing act

It’s a familiar idiom: One’s man trash is another man’s treasure. A few decades ago, when both Vietnamese industrial production and economic integration were at a nascent stage, there was a trend wherein enterprising Vietnamese, lucky enough to go to Japan for study, work or just a visit, could make a quick buck or save money on buying new items ... Read More »

Vietnamese athletes ready for ASIAD 2018 competitions

All members of the Vietnamese delegation for the 18th Asian Games (ASIAD 2018) in Indonesia officially began training on August 16, so as to deliver their strongest performances at the quadrennial continental event. Members of the Vietnamese delegation for ASIAD 2018 pose for a photo after the flag raising ceremony on August 16 Equipment for the gymnastics team will not ... Read More »

Vietnam takes measures to treat increase in domestic waste

As domestic solid waste has long been piling up and become an acute issue in Vietnam for a long time, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) is developing a project to improve waste treatment and management in both rural and urban areas. Workers sort waste at a waste treatment factory According to deputy head of the MoNRE’s Vietnam ... Read More »