Month: October 2017

Dancing with death

Viet Nam News Dancing with death Gyrating and jumping with gay abandon to blaring music can be an annoyance, but…

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Does a pretty face guarantee musical talent?

Viet Nam News by An Vũ The entertainment world is familiar with cases of many celebrated actors turning singers. Venturing…

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Smolny Palace: Centre of Russia’s revolution

Lenin at work: A painting portrays Lenin in the parlour of Smolny Palace, where the All-Russian Congress of Soviets took…

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The significance of Buffalo Horn amongst Black Hmong Tribe

VOV.VN – Whilst visiting Sa Pa I came to learn that there are several tribes with their own ancient traditions….

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Vietnam Tours from the United Kingdom

Today, in one of the world’s last communist countries, the motorcycles and western dress of the industrious youth happily co-exist…

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This car wash might be a lot of eyewash

Viet Nam News Khánh Dương It is obvious that air quality in Hà Nội has deteriorated in recent years, and…

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An unhealthy practice

An unhealthy practice When a doctor prescribes something other than medicine, it can be a bitter pill to swallow for…

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Getting smart about kids and smart phones

Viet Nam News By Minh Thu After dinner, Nguyễn Minh Trang, 30, allows her five-year-old daughter, nicknamed Daisy, to use…

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Bare feet feat: fire walkers talk to the gods

The northern province of Ha Giang is not only famous for its breath-taking mountainous and terraced rice paddies, it is…

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Out of line: students queuing up for free food

Viet Nam News Bảo Hoa Vũ Tuấn Anh runs an institute that provides soft skills and management training for college…

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Homestay service offers more sustainable tourism

Viet Nam News   Eleven ethnic-minority households in the Hoàng Su Phì District of Hà Giang Province are operating an…

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Ha Giang’s ‘poisonous’ porridge, a real treat

Ha Giang is now known all over the world for its spectacular landscapes including golden terraced rice fields, limestone peaks…

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Vietnam Art: The Quintessence of Tonkin

Audiences will experience six aspects of the cultural Quintessence of Tonkin: Poetry, Buddhism, Nostalgia, Music & Painting, Joy & Festivities….

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Floating and careening down Giăng River

Viet Nam News by Hồng Minh NGHỆ AN — Before my trip to Con Cuông District in central Nghệ An…

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French envoy walks his talk on Hanoi streets

To say that Jean-Noel Poirier is smitten by Hanoi would be an understatement. To call it puppy love would be…

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New direct flight route between Bangkok and Phu Quoc

Mr. Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth – President of Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited organized a press briefing event on 3 October 2017…

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Dishing out “buffalo meat hung up in kitchen“

This region draws travellers not only to its scenery and colourful hill tribe residents, but also to its dishes, the…

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Son Doong – World’s Largest Cave

The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam contains the oldest karst system in Asia, between 400-450 million years old….

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