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Italian rides Vespa from Rome to Saigon

Ever since the 133-year-old Italian scooter manufacturer Piaggio first launched production of its iconic Vespa in Vietnam, the scooter has been tightly linked to Vietnamese looks and lifestyle.


Man under the influence of meth turns tightrope walker in Saigon

A young man allegedly watched the 2015 Hollywood movie The Walk and used meth before performing a tightrope walking stunt on electricity wires in Ho Chi Minh City on Monday.


Chaos at public apology to four time sentenced to death man

Chaos occurred yesterday at a public meeting of apology held by the People’s Court of Hanoi to Mr. Han Duc Long who had been imprisoned for 11 years and four times sentenced to death. 

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A ‘drink’ that makes you think

At a workshop in HCM City last week, she introduced her company’s herbicide to many scientists, agriculturists and plant protection specialists.


When paying toll exacts a huge toll

When you want to protest against high toll fees charged by a BOT project, what do you do?


Brothers-in-law turn croppers-in-law

Enough has been written and said about the sad practice of school and college students cheating during their examinations.


Vietnamese man hasn’t clipped his fingernails in over 35 years

Luu Cong Huyen, a 58-year-old man from Nam Dinh province, has been growing his fingernails for over three and a half decades, and takes great care to avoid any activity that might cause him [ … ]


Heavy lifting for apartment bloc residents

Residents of Block B of the Tan My apartment building in HCM City have been upset since Sunday when they were informed that the last elevator would be out of service for 14 days.


Clean, modern, mispelled

Those fluent in Vietnamese had the opportunity to laugh at dozens of huge posters along Ham Nghi Street and Nguyen Hoang Street in Hanoi’s Nam Tu Liem District yesterday morning.


Bun cha restaurant opened on bus in Hanoi

The owner of a Bun cha restaurant in Hanoi has renovated an old bus and turned it into a restaurant.


A lot of notes not worthy of note

Last Sunday, a 44-year-old man walked into a bank in HCM City and said he wanted to change US$100,000 into Vietnamese dong.


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