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Vietnam seizes over 2.7 tons of smuggled elephant tusks

Police in the north-central Vietnamese province of Thanh Hoa Saturday detected more than 2.7 metric tons of contraband elephant tusks in a truck bound for Hanoi, which is the locality’s biggest interception so far.

 

“War does not have a woman's face”

(10 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

A war within: Vietnamese women warriors search for inner peace in Zen

   

Park preserves pottery trade in Hội An

(3 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Nguyễn Văn Nguyên has been surrounded by pottery from an early age. His latest project, a terracotta park on the outskirts of Hội An, aims to revitalise the ancient craft. Công Thành reports [ … ]

   

Waacking Saigon: The pioneers of Vietnam’s retro dance revival

(9 votes, average 3.22 out of 5)
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It’s not every day that you hear vintage disco music in HCMC, but for one group of Vietnamese millennials, it’s a way of life.

   

A day in the life of a Vietnamese intelligence agent

(3 votes, average 4.00 out of 5)
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From his small home, 90-year-old Colonel Nguyen Van Tau remembers the day the war ended 42 years ago.

   

Elderly man lives hermit life in Quang Ngai forest

(8 votes, average 3.38 out of 5)
Đỉnh Cà Đam (huyện Trà Bồng, tỉnh Quảng Ngãi) quanh năm mây phủ. Nằm ở lừng chừng núi, căn chòi nhỏ là nơi ông Hồ Văn Châu (68 tuổi), ở thôn Tang, xã Trà Bùi, huyện Trà Bồng sinh sống suốt 20 năm qua.

Tired of the noise, a man in the central province of Quang Ngai has opted to live alone in the deep forest for the past 20 years.

   

Old loves highlight Japan and Vietnam's new bonds

(7 votes, average 2.71 out of 5)

"This is my husband," said 94-year-old Nguyen Thi Xuan, holding up a pillow wrapped in a Vietnamese flag, with a Japanese army shirt pushed inside. She sleeps with it every night.

   

Stories through the lens: Ready to serve

Around a month after Tết has for long been a time for many Vietnamese youth to bid farewell to their families and friends and sign up to serve the nation as members of the armed forces.

   

Spending time with a ‘disappearing’ people

(5 votes, average 2.80 out of 5)

Pham Mai Huong quit a regular job to travel full time, and is rewarded with a once-in-a-lifetime experience in northernmost Mongolia with the Tsaatan tribe. Hong Van reports.

   

Hanoi hospitals seek external funding

(15 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

In a bid to raise capital and improve medical treatment services, Hanoi is seeking both local and foreign investors to buy stakes in public hospitals it owns.

   

From France to Việt Nam

(5 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

A dozen children surround Bruno Cerignat, holding hands, singing and laughing as he teaches them a funny English song.  

   

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