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Vietnam seizes third illegal ivory shipment in a month

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Vietnam customs officials have seized nearly one tonne of ivory hidden in a timber shipment from Kenya, an official said Thursday, the third major illegal haul of precious tusks in less than a month.

 

Healer keeps Hội An clean her own way

Seven years ago,  Megumi Kawada, a Japanese-English freelance translator from Kyoto, followed her heart to Hà Nội.

   

Vietnamese survivors of S.Korean massacres – P5: Living to tell

Those who survived mass killings committed by South Korean troops in Vietnam around 50 years ago have been tirelessly seeking recognition for the tragic ordeal and its deceased victims.

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Vietnamese survivors of S.Korean massacres – P4: Call for memorials

Survivors and families of those killed in the massacre of Vietnamese civilians by South Korean mercenaries half a century ago plead for memorials to be erected in their honor.

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Vietnamese survivors of S.Korean massacres – P2: Tragic plights

Many survivors were forced through a traumatic, deprived childhood as orphans after their loved ones were killed in the massacre of Vietnamese civilians by South Korean mercenaries during th [ … ]

   

Vietnamese survivors of S.Korean massacre – P1: Lifelong pains

Survivors of the massacre of Vietnamese civilians half a century ago by South Korean mercenaries during the American war in Vietnam have never fully recovered from the scars.  &nbs [ … ]

   

The decline of the bicycle in modern life

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Ha Noi has undergone a hot summer with disastrous rush hours, which could drive anyone insane because of the crowded streets full of smoke. Quite a few people miss the traffic of the 1980s a [ … ]

   

Household arts courses a new trend among young women

More young women in HCM City are learning sewing and embroidery to escape stress in their daily lives.

   

Swimming “pool” brings joy to villagers

For Phùng Thị Hồng, a 56-year-old resident of Dương Liễu Commune, Hoài Đức District, in the suburbs of Hà Nội, it is hard to finish a day without going swimming in her village’s pond.

   

Vietnamese daredevils risk lives for Facebook ‘likes’

Young enthusiasts of a bizarre yet quickly growing trend in Vietnam are now willing to do almost everything in exchange for a certain number of ‘likes’ on their Facebook pages.

   

UK expat heartens sick kids with cycle tour

When Scott Kirkham and his friends finished the last stretch of “Cyclefor 16”, the reception they got almost gave me goose bumps. There were many friends and colleagues, both Vietnamese and [ … ]

   

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