Vietnamese Tiếng Việt | Saturday, May 27, 2017 | Advertise with Us
   
Text Size

Disabled woman founds first audiolibrary for the blind

A 46-year-old woman, who has lost her two legs in a traffic accident 21 years ago, has dedicated her strength, youth, and extraordinary power to the blind over the past many years. She has been the first to establish an audiolibrary for the [ … ]

 

Youth union honours 10-year-old who drowned after saving four children

The Central Committee of Hồ Chí Minh Communist Youth Union on Tuesday (May 23) posthumously awarded the national Brave Youth Badge to Trần Đức Đông, 10, who drowned after saving four childre [ … ]

   

Old man turns trash into green, profitable treasure

Tyres are reportedly among most problematic sources of waste, but Nguyễn Lương Thông from Nam Định Province’s Ý Yên District is showing that they can also present a recycling opportunity.  

[ … ]
   

Việt Nam’s Glory honours national spirit and patriotism

(3 votes, average 3.33 out of 5)

An annual programme honouring national spirit and patriotism, called Việt Nam’s Glory, will be held tomorrow at the Friendship Cultural Palace in Hà Nội.

   

Vietnamese woman teaches mother tongue in Taiwan

(9 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

A Vietnamese woman who came to Taiwan 17 years ago is now passing on the love for her mother tongue to local learners and children of cross-national marriages.

   

Meet the 2017 Vietnam Class of 30 Under 30

(25 votes, average 3.12 out of 5)

Four Vietnamese game changers have made the Forbes 2017 Asia list of 30 under 30 who are challenging the conventional wisdom and rewriting the rules for the next generation of entrepreneurs, [ … ]

   

Three Nepali cyclists on green tour arrives in Ho Chi Minh City

(12 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)
three nepali cyclists on green tour arrives in ho chi minh city hinh 0

Three Nepali men embarking on a cycling tour across Asia to spread the message of environmental protection have arrived in Ho Chi Minh City.

   

Veteran devotes life to building foot bridges

(12 votes, average 2.83 out of 5)

When asked how many bridges had been built as a result of his fund-raising efforts, farmer Mai Văn Võ, a former war veteran, had no idea.

   

American brightens up Hanoi alleyway

(7 votes, average 2.86 out of 5)

Scott Matt from the US has been repainting an alleyway in the Old Quarter of Hanoi and hopes he can paint all alleyways in the city.

   

Young Vietnamese wraps up arctic journey

(21 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

For Hoang Le Giang, 28, a six-day adventure has come to an end. It was a 300-kilometre-long journey over tundra, snow-covered forests and frozen rivers with a set of dogs as their engine.

[ … ]
   

Năm Hấp: a hero to HCM City street vendors

(12 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

It has been eight years since Lý Văn Hấp, a retired official, made use of his ancestors’ land and opened a wet market for poor vendors on T1 Street in HCM City’s Tân Phú District.

   

Page 1 of 53

Popular News Categories:

- Asia & Asian  |  EU & Russia  |  America & US

- Facts  |  Urban  |  Faculty  |  Environment

- Business  |  Finance  |  Market Health

- Destination  |  Cuisine  |  Arts Music

- Cinema  |  Soccer  |  Sports  |  IT & Internet

Culture & Tourism:

-> About Vietnam  |  Things To Do

-> Destinations  |  Events Calendar

-> Visa Online  |  Flights & Transport

-> Accomodation  |  Tours & Cruise

-> Find more go to Travel.VN...

Login