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Taking care of preemies a tense ordeal and a joy

Taking care of preemies a tense ordeal and a joy

Caring for preemies is a nerve-wracking ordeal at the National Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Ha Noi.  

Tourism week to honour natural heritage

11/21/2017 11:10

The beauty of Viet Nam’s natural heritage will be the focus of activities at the Green Heritage Culture and Tourism Week, which will take place in Ha Noi from November 20-23.

Monsoon Music Festival showcases indie growth

11/14/2017 11:30

On Saturday night, Tran Minh Phuong (known by his rap names Cao and MPaKK) and the two other members of independent rap group Da LAB – Nguyen Trong Duc (Tho and Rabbit Run) and Vo Viet Phuong (Thom and JGKiD) – will take to the stage at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long in front of 10,000 fans at the Monsoon Music Festival.

Seeing more than a penny’s worth in pennywort

11/14/2017 11:23

He repaired bicycles, bought vegetables at the wholesale market and sold them in smaller markets, and did all kinds of jobs to make ends meet.

Young talent sows joy on nationwide trip

10/30/2017 14:57

In September, a group of  16 young and talented artists and students began a journey across the nation to bring art closer to different community groups through a project titled Gieo (Sowing). They wanted to prove that art connects people - and that art can heal everyone.

Japanese volunteer changes lives of Agent Orange kids

10/30/2017 14:53

Nonoyama Nobuy, a volunteer teacher with the Japan International Cooperation Agency, is working with love and compassion for unlucky children in Da Nang City.

Mika’s katazome affair with Việt Nam

10/25/2017 14:05

Viet Nam’s picturesque landscape and mystic ancient monument have inspired Japanese artist Toba Mika to create several profound artworks, which are on display at the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture.

The moon and pink pomelo: celebrating mid-autumn in Hà Nội

10/02/2017 13:59

One of this year’smain celebrations in Ha Noi was held for the first time at a unique venue, the 11th century Temple of Literature, a Confucian temple that was also the site of one of the world’s first universities.

National park guide talks to the birds

10/02/2017 13:56

No one guards and protects Bach Ma National Park more zealously than the director of its service and environmental education centre who once hunted animals and cut down trees in the forest to earn a living. Today, Truong Cam, the only person who can "talk" with more than 100 kinds of birds, spreads his love of the forest to younger generations. 

When Lady Luck smiles on you

09/28/2017 11:09

It was a roundabout route that took Aline Rebeaud to Viet Nam 25 years ago.