Vietnam to extend e-visa pilot program

Vietnam to extend e-visa pilot program

(VOVWORLD) - The National Assembly Standing Committee has agreed on a government proposal to continue the e-visa pilot program to aid socio-economic development and international integration
Vietnam marks 38th World Food Day

Vietnam marks 38th World Food Day

(VOVWORLD) - A ceremony marking the 38th World Food Day and the 40th anniversary of the FAO’s operation in Vietnam took place in Hanoi on Tuesday
11/10/2018

11/10/2018

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Vietnam stays firm on growth momentum

Vietnam stays firm on growth momentum

(VOVWORLD) -Vietnam’s economic growth rate in Q3 was 6.88%, higher than the previous quarter with rapid increase in retail and whole sales, according to a report by the...
The Pa Then’s “Cap sac” ritual

The Pa Then’s “Cap sac” ritual

(VOVWORLD) - The Pa Then ethnic group has about 6,000 people living in several districts of Ha Giang province. They observe many traditional festivals and ceremonies each year, including the Lunar New Year...
Cham people celebrate Kate festival

Cham people celebrate Kate festival

(VOVWORLD) - The Cham ethnic communities in the central provinces of Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan are enjoying the Kate festival, the biggest annual celebration of the Cham Balamon
Whole nation lends a helping hand to the poor

Whole nation lends a helping hand to the poor

(VOVWORLD) - Prior to the “Day for the Poor” and “Month for the Poor, the Vietnam Fatherland Front, ministries, and sectors have launched activities to acknowledge models for escaping poverty and encouraging businesses...
SMEs’ engagement in social work praised

SMEs’ engagement in social work praised

(VOVWORLD) - Acting President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh on Friday received a delegation of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) who have provided support for many unfortunate children via the Vietnam...