Sand art puts province on the map
There is amazing red sand in Bình Thuận province. It is perfect for making sand sculptures.
The Láng Sen Wetland Reserve is very different to the rest of the Mekong Delta, especially for fish, which live well there and are not always being caught by people.
Võ Thị Kim Phụng is a champion when it comes to women's chess in Việt Nam. She started to play chess at primary school.
An old soldier has planted eighty-one cycads in Quảng Trị to remember soldiers who died in a battle there and whose bodies were never found. It was during one of the fiercest battles of the anti-American War.
Circuses were once very popular things children loved to watch. Now, fewer people go to them and they battle to make money.
There is a market in the capital city where people can buy gemstones that is like no other market anywhere else.
A lot of electricity can be produced by the wind that blows over Việt Nam. This is not only the wind that blows over the land but also the wind that blows over the sea.
Hoàn Kiếm Lake is a very important place in the capital city. Sadly, it has become very dirty and many fish and other creatures that once lived in there are no longer able to do so. However, there are now plans to clean up Hoàn Kiếm Lake.
A new film is out about Việt Nam. It is set in the old colonial days and is about love and war.
Wall art is the latest thing in a village on an island in Quảng Nam Province. The village on Tam Hải Island is changing from a fishing village to an art village that tourists will visit.