Farmers go hi-tech
Many farmers who farm in hi-tech ways do not fully understand what hi-tech agriculture is all about.
People called sculptors, who make shapes in the sand called sculptures, have been using their art to tell stories.
They have made shapes of characters in fairy tales and other stories in Phan Thiết city.
Phạm Mai Hương, from the northern province of Hòa Bình is seeing the world. She has been to countries like Nepal and Mongolia and visited people in faraway places.
A man called Má A Nủ from the northern province of Lào Cai was once a poor farmer. Then he heard about making essential oils from wild plants.
Nipa palms were very useful during the American War. They were planted in Cẩm Thanh Commune long ago after having been brought there from the south of Viet Nam.
There are stories that ghosts once lived in the Hua Ma Cave. Today, the silence of the cave gives visitors the feeling that something strange once happened there.
Coral is a beautiful sight underwater. People have ruined many corals in the sea around many countries, including off Viet Nam. Now, people in the Phú Quốc Nature Reserve are trying to save the coral.
A famous person who was born in the Year of the Rooster is Professor Nguyễn Văn Huy.
He has studied a lot about the people of Việt Nam.
An artist in Hà Nội makes bonsai trees from wire. They look as good as bonsais that are real trees and people like them.
Soon, it will once again be time for Tết. As the holiday draws closer, there are fears that prices will rise.