Old guide book gets back on to the bookshelves
Long ago, a guide book was made to help visitors find their way around Viet Nam. Now, it has been printed again.
A schoolgirl in the southern province of Bình Định has legs that have not grown properly, but at school a nice child decided to be her friend and help her.
People in a village in Thừa Thiên-Huế Province used to make and sell mattresses made from special reeds. Then they face competition from factories. Things have become better with a man's creativeness.
People who visit Viet Nam from other countries often like to see religious places. Very often they do not know that it is not nice to be dressed too casually when doing so.
A man from Thường Tín District, south of Ha Noi, had his legs removed after an accident. But he did not let his life go backwards.
A teenager who is at high school in Ho Chi Minh City has been playing many musical instruments for ten years.
Old people can be seen building bridges in the Mekong Delta province of Đồng Tháp. They are veterans who want younger people to live more comfortable lives.
There are elephants in the forests in the Yok Đôn National Park in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk. An elephant rider and trainer in the park, called Y Mức Byă, knows them very well.
The amazing tunnels at Củ Chi are attracting many visitors.
You don’t need a fancy camera to take a collection of photographs good enough to be shown at an exhibition. A photographer called Hải Thanh has taken such pictures using only a smart phone.