Cycling for love
A Hungarian man and a Vietnamese woman who got married have cycled from Hungary to Việt Nam. The journey of around eleven thousand kilometres was from his home in Europe to hers in south-east Asia.
The K’Ho people are from the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng. Cil Duin is the first of them to receive a doctorate degree at university.
A woman from the Mekong Delta became very upset every time she heard of children drowning when there were floods. So, Sáu Thia decided to start teaching children how to swim.
Handicapped people can often do a lot. They just need a decent chance, like the Noir Restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City offers to people who battle to see, or cannot see at all.
Trương Cảm loves the Bạch Mã National Park. He knows the birds there so well he can make their calls.
Some tigers in Thailand enjoy meals of pork or chicken every day. They will not know how to survive if they are returned to the forests.
Nguyễn Văn Thiện, a young man from Đà Lạt in the central highlands, has workshops where he produces incense. He sells it to buyers in different countries all over the world.
There are some very special business people in Việt Nam. They start little enterprises that also aim to help poor people. Their stories have all been written up in a special book.
A special statue, of an Amitabha, has been popular since it was declared a national treasure. It is one of only five of the future Buddha that can still be seen today.
There are not many good books for people to read in rural areas, especially children’s story books. This has meant that many young people grow up not reading like they should.