Elderly build bridges for the young
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.
Back in the war days, ovens in which pots were made were destroyed in the village of Phước Tích, outside Huế. Recently, some famous pot designers came to Phước Tích to help bring back this tradition.
Two school pupils have been very clever. They have made a special device that picks up what people say with their hands, using sign language.
Thanh Vũ has become a famous runner. She has become the first woman from Asia to have finished a very hard race that is held in different deserts around the world.
There is a tea maker in the capital city who shows people how to use flowers to make different types of tea. He uses different flowers at different times of the year.
It takes a lot of work to get information together to have an idea what the weather might do. Five young men collect such information at the Đầu Đẳng Hydrological Station.
A man from the southern province of Kiên Giang has created a scooter fire engine that help fight fires where trucks cannot reach.