Waste water has a lot of value. There are useful substances in it. When two Cần Thơ City students realised this, they started to make potting soil from waste water.
The tourism industry has greatly benefited from the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday, with all regions of the country reporting a sharp rise in the number of tourists.
One of the two bridges connecting the mainland and Đá Bạc Island in the southernmost Cà Mau Province has been seriously damaged.
The southernmost province of Cà Mau is aiming to develop crab farming to make the crustacean its second biggest aquatic export after brackish shrimp.
After focusing on exporting large volumes of unprocessed goods for a long time, more and more Vietnamese companies are now turning to export of processed and value-added products and improving their quality to penetrate global markets.
Traffic accidents have claimed the lives of 121 people during the four days of Tết (Lunar New Year) starting on february 14, according to the National Committee for Traffic Safety.
A famous novel by the late author Đoàn Giỏi, winner of the State Awards for Literature and Arts in 2001, has been adapted into a movie and will be filmed this summer.
Celebrations of the new year rarely lacks the display of pyrotechniques - the noise and lights of which are believed to scare the evils away and herald a robust new year of good health and prosperity.
Farmers who grow watermelon in Cà Mau Province’s Cà Mau City are raking in high profits because of a bumper harvest and rising prices for the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday when the fruit is used on virtually every family altar.
Potting soil made from wastewater, a project initiated by two college students, offers a comprehensive solution to protect the environment and create economic value in the Mekong Delta.