Trần Thị Hoài Anh is the founder of GlobalLink, a company that has brought dozens of famous fashion brands to its multi-brand chain of concept stores. Thu Ngân speaks to her about her business, what she dreams of achieving, and more.
A master plan to exploit the tourism potential of the Đồng Văn Karst Plateau Geopark will highlight its lesser known facets, but concerns remain over its social and environmental impacts.
In Lắk Commune in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk, elephant doctor Đàng Đăng Long is fighting a desperate battle to not only keep overworked beasts alive, but to provide the right conditions for them to mate so that they do not die out. Giang Vương reports.
Jeju Island, located in the southernmost sea in Korea, is said to be abundant in rocks, wind and women.
When we conquered Seongsang Ilcholbong Peak, this is exactly what we witnessed.
Nguyễn Thị Hoài is an associate professor and head of the Pharmacy Faculty at Huế University of Medicine and Pharmacy in the central province of Thừa Thiên-Huế. One of her prominent studies is about the discovery of antioxidant and anti-cancer properties of 30 kinds of medicinal herbs used by the Pako and Vân Kiều ethnic minorities in central Việt Nam. With the study, Hoài received an award granted to outstanding Vietnamese female scientists by L’Oreal-UNESCO.
The 1,000-year-old capital city, Ha Noi, has rapidly grown into one of the busiest and most crowded cities in the country and even in the region. Economic changes and continuous introduction of foreign culture over the past decades has brought about indispensable changes in the culture of the indigenous people as well.
The dog is the most popular domestic animal of the Vietnamese. As the country celebrates the New Year, stories about dogs can be heard everywhere.
Seaweed harvesters in Bình Định province work a long day. They start at five o’clock in the morning. It is important for them to wear thick rubber sandals. This stops them from slipping on the rocks.
The Cơ Tu ethnic community has been struggling to preserve its culture and traditional customs that have mostly faded away with rapid urbanisation.
I hope everyone had a happy (Tết) Lunar New Year and the Year of the Dog is already being very kind to you, but we all know that dogs have a habit of surprising us from time to time, so we can expect this year to be full of surprises.