Too good to be true
In an unbelievable but true story, a 28-year-old man residing in central Quảng Nam’s Hội An managed to steal 430 taels of gold – worth over VNĐ10 billion (US$430,860) – from a jewellery shop over the past six years without being noticed.
Normally, when a plane lands, passengers rush to grab their hand luggage and disembark, but on Sunday night that wasn’t the case on one flight.
No nation in the world loves football more than Viet Nam.
On December 7, Hoàng Minh Thuỷ (not her real name) was driving her motorbike home to see her mom and dad in Long Điền District of Bà Rịa – Vũng Tàu Province when she was attacked by two robbers.
On December 4, a truck loaded with timber pulled down a concrete village gate while driving under it in Gia Hội village in the central province of Quảng Nam.
With the Vietnamese football team close to glory at the AFF Suzuki Cup, all eyes are focused on the beautiful game.
Ngô Lương C, 35, from the Central Highland province of Đắk Lắk, was caught red-handed by Đà Nẵng Airport Security Force when trying to stick his own photo on another’s person’s ID card, right at the airport.
A Hyundai truck driver from the northern province of Thái Nguyên might be the most unlucky man on earth. He was involved in two accidents in a single day.
Who doesn’t love a nice bánh mì? It’s often the first choice for lunch, and even the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain once described the Vietnamese bread as ‘a symphony in a sandwich’.
The People’s Committee of Mỹ Đình 1 Ward in Hà Nội has decided to re-arrange the signposts and billboards along the sidewalks in the Đình Thôn Street.