Tourism hopes for the Mekong Delta
The Mekong Delta is full of rivers and rice fields. It also has things of cultural interest and of environmental interest for tourists to see.
One of Việt Nam’s top saxophonists is Trần Mạnh Tuấn. Now, his daughter, An Trần, has also become a saxophonist. She has just released her first music video.
Horrific things happened fifty-one years ago in Mỹ Lai Village. During the war, many villagers were killed. Helicopters and soldiers brought gunfire. People fled and hid while others were not lucky enough to get away.
Cinnamon has brought a better life to some farmers. The spice has helped them escape poverty. It is sold to buyers in the United States and Europe. In the past, Vietnamese cinnamon went mostly to Asian markets.
Television viewers are getting to know more about life in the armed forces. This will happen because they are taking part in reality shows.
A group of villagers have stopped using chemicals on their crops. To be even more “green”, they have also stopped using plastic bags.
A girl from Mongolia is excellent at martial arts. Nyamaa Dolgorsuren has come a long way, having been rescued from a sad situation as a young child.
Hà Giang Province has scenery like Switzerland. Swiss people are, in fact, involved in helping tourism in this mountainous part of Việt Nam. Visitors can go trekking there. They stay over in people’s homes on their hikes.