Hà Nội’s mum in a million receives award1
A phone call to Trần Phương Lan from the National Children’s Hospital four years ago would change her life forever.
Fish fins are often discarded by fishmongers as they are considered useless in the fishing industry, but a student in HCM City has got a better idea.
Lò Tả Mảy is one of just a few ethnic Dao women in Tả Phìn Village- one of the most attractive tourism spots in Lào Cai Province - who are trying to preserve their embroidery craft.
Hà thị Vân Anh finds her new joy teaching Vietnamese to Ukrainian students and completed a Vietnamese-Ukrainian language text book.
Infrastructure for seaports is still a headache for Việt Nam’s cruise tourism. Other than in Hạ Long, cruises still have to dock at ports designed for cargo ships.
The beauty of áo dài (traditional long dress) and its diversified adaptations are reflected through exhibits at the Áo Dài Museum in HCM City.
The traditional craft of bronze casting in Chè Đông Village, Thiệu Trung Commune in the central province of Thanh Hóa has been famous nationwide for sophisticated products that are highly valued in economy, history and culture.
A farming community in the central province of Quảng Nam has been volunteering to protect a critically endangered troupe of gray-shanked douc langurs (pygathrix cinerea) that have made the area their home.
The Mông ethnic minority use poonah paper as an important part of their spiritual life. However, the craft is at risk of disappearing entirely.
For people without disabilities, studying architecture is hard enough, but the challenges are multiplied when you have no hands. Dương Hữu Phúc has overcome all to become an architecture student.