More than 200 photos on nature scenery of sea and islands are on display at Hoa Lư Culture History Site in northern province of Ninh Bình.
The HCM City Culture and Arts Publishing House has released a series of five new books featuring seas and islands of Việt Nam.
The Ministry of Information and Communications will publish a collection of stamps on seas and islands every two years starting this year.
Anyone visiting an island in the East Sea of Việt Nam may be impressed by the vegetable gardens grown by soldiers. All kinds of containers are used to store soil brought from the mainland to raise vegetables.
The beauty of the nature in the Trường Sa (Spratly Islands) and its people is portrayed in a book of photos taken by photographer and journalist Nguyễn Mỹ Trà, released yesterday in Hà Nội.
For the soldiers who are charged with safeguarding the country’s sovereignty on the Spratly Archipelago in the East Sea, life outside the training ground is not so different from that of a farmer.
In the Spartly Archipelago (Trường Sa) navy soldiers, charged with the task of safeguarding their homeland’s sovereignty, will not be with their families for Tết.