Two journalists received death threats earlier this week for reporting on an alleged parking racket at Long Biên market, the biggest wholesale market in Hà Nội.
The country’s first multi-platform interactive TV channel on culture and tourism has just been launched by The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The People’s Procuracy of Hà Nội has approved a request by the Investigative Police Agency to launch legal proceedings against three people for allegedly appropriating assets.
The Minister of Public Security has directed competent agencies to launch an investigation relating to the news that two journalists received death threats.
More than 120 people were hospitalised in Buôn Ma Thuột City on Thusday morning suffering from food poisoning, said Lê Minh Thông, deputy director of provincial Food Safety and Hygiene Department.
Vọng Nguyệt (Wishing Upon The Moon) is the second musical by female director Việt Hương. The movie was shot entirely in the northern province of Ninh Bình. It was released last month on Việt Nam Women’s Day.
The Hà Nội and Hải Phòng diving teams won a gold each in the second competition day of National Sports Games, held late Wednesday at Mỹ Đình Water Sports Gymnasium.
Việt Nam Television (VTV) will air a series to introduce traditional life and green travel in Japan from Friday.
Thái Nguyên University may be one of the major higher education institution in the country but it still needs to make robust commitments to further improve its already solid performance.
Giai Điệu Tự Hào (Proud Melody), a popular music programme produced by Vietnam Television (VTV), has started its new version after four years of success in attracting large audiences.