The Centre for Rescue, Conservation and Development of Wild Animals at the Bù Gia Mập National Park in the southeastern province of Bình Phước rehabilitates animals before releasing them back to the wild.
An area near a bridge over the Red River was once a mess. Now, artists are fixing it up. They have used things like old plastic bottles and scrap-metal to create artwork.
Breeding bamboo rats has helped poor farmers escape poverty in the southern province of Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu, where bamboo is abundant.
The group is trying to turn the area at the foot of Long Biên Bridge, which is mostly frequented by homeless people and scrap-iron dealers, into an attractive spot for local youths and tourists.