Natural disasters to be more fierce and unpredictable in 2022

This year’s natural disasters are forecast to be more complicated, fierce and unpredictable than in 2022 with unusual heavy rainfalls in the last months of the year and storms likely to have unusual trajectories, the National Centre for Hydrometeorological Forecasting has said.


Saving for a rainy day

Clearly my British side is showing, because for this week’s column, I want to talk about the weather. I would say it rained cats and dogs over the weekend in Hà Nội, but that would be understating it. More like it rained lions, tigers, bears and everything in between.

This needs nipping in the bud asap

A study carried out a few years ago by researchers at Ohio State University and the University of Alabama in the US came to the conclusion that when a particular sporting team wins, fans experienced a high that lasted at least two days.


Heavy rain and flooding kill five, injure five

At least five people died and five others were injured after heavy rain and flooding hit the northern and northern-central regions over the past few days, according to the National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.

Passion and pride: see you next Games

After 17 days of intense and exciting competition, the 31st SEA Games is coming to an end. Although the joy of hosting the Games for the Vietnamese people came one year late, it is evident that their passion did not waiver.


Visiting President Hồ's idyllic hometown

It has become a tradition during May every year, that people from across the country and further afield flock to Sen (Lotus) Village in the hometown of beloved President Hồ Chi Minh in Kim Liên Commune, the central province of Nghệ An.