A Kâm and his wife Y Thoa have been running free classes for about 30-40 poor children for more than five years in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.
Just a short stroll from a provincial road lies Teng Village in mountainous Ba Tơ District in the central province of Quảng Ngãi, the tranquil home of 200 families from the H’Re ethnic minority and a centre of brocade-making for generations.
The 10-kilometre Nhiêu Lộc-Thị Nghè Canal running through districts 1, 3, Tân Bình, Phú Nhuận, and Bình Thạnh in HCM City has become a popular place for sightseeing, taking photos and doing exercises.
Five years ago, a special group for single mothers was established in Hoà Phát Ward, Đà Nẵng City’s Cẩm Lệ District, to help them overcome difficulties in raising children and earning a living.
The Vietnamese book Cho Tôi Xin Một Vé Đi Tuổi Thơ (Give Me A Ticket To Childhood) by top children’s author Nguyễn Nhật Ánh has been released in Japan by Japanese Publishing House Nikkei.
Bát Xát, the westernmost district in Lào Cai Province, is where the Red River starts. Bát Xát has long been on must-see lists for the northwest, boasting magnificent mountains, clean air, and colourful ethnic minorities.
This year's summer youth volunteer campaign ended earlier this month in the southern province of Vĩnh Long, having helped young participants enjoy wonderful and practical experiences for personal growth and be more confident in their future jobs.
Representatives of the Party, National Assembly, State, Government and Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee today paid tribute to President Hồ Chí Minh at his mausoleum in Hà Nội on the occasion of the 75th National Day (September 2, 1945-2020).
After the local government provided fertiliser for local residents to grow the flowers, the roads have a new look and no one wants to dump the trash and damage the beautiful flowers.
Various streets in downtown Hà Nôi like Trần Phú, Phan Đình Phùng and Trần Hưng Đạo host tall old sấu trees.