One does not always need to use hard materials to build walls to keep flood waters out of fields and villages.
Floods are a growing problem across the country. Inspired by the diversity of forests, a natural dyke project near Hội An shows one solution. Công Thành reports.
The central province’s Culture, Sports and Tourism department has introduced eight new destinations in promoting tourism service in the province this year.
The central province officially debuted a new eco-tour site at the Triêm Tây village in Điện Bàn town during the on-going Quảng Nam Heritage Festival.
Triêm Tây Village, a favourite eco-tour site at the end of the Thu Bồn River opposite Hội An city, has introduced a new rest stop for tourists.
The central district Điện Bàn in co-operation with the Korea International Co-operation Agency (KOICA) will start conservation of bamboo project at local in 2017-25.
Situated on the road side of the old National Highway 1, the craft village of Phước Kiều in Quảng Nam Province still preserves the 500-year-old bronze cast trade and lives well from their ancestor’s industry.
Water in the Hoài River rose up to flood two streets – Bạch Đằng and Nguyễn Thái Học – in the ancient city of Hội An and villages on the Hoài River banks yesterday.