Sharings about gender equality promotion in Vietnam and Spain

Member of the Party Central Committee, President of the Vietnam Women's Union Ha Thi Nga received new Spanish Ambassador to Vietnam Carmen Cano De Lasala at...

VWU President Ha Thi Nga and U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam discuss about women's empowerment

On the afternoon of April 8, Mrs. Ha Thi Nga, Member of the Party Central Committee, VWU President had a meeting with U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam, Mr. Marc E....

Vietnam Women's Union delegation visits US and Japan

From April 17-28, 2025, the delegation of the Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) led by First Vice President Do Thi Thu Thao paid a working visit to the United...

OV, French citizens rally in support of Tran To Nga’s Agent Orange lawsuit

More than 200 overseas Vietnamese and French friends gathered with various organisations at the Place de la République in Paris on May 4 to express their...

Paris court to issue ruling on AO lawsuit this August

Ruling on the lawsuit filed by Vietnamese - French Tran To Nga against 14 US chemical corporations that supplied Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin for the US army...
  • Community unites to minimise damage from natural disasters

    "Through the project I learned that growing early-maturing rice and other crops would allow me to harvest before the flood comes," said Cu Thi Huong in Ninh Thuan Province.
  • Award-winning Aussie sculptor finds ‘explosive’ inspiration in Vietnam

    An Australian sculptor has won his homeland’s National Sculpture Prize for a work inspired by bomb craters left behind after the American War, as well as the country’s significant postwar revival.
  • Vietnam takes tourism international

    The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) on April 25 announced a National Tourism Action Plan for 2006-10 focusing on marketing, promotion and improving product quality.
  • Craft and woodwork exhibition opens in central hub

    An exhibition of handicraft and wooden furniture is on until April 27 in the historic town of Hoi An in central Quang Nam province.
  • Stitches, space, sting rays and shadows

    Though they had heard about each others' work, it wasn't until they came to Vietnam that the four artists from Australia met.
  • Silver street glitters for centuries

    Hundreds of years have passed but the street remains glittering with crowded, rich jewellers, who impress tourists with not only their materials but also history.
  • A Hanoi flower for you

    VietNamNet - On the dike road separating Hanoi from the Red River may be the granddaddy of all flower markets, where roses sell by the armful, but all before sunrise.
  • Village of blankets

    The so-called “village of blankets” in the Truong Son mountain range in the Central Highlands province of Kontum is like a second Dalat but less overrun by tourists.
  • Charitable goldsmith training centre built in Ha Noi

    Construction of a charitable goldsmith training centre began in Ha Noi on April 16 in anticipation of the 10th National Party Congress, of the 1000th anniversary of the founding of Thang Long-Ha Noi and of the National Day for the Disabled (April 18.
  • Disabled people assisted with integration into communities

    The Ho Chi Minh City Public Transport Service recently proposed that the municipal People's Committee offer free bus tickets to disabled people, which was seen as a demonstration of authorities' attention to the full integration of disabled people...