NA Vice Chairwoman renews resolve to foster ties with Cuba
 National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong reaffirmed her determination to foster ties with the Cuban legislature via specific actions during a meeting with First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba (CPC) Raul Castro Ruz.

Best-selling foreign fruit on Vietnamese market
Vietnam spends millions of US dollar every year importing many types of fruit from many countries in the world like US, Japan, New Zealand and Australia to meet its domestic rising demand.

Most beautiful plateaus in Vietnam
Visitors to plateaus in the northern mountain and the central highlands provinces of Vietnam are greatly impressed by their imposing natural landscapes, fresh air and atmosphere of peace and tranquillity.

Da Nang to boost IT training, manpower
 Da Nang’s IT and communications sector is facing a serious shortfall in manpower, as colleges and training centres are only able to supply a fifth of the human resources needed for businesses operating in the city.

Hanoi to revoke out-dated motorbikes to reduce air pollution
 Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee Nguyen Duc Chung said that Hanoi is considering revoking obsolete motorbikes which are among factors causing more serious air pollution in Hanoi.

Motorcycle festival launched in Hanoi
A motorcycle festival ‘Day of H.O.G’ was held on February 18 at Vinhomes Riverside Eco-Urban Area, Long Bien district in Hanoi, attracting thousands of bikers throughout the country.

Amazon to create over 5,000 jobs in Britain in 2017
 Online retailer Amazon is set to create more than 5,000 jobs in Britain this year, the company said on Monday, boosting its investment in the country once more even as it prepares to leave the European Union.

Thousands of youth voluntarily sign up for military service
 Thousands of young people across the country voluntarily departed for military service today (Feb. 14), the Vietnam Military High Command has said.

Vietnam's six Kilo-class submarines in close up
 Vietnam has so far received six 636 kilo-class submarines from Russia to modernise and enhance the capacity of its navy forces to defend the country's territorial waters.

South Korean orchestra coming to Hanoi
The string JK Chamber Orchestra of the Republic of Korea is due to perform at the Vietnam National Accademy of Music’s Grand Concert Hall in Hanoi on February 18. 

Exhibition on lesbian couples to open in Hanoi
 The Lộ sáng (Exposed) exhibition will open at 4pm on February 21 at the Việt Nam University of Fine Arts, 42 Yết Kiêu Street.