Vietnamese vessel attacked in Philippines, one killed
The coastguard of the Philippines on February 20 reported that pirates in southern Philippine waters killed one crewman of a Vietnamese vessel and abducted seven on the evening of February 19, according to foreign media.
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.
Stay or go?
Remaining where they are or coming home is a question all Vietnamese studying overseas must grapple with.
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Australian state invites Vietnamese investors, 14.3-million-USD cattle-feed factory inaugurated in Nghe An, Firms to observe laws when investing abroad, VIB deposit certificates a superior investment tool
‘You have to think about food from the heart’
Founder and CEO of Hoi An Culinary Events, chef
Keerthi Hapugasdeniya, will organise the second
Hoi An International Food Festival on March 20-26. The award-winning
Sri Lankan-born chef who lives in Australia
US director brings action to Da Lat
VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese-American director Victor Vu is working on
a new action film, Loi Bao (In the Storm), together with his young
staff in Da Lat City.