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Thursday, May 24, 2018
Tags: Bac Ninh province
Dong Ho paintings "Dong Ho" paintings
Dong Ho is a small village by the Duong river, at the heartland of the former Kinh Bac (Northern Culture) region, especially known for its people's craft of making traditional paintings on do, a kind of hand‑made coarse paper.
Vietnams top ten domestic events in 2017 Vietnam’s top ten domestic events in 2017
Vietnam News Agency (VNA) has selected Vietnam’s 10 most notable events of 2017 as follows:
Traditional villages of Viet peasants Traditional villages of Viet peasants
Lang (village) is a Viet ethnic group’s word referring to a traditional unit of settlement of Viet peasants in rural areas, with its own territory, infrastructure facilities, organizational structure, customs and practices, psychology, perceptions, characters and even dialect or accent which are relatively stable over the course of history.
BAC NINH province - a hi-tech development hotspot BAC NINH province - a hi-tech development hotspot
Bac Ninh is rich in culture and revolutionary tradition and well-known for a number of cultural and historical celebrities as well as folk art, particularly “quan ho” (love duets) singing that was recognized as a UNESCO Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Courts strive for higher quality of trial better protection of human rights Courts strive for higher quality of trial, better protection of human rights
The Supreme People’s Court on September 20 held a press conference to review the performance of tasks of the entire sector over the last ten months and introduce the new attire of judges for the coming time.
Issuance of investment registration certificate -a step forward or a step back? Issuance of investment registration certificate -a step forward or a step back?
In recent times, investors, especially foreign investors, who wish to undertake projects along with establishment of economic institutions in Vietnam, are required to apply for the Investment Certificate (the IC) subject to stringent, complicated and pricey legal procedures.
Mechanism to implement the presumption of innocence principle under the new Criminal Procedure Code Mechanism to implement the presumption of innocence principle under the new Criminal Procedure Code
The 2013 Constitution reaffirms the presumption of innocence principle and at the same time provides a general mechanism for implementing the criminal procedure principles, including presumption of innocence. However, to be enforced, this principle should be specified by the criminal procedure law along with a uniform enforcement mechanism.
Diplomatic struggle for land restoration and border demarcation under Ly Dynasty Diplomatic struggle for land restoration and border demarcation under Ly Dynasty
Under Vietnam’s Ly dynasty, the relations between Dai Viet (now Vietnam) and feudal China under the Song dynasty witnessed many ups and downs with good neighborly ties through high-level state visits and Vietnamese feudalists’ submission and payment of tributes to Chinese emperors and numerous land conflicts.
Right to a fair trial in Vietnam: limitations and recommendations Right to a fair trial in Vietnam: limitations and recommendations
Though the 2003 Criminal Procedure Code (the Code) has no specific provision on fair trial, a number of articles and principles established in the Code thoroughly address the right of every person to a fair trial in criminal justice. However, there remain some limitations that have rendered the Code unable to fully meet requirements of the crime prevention and suppression in the new situation, especially guaranteeing the right to a fair trial. These limitations should be overcome by introducing more specific provisions to assure citizens of a swift and full access to justice. Below are some analyses about the limitations as well as recommendations to guarantee the right to a fair trial in criminal proceedings.
Feudal Vietnams flexible policy for border stability Feudal Vietnam’s flexible policy for border stability
Feudal Vietnam under the Ly dynasty, which was then called Dai Viet (Great Viet) and ruled by nine Ly kings from 1009 to 1225.

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