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Friday, May 7, 2021
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Hau Giang province emerges as a tourism hub of the Mekong River delta Hau Giang province emerges as a tourism hub of the Mekong River delta
Located along Hau river, the southern main distributary of the Mekong River in Vietnam’s territory, and in the heart of the Mekong River delta, Hau Giang province borders Can Tho city to the north, Soc Trang province to the south, Vinh Long province to the east and Kien Giang and Bac Lieu provinces to the west.
Spring festivals of ethnic minority groups Spring festivals of ethnic minority groups
Spring is considered the season of festivals for ethnic minority people. Each ethnic group has its own festivals characterizing its customs, beliefs and farming practice. Vietnam Law and Legal Forum introduces some typical spring festivals across the country.
Scheme to improve salt productivity nodded Scheme to improve salt productivity nodded
By 2025, the total salt-making area will be maintained at 14,500 hectares with an annual output of 1.5 million tons, according to Prime Minister Decision 1325/QD-TTg, approving the salt industry development scheme for the 2021-30 period.
Social distancing should be lifted gradually prudently: PM Social distancing should be lifted gradually, prudently: PM
Social distancing measures need to be lifted in a gradual and prudent manner that suits each locality’s situation so as to achieve the dual target of effectively controlling the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuring socio-economic development, according to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
Deputy Prime Minister active at 5th Eastern Economic Forum Deputy Prime Minister active at 5th Eastern Economic Forum
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung attended the plenary session of the fifth Eastern Economic Forum under the chair of Russian President Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok city on September 5.
Lawmakers debate funding regulations for public works Lawmakers debate funding regulations for public works
The seventh session of the 14th National Assembly (NA) on May 28 received split opinions on whether the NA or the Government should have the authority to set the amount of capital allocated to each State budget-invested project in the mid-term plan.
Bac Lieu province calls for foreign investment in green-growth sectors Bac Lieu province calls for foreign investment in green-growth sectors
Bac Lieu province is well-known as the cradle of “don ca tai tu” (southern folk music and songs), the musical art of southern Vietnam recognized by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage, and for the song “Da co hoai lang” (Night drumbeats for the absent husband) that was composed in 1919 by Cao Van Lau, a native of the province, and tells of the love, anguish and pride of a young woman who awaits her husband’s return from the battlefield as she listens to the sounds of war drums.
Cao Bang: a fairy land for tourists Cao Bang: a fairy land for tourists
With beautiful mountain landscapes, sparkling terraced rice fields and ethnic villages, Cao Bang has been named among top five unique treks in Southeast Asia by Singapore’s Skyscanner website. The province is well-known for the UNESCO-recognized Non Nuoc Cao Bang Geopark with a number of famous cultural and historical relics, including the Ban Gioc waterfalls - one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the country, the special national historical site of Pac Bo cave where late President Ho Chi Minh used to live and work during the resistance war against the French colonialists, Lenin stream, Thang Hen lake, Ky Rang cave and Phja Oac-Phja Den national park.
Soc Trang: treasury land for investors Soc Trang: treasury land for investors
Soc Trang is not only well-known for Ok Om Bok (moon worship) and ghe ngo (light boat) race of the Khmer but also worship places of the Kinh, Khmer and Hoa people which are famous tourist destinations.
Citizens more satisfied with health insurance coverage but more concerned about the environment: 2016 PAPI Report Citizens more satisfied with health insurance coverage, but more concerned about the environment: 2016 PAPI Report
Findings from the 2016 PAPI Report, released on April 4, 2017, show positive trends in public service delivery. However, citizens are more concerned about the environment than in past years, and weaknesses remain in citizen engagement in decision-making, government accountability, and control of corruption in the public sector.

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