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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.
Vietnam Austria shape up economic-trade cooperation Vietnam, Austria shape up economic-trade cooperation
Vietnam and Austria discussed measures to promote economic-trade collaboration during a recent working session between Vietnamese Ambassador to Austria Le Dung and Austrian Deputy Minister for Digital and Economic Affairs Michael Esterl.
The Tet in Vietnam The Tet in Vietnam
Spring in Vietnam begins with the traditional Tet which has been for thousands of years now celebrated on the first day of the first month of the Lunar Year, the ancient agricultural calendar observed by most Asian countries.
Mandarin recruitment via competition-examinations under the Nguyen Dynasty Mandarin recruitment via competition-examinations under the Nguyen Dynasty
Pham Thi Thu Hien, LL.M Hanoi Law University
Process of recruiting mandarins through “khoa cu” (competition-based examinations) under the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1884)
The competition-based examination regime was introduced in Vietnam very early in 1075 when the Ly dynasty opened for the first time two competition-based examinations: “Minh kinh Bac hoc” and “Nho hoc Tam truong”. From the 15th century to the Nguyen dynasty period, the feudal rulers added many regulations to improve the regime and made it the major mode of recruiting talents.
WINCO Law Firm - a reliable partner of enterprises WINCO Law Firm - a reliable partner of enterprises
WINCO Law Firm was established in 2002 by a contingent of lawyers who possess plenty of experiences in proceedings and litigation in various fields, ranging from criminal cases to commercial and land- and intellectual property-related disputes.
Binh Dinh province eyes hi-tech green investment Binh Dinh province eyes hi-tech green investment
Located in the southern central coast and central key economic region of the country, Binh Dinh province borders Quang Ngai province to the north, Phu Yen province to the south, Gia Lai province to the west and the East Sea to the east with a coastline of 134 kilometers.
US wants to promote comprehensive partnership with Vietnam: US security advisor US wants to promote comprehensive partnership with Vietnam: US security advisor
The US attaches importance to, and wants to promote the comprehensive partnership with Vietnam in a stable and sustainable manner, based on mutual respect for each other’s independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity and political institutions, said US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien.
Quang Binh province: a renewable energy and adventure tourism hub of central Vietnam Quang Binh province: a renewable energy and adventure tourism hub of central Vietnam
Located in the central coastal region of Vietnam and leaning against the Truong Son mountain range, Quang Binh province borders Ha Tinh province to the north, Quang Tri province to the south and Khammouane and Savannakhet provinces of Laos to the west with a borderline of 201.87 kilometers and the East Sea to the east.
Visa application for foreigners working at representative offices in Vietnam Visa application for foreigners working at representative offices in Vietnam
Citizens of 80 countries and territories who enter Vietnam with e-visas (EV) of a validity period of 30 days, once obtaining work permits or certificates of exemption from work permit, may have their e-visas changed into LD1 or LD2 visas or temporary residence cards in accordance with law.
Life and customs of Lo Lo ethnic group Life and customs of Lo Lo ethnic group
The Lo Lo, a Tibeto-Burmese language group, is also called O Man, Lu Loc Man, La La, Qua La, Di Nhan, Di Gia or Lac To. The group’s official name Lo Lo has been used in Vietnam since 1979. The Lo Lo group is divided into two sub-groups, namely Lo Lo Hoa and Lo Hoa Den. Today, almost all Lo Lo people reside in upland districts of Ha Giang, Cao Bang and Lai Chau border provinces.

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