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Monday, January 30, 2023
Tags: Ninh Binh province
PM examines Mai Son - National Highway 45 project PM examines Mai Son - National Highway 45 project
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on January 28 inspected the Mai Son (Ninh Binh province)-National Highway 45 project, a section of the North-South Expressway.
Village self-rule in feudal Vietnam Village self-rule in feudal Vietnam
Studies reveal that unlike Chinese and Southeast Asian villages during feudal time, the Vietnamese villages and communes applied a stricter self-rule regime with a fairly large scope covering various aspects of the community life, such as production organization (primarily irrigation), relations between different social strata, security protection, management of public property, public land division, learning promotion, social relief, organization of cultural and spiritual activities, and the implementation of tax and conscription duties.
Ninh Binh province - the land of ancient capital - calls for investment in hi-tech industries Ninh Binh province - the land of ancient capital - calls for investment in hi-tech industries
Located in the southern reaches of the Red River delta, Ninh Binh province is calling for investment in hi-tech industries and tourism development in order to create an impetus for its sustainable development.
Development of precedents in the context of judicial reform in Vietnam Development of precedents in the context of judicial reform in Vietnam
In the last two decades, the theoretical and practical issues of court precedents as “case law” have attracted interest of many legal researchers in Vietnam. The term “precedent” first appeared in the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV)’s Political Bureau’s Resolution 48-NQ/TW dated May 24, 2005, on the Strategy to build and improve the Vietnamese legal system by 2010, with a vision toward 2020.
Nation to exert greater efforts to protect wild migratory birds Nation to exert greater efforts to protect wild, migratory birds
The Prime Minister has recently asked for urgent measures to protect wild and migratory birds in Vietnam as the country is considered one of the most important areas along migration routes of migratory and endemic birds.
The vulnerables rights protected by Vietnams feudal law The vulnerable’s rights protected by Vietnam’s feudal law
In Vietnam’s feudal regime, the vulnerable included women, the elderly, children, persons with disabilities, widows, widowers, the lonely, ethnic minorities, persons with nobody to rely on, prisoners and, in a broader sense, people in general as commoners in relation to the state. The feudal states paid attention to these disadvantaged groups and protected their legitimate rights and interests. The human rights then were understood in a narrow sense as legitimate needs and interests of people, which were recognized and protected to a certain extent by law.
Judicial remedies of compulsory medical treatment and education at reformatories under Vietnams Law Judicial remedies of compulsory medical treatment and education at reformatories under Vietnam’s Law
This article highlights new provisions of the 2015 Penal Code and the 2019 Law on Execution of Criminal Judgments[1] regarding the two judicial remedies of compulsory medical treatment and education at reformatories applied to juvenile offenders in Vietnam.
Phu Lang pottery village in Bac Ninh province Phu Lang pottery village in Bac Ninh province
Located in the Red River delta province of Bac Ninh and about 60 kilometers to the northeast of the capital city, Phu Lang pottery village in the same name commune of Que Vo district is a worth-visiting destination for its famous eel skin or cockroach glazed lusterware, decorative pattern of tu linh (four sacred mythical creatures - dragon, kylin, phoenix and tortoise) and pottery wall art.
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.
Making ceramics in Bat Trang traditional craft village Making ceramics in Bat Trang traditional craft village
Located on the left bank of the Red River and about 13 kilometers to the southeast of the capital city, Bat Trang ceramics village in Gia Lam rural district of Hanoi has become one of the country’s famous tourist destinations for its well-known pottery and porcelain products.

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