In the 2021-25 period, the province will continue to renovate 25 more historic relic sites, including the first base of Tây Ninh Province’s Communist Party in Giồng Nần Hamlet in Châu Thành District’s Long Vĩnh Commune, the memorial site dedicated to war martyr Dương Minh Châu, Lợi Thuận guerrilla warfare tunnel, and Rừng Nhum Base, among others. … [Read more...] about Tây Ninh to renovate historic sites for tourism
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Among the historic sites to be renovated are the special national relic site of the Central Bureau of southern Vietnam's Party Commitee, Bau Rong Military Base, Trang Bang Revolutionary Youth Base, An Thoi guerrilla warfare tunnel, Rach Tram relic site, Binh Thanh Ancient Tower, Hiep Ninh Communal House, and the temple and tomb of Huynh Cong Thang. … [Read more...] about Tay Ninh to renovate historic sites for tourism with nearly US$19mil.
Binh Thanh Ancient Tower in Trang Bang District, Tay Ninh Province, which is over 1,000 years old, will be renovated this year - PHOTO: VNA HCMC – The southern province of Tay Ninh has plans to renovate 22 relic sites with a total cost of over VND440 billion (about US$19 million) this year. … [Read more...] about Tay Ninh to renovate 22 relic sites
The next phase is to develop our Rare Tree Forest Nursery and enhance our green spaces at Stamford. These spaces will be used to carry out experiments, research, and hopefully submit articles to science journals on our findings from our different research projects. Some of the research projects include: soil mixing, seed collecting, measurements and data on seed growth and development, and the effect of fertilizer on plant growth. Another initiative would be to cultivate and grow a Food Forest, where we can begin to grow our own fruit, vegetables and herbs, and potentially be able to give this food back to society. These experiences will help us develop further initiatives that help us develop our ecological literacy. … [Read more...] about Rare Tree Forest — Developing Ecological Sustainability at Stamford American
Singapore (VNA) – Facebook on February 18 disabled access to the States Times Review (STR) Facebook page, making it unavailable to users in Singapore as the page published falsehoods on various issues in the country, including the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. The social media giant was asked to do so on February 17 by the office overseeing the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA). The STR Facebook page, run by Singaporean Alex Tan who says he is an Australian citizen based overseas, has received three correction directions under the fake news law since last November. Two had to do with the virus outbreak. After Tan ignored all the directions, the STR page was designated a declared online site on February 15, and barred from receiving any financial benefit, among others. Despite this, he did not comply with the rules under POFMA, and the authorities then issued an order for Facebook to disable access to the page for Singapore users. … [Read more...] about Facebook blocks users’ access to States Times Review page in Singapore