Two tourists drowned while bathing at a beach in Mui Ne Ward in the southern province of Binh Thuan. A beach in Mui Ne The Binh Thuan Provincial Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control and Search and Rescue announced on February 28 that two Vietnamese tourists from Ho Chi Minh City have died after being washed away by strong wind and high waves at a local beach. According to the committee, a group of four tourists travelled from Ho Chi Minh City to Mui Ne on February 27. They came to bath at Ganh Tourist Site at 5.30pm. Two of them were washed away due to high waves. Two others called the rescue forces who were able to find and bring one of the missings ashore. However, the 29-year-old man died on the way to hospital. The body of the second tourist who was a 30-year-old woman was found later that night. The Binh Thuan Provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has recently warned about strong wind and high … [Read more...] about Two tourists drown in Mui Ne beach
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The 12th National Party Congress determined: “Promoting the development of the defense and security industry for both military and civilian purposes; increasing resources, creating modern material and technical foundations for the development of the People's Army and the People's Public Security Forces, meeting the requirements of protecting the Fatherland in the new situation.” While inheriting that point of view, the political draft report at the 13th National Party Congress also gives new points: “Building and developing a modern dual-use defense and security industry, both satisfying the requirements of the task of protecting the Fatherland and making an important contribution to national socio-economic development.” To clarify the new points in the political report at the 13th National Party Congress, reporters of the People's Army Online Newspaper had an interview with Major General Hoang Son, Secretary of the Party Committee and Deputy General Director of Military Industry - … [Read more...] about Viettel on the way to becoming a world leading defense industry group
First Ao Dai Museum in Saigon in a green setting By Thanh Hoa The ao dai museum is one of the two private museums in Saigon - PHOTOS: THANH HOA Founded by famous Vietnamese fashion designer Sy Hoang, Ao Dai Museum in HCMC’s District 9 is the first of its kind honoring the beauty and history of the traditional Vietnamese dress. The designer has spent 10 years completing the project of ao dai museum. The museum, which was put into operation in 2014, displays ao dai designs developed in different historical periods. Each ao dai showcased there has an interesting story. The museum complex also features a green space which gives visitors an impression that they are very close to nature. Inside the museum Some ao dai designs on display Tu than (four-part dress), commonly regarded as the predecessor of the ao dai, was popular in northern Vietnam Several ao dai designs for royal members in Vietnam Visitors can … [Read more...] about First Ao Dai Museum in Saigon in a green setting
Leaving big cities: A transitory fad or a consistent trend? By Nguyen Minh Hoa Living closer to nature or in the countryside is now a way of life - PHOTO: THANH HOA Titles such as “Farewell to Moscow,” “Departing Seoul,” or “Goodbye Kuala Lumpur” have made the headlines in the international press these days, suggesting a phenomenon in which many people left metropolises for the countryside. In Vietnam, a similar fact has also happened when residents departed HCMC and Hanoi to live in rural areas. Most of them did so because of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, will they return to their cities after the pandemic is over? The industrial revolution which broke out in Europe and North America at the beginning of the 17th century also triggered the mass exodus from villages to cities which were huge industrial hubs. Ever since, such a move, be it fast or slow, has never halted. The world is now home to truly “megacities” that may house up to 40% of the national population … [Read more...] about Leaving big cities: A transitory fad or a consistent trend?