The Vietnam's Embassy in the Philippines will continue to closely coordinate with local authorities to bring the remains of Vietnamese citizens back home.

deputy foreign minister the killers of two vietnamese sailors must be punished

Last week, two Vietnamese sailors were brutally killed by the terrorist group Abu Sayyaf after being captured in waters around the southern Philippines. Deputy Foreign Minister Vu Hong Nam spoke to the press about the incident.

vietnam pakistan myanmar to drive 2018 global rice exports

Global rice trade has been projected to increase 1% to 42.3 million metric tons in 2018, the third highest on record and the second consecutive year of expanded trade, according to the US Department of Agriculture.

  • Photo/ Hanoi’s double-decker sightseeing bus makes first trip

    A double-decker sightseeing bus embarked on a trial operation in the capital city on June 30, to collect public feedback before starting official service which is scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter.

    hanois double decker sightseeing bus makes first trip
  • Photo/ Happiness felt in families in Vietnam

    Family Day or Vietnamese Family Day June 28, is an important cultural event to celebrate the traditional cultural values of the family - the cell of society. Some photos of the daily life of Vietnamese families by the members of the CFA club.

    happiness felt in families in vietnam
  • Photo/ Picturesque Mu Cang Chai in monsoon season

    Mu Cang Chai district in Yen Bai province is famous for its yellow terraced rice fields. But visitors who come during the flood season will be stunned by the beauty of these magnificent rice fields blending harmoniously with the surrounding mountains and forests.

    picturesque mu cang chai in monsoon season
  • Photo/ Vegetable gardens green Truong Sa archipelago

    Braving harsh weather conditions, naval officers and soldiers in the island district of Truong Sa, the southern central province of Khanh Hoa, still plant vegetables so as to improve their meals.

    vegetable gardens green truong sa archipelago
  • Photo/ Gongs – Echoes of Central Highlands forests & mountains

    Generations of ethnic groups in the Central Highlands have used gongs to convey their innermost sentiments and communicate with their deities.

    gongs echoes of central highlands forests amp mountains