VietNamNet Bridge – A painting exhibition introducing artworks on spiritual and cultural activities of Vietnamese during the lunar New Year by eight artists opened at the Tu Do Gallery, HCM City on January 5.
The exhibition brings together the works of eight artists: Nguyen Van Phuong, Trinh Thanh Tung, Bui Quang Anh, Nguyen Tuan Duc, Pham Minh Tung, Van Chien, Quang Hai and Tran Thi Thu Ha.
- 80% of wildlife animals rescued successfully in Phong Nha - Ke Bang national park
A kind of langur preserved in Phong Nha - Ke Bang national park (Photo: VNA)In 10 years of operation, the Centre for Science Research and Wildlife Rescue under the Phong Nha - Ke Bang national park has released 500 recovered wild animals back into nature and transferred 110 to other... [Read more]
- The hospital for rare animals
VietNamNet Bridge - Thousands of rare animals have been rescued, raised and released back to nature by the Cu Chi Center for Wildlife Rescue. Saving animals The Center, located in An Nhon Tay Commune, Cu Chi District, HCM City was established in 2006 by the HCM City Department of Forest Management and... [Read more]
- Saving animals
VietNamNet Bridge - Hundreds of white-cheeked gibbons, primates, bears ... which were seriously injured were successfully rescued by the Cu Chi Wildlife Rescue Center and released back to the nature. Once a person in Dak Lak province went to the market and saw a hunter selling a newborn langur and an... [Read more]
- The three musketeers
Founded more than three years ago with just three members, Ho Chi Minh City's first forest ranger team devoted to wildlife has proven to be an effective force. Le Van Liem, a member of HCMC's first-ever wildlife investigation team. The ranger squad was founded more than three years ago and has... [Read more]
- Cat Tien park at, licked plans well for the bears
It is 7:30 am at the Center for Wildlife Rescue of Cat Tien National Park (South). Tran Van Quan, used here, call her boarders to look a bit special. Moments later, a big ball of hair - that bears - out into the yard to stretch their legs. This rescue center,... [Read more]
- Juvenile leopard rescued
HA GIANG - A young leopard has been rescued and moved to the Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Centre in Cuc Phuong National Park in the northern province of Ninh Binh. On May 10, Bac Quang District Forestry Protection Department in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, received information... [Read more]
- Can Vietnam preserve tigers with $49 million?
The Department of Biodiversity Conservation under the General Department of Environment is building up the project on doubling wild tigers in Vietnam within 10 years. However, doubts have been raised about the feasibility of the project. The dream… Institutions give different figures about the numbers of tigers left in the wild. The... [Read more]
- Pu Mat National Park
Pu Mat National Park is the central part of the Western Nghe An Biosphere Reserve, one of Vietnam's six areas which have been recognized as world biosphere reserves. Pu Mat National Park not only has great values in biodiversity but also constitutes an attractive eco-tourist site in Central Vietnam. "Gold forests"... [Read more]
- Rescued Pangolins transferred to Cuc Phuong National Park
PANO - Two Sunda Pangolins (Manis javanica) were transferred to the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program of the Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Centre, CucPhuongNational Park, Ninh Binh on Oct. 22nd. A pangolin at CPCP's centre in Cuc Phuong. These animals had been confiscated by the Forest Protection Department of Ha Nam... [Read more]
- "Floating Lives" comes to American students
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese movie "Canh Dong Bat Tan" (Floating Lives) was introduced at eight well known universities in the US, at the invitation of the Institute of Vietnam Culture and Education, a New York-based non-profit organization. American audiences welcome "Floating Lives" "Floating Lives is a beautiful, very beautiful movie!" commented American... [Read more]