- Hoang Sa District has new chair
- Effective and sustainable protection of environment and natural resources in Hoang Sa district
- Hoang Sa district head protests against China’s illegal acts
- Hoang Sa District Chairman pledges to protect sovereignty
- Hoang Sa district authority rebukes China’s illegal acts
Nhan Dan – The People’s Committee of Hoang Sa (Paracel) district, Da Nang city, officially launched its e-portal on March 29.
To view the portal, please go to: http://hoangsa.danang.gov.vn.
The e-portal offers readers information about the activities in Hoang Sa district, and related domestic and international news, as well as documents and historical and legal evidence affirming Vietnam’s sovereignty over the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos.
An exhibition displaying historical documents affirming Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago opened in central Da Nang city on April 29. On display are documents, maps and scientific research relating to Hoang Sa archipelago, affirming Vietnam ’s indisputable sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagos. They include maps published in England, Germany, Australia, Canada, the US and Hong Kong (China) in the 1626-1980 period, which were presented to the Hoang Sa district People’s Committee by Tran Thang, an overseas Vietnamese in the US. In addition, maps indicating that China ’s southernmost territory is Hainan Island while Hoang…... [read more]
The chairmen of the Hoang Sa Islands district and the central city of Da Nang's Fishery Association have described the Chinese attacks on Vietnamese trawlers as "muscled aggression". On May 26, Chinese ship coded 11209 rammed and sank Vietnamese trawler DNa 90152 from Da Nang city. The 10 crewmen were left floundering in the water and had to be rescued by other Vietnamese trawlers. Chairman of the Hoang Sa district, Vo Cong Chanh, strongly condemned the aggressive attacks by the Chinese vessel. The district comes under the control of the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang. Chanh said the actions…... [read more]
Dang Cong Ngu, chairman of the Hoang Sa District People's Committee, launched a soon-to-be-published Hoang Sa yearbook in the central city of Da Nang on Wednesday. The Hoang Sa yearbook contains hundreds of articles and images of people who lived and fought in the Hoang Sa (Paracel) Islands. The yearbook was introduced at a meeting of veterans, who used to work in the Hoang Sa Islands including Tran Van Son, Vo Nhu Dan, Pham Khoi, Pham Xo and Nguyen Van Cuc. They recalled the bitter and hard period when they collectively protected Vietnam's territorial borders. Mr.Ngu thought this to be…... [read more]
VietNamNet Bridge – The Hoang Sa District People’s Committee will display a shipwreck that was rammed by Chinese boats in Vietnamese waters off the Hoang Sa (Paracel) Archipelago at the city’s Hoang Sa Museum. An official from the district, Le Phu Nguyen told Viet Nam News on Sunday that the shipwreck (fishing trawler DNa TS 90152), hit by Chinese ships in 2014 and then salvaged and brought to Tho Quang shipyard, will be placed in the yard of the under construction Hoang Sa Museum in Son Tra Peninsula. Nguyen said the city’s People’s Committee and People’s Council agreed to reserve…... [read more]
PANO - Hoang Sa district's authorities of Da Nang City, the city's Historical Science Association, the Da Nang Museum and the city's relevant agencies co-organized a ceremony on July 3rd to launch a campaign to collect Hoang Sa-related documents and objects for the Hoang Sa Exhibition Centre. Accordingly, the district's authorities called on individuals and groups at home and abroad to donate documents and objects regarding Vietnam's sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) Archipelago, such as keepsakes of historical witnesses, documents issued by Vietnamese feudal states and other countries, and the map of Hoa Long commune, Hoa Vang district, and the…... [read more]
The website contains updated political, economic, and national defense information related to the Hoang Sa Islands and the East Sea, including their geographical location, natural conditions and the history of Vietnam’s sovereignty over the archipelago. It will also provide information on the Hoang Sa district People’s Committee activities and legal proof of Vietnam’s sovereignty over its sea and islands according to international law and historical documents and maps with articles and images proving that the Hoang Sa Islands are part of Vietnam. Dang Cong Ngu, Chairman of Hoang Sa district People’s Committee said he hopes the website would serve as…... [read more]
by Hoang Trung Hieu Dang Cong Ngu had once bowed to commemorate the Vietnamese soldiers who had died during the sea battle in the Hoang Sa (Paracels) archipelago between Vietnamese and Chinese forces in January 1974. Now, at the age of 60, Ngu (former chairman of Hoang Sa Islands District) bowed again to apologise to the people as he believed he has not fulfilled his responsibility as chairman of the islands district. Some people address Ngu as "Mr Hoang Sa", but he stated that he did not dare to called by that nickname. A reason is that he was chairman…... [read more]
(VOVworld) – Hoang Sa district’s People’s Committee in Da Nang city has called for the donation of documents and other objects for the inauguration of the Hoang Sa exhibit house. At a ceremony to launch the campaign on Sunday, 5 individuals presented documents and objects confirming Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa archipelago. The objects include mementos belonging to people who used to live on Hoang Sa archipelago, and documents issued by Vietnam and other countries confirming Vietnam’s marine sovereignty. Vo Ngoc Dong, Chairman of Hoang Sa district’s People’s Committee, said the display will testify to Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa…... [read more]
Historical and legal evidences shows indicate Vietnam’s uncontroversial sovereignty of the Hoang Sa Archipelago (Paracel Islands). On January 19 2011, the State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China (www.scio.gov.cn) published the following information about China’s occupation of Vietnam’s Hoang Sa Archipelago in 1974 as follows: “On January 19 1974, the soldiers and people of our Xisha Islands (China) defended ourselves against South Vietnam puppet troops, who unceasingly violated our territorial waters, our airspace, robbed islands and caused injury to our fishermen to defend our territorial sovereignty”. Tuan Vietnam (VietNamNet) would like to provide some material that proves…... [read more]
Vietnam has sufficient historical and legal evidence to prove its sovereignty over the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) islands, which the country occupied peacefully in the 17th century and has since excercised its jurisdiction over them. China's claim to the " nine-dotted line" in the East Sea is totally wrong as far as its historical name and sovereignty is concerned. In ancient Chinese bibliographic documents, China's territorial areas extend to Hainan Island as the ending point in the south. Many old geographical documents define Hainan Island as China's southernmost point. Among them are the geographical records of Qiongzhou…... [read more]