Quoc Tung, 27, who lives on Van Cao Street, a few kilometers away from the place, stops by four times a week. The bread is addictive and the pate is flavorful and fatty, and much tastier than at other places, he said. … [Read more...] about Hai Phong’s favorite baguette stall that offers only 2 options
Besides the famous traditional flower villages and concentrated flower cultivation areas, Hanoi is also the leading locality in developing tourism at the ornamental creature villages. Some renown names are Hong Van Ornamental Creatures Village in Hong Van commune, Thuong Tin district; Van Phuc flower market in Ha Dong district and Quang Ba flower market in Tay Ho district, among others. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS JANUARY 15
Earlier this month, the Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking (JSCCIB) downgraded Thailand’s economic outlook, with only 1.5-3.5 percent growth this year if the government fail to control the new wave of COVID-19 in three months. JSCCIB predicted that the country’s exports will expand by 3-5 percent this year, down from the previous estimate of 4-6 percent expansion, following the new outbreak./. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS JANUARY 15
Regarding the plan on artificial islands suggested by the Netherlands, Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Tran Hong Ha said the two sides will need time to conduct thorough research before making a decision, because the area is near the Cu Lao Cham biosphere reserve, a marine protected area, and usually bears impact from strong winds, typhoons and big waves. … [Read more...] about Should artificial islands be built on Cua Dai sea?
According to Tung, this is the foundation to form a floating sand dune today. However, a question was raised why the new dune emerges from the sea since the end of 2017. Scientists think the historic flood on the Thu Bon River in November 2017 was the main cause. … [Read more...] about Many questions remain unanswered about Cua Dai sandbank