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Just a few years ago, community-based tourism was a novelty in Na Ka. When tourists began flocking to this valley for its photogenic views, orchard owners started offering photo services and pick-it-yourself plum tasting. They erected bamboo huts for photo shoots and wooden rest camps. Mong ethnic minority women stand at the entrance gate and provide costumes for rent. … [Read more...] about Na Ka plum valley on Moc Chau plateau, Son La province
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Principal of a school for gifted students Bien Hoa in the Northern Province of Ha Nam Pham Thi Ngan noted that many students are not interested in learning Russia, History and Geography. Worse, several students wanted to study in other schools after they had passed entrance examination into the school. Moreover students are not eager when they are selected in the national team. … [Read more...] about Schools for gifted students need to be reformed in Industry 4.0
Dinh La Thang, former board chairman of the oil giant and a once rising political star, was defending himself in a Hanoi court on Monday facing charges of “deliberately violating state regulations on economic management, causing serious consequences,” which carries a sentence of between 10-20 years in jail. … [Read more...] about Former oil honcho implicates ex-PM in massive Vietnam graft case