PANO – The Vietnam Sea Village Festival 2011 opened officially at the April 16 Square in Phan Rang-Thap Cham City of Ninh Thuan Province on August 2nd with performances of art troupes, fishermen and artisans from 8 cities and provinces of the South Central Coastal Region and two guest groups from Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province and HCMC. … [Read more...] about Ninh Thuan province hosts the coastal sea village festival
A scene in Kẻ Cắp Gặp Bà Già (The Old Woman and Her Thief), a new MV by pop idol Hoàng Thùy Linh. The work, released on April 4, features a young woman living in the time ruled by the Early Lê Dynasty between 980 and 1009. (Photo courtesy of the producer) … [Read more...] about Pop idol’s new MV features folk music
The green algae field in Tu Thien village The algae field appears twice a day, from 5:00-9:00 and from 15:00-18:00. Algae covers most of the beach in Tu Thien village. This kind of algae is often collected by local people as food for shrimp Walking on the algae field, tourists can see many kinds of sea creatures and plants The tide starts to recede, revealing the blue sea with green algae With available products, the algae field brings a stable source of income for local people Apart from algae, locals also collect sea snails Tourists experience sea snail catching The sky reflecting off the sea water before the tide has finished receding creates beautiful scenery. From Phan Rang city in Ninh Thuan province, tourists are advised to cross An Dong Bridge and go 5km along the sea to reach the algae field. Source: TTO … [Read more...] about Beautiful green algae in coastal province of Ninh Thuan
Also, the winter crop has been bountiful. India has a robust food stockpile - some 60 million tonnes of food grains - and the world's largest state-run food distribution programme. Food shortages are unlikely. But the challenges are in supporting farmers, sharecroppers and labourers until things return to normal; getting food to the poor and securing the harvest for the next season. … [Read more...] about Will coronavirus lockdown cause food shortages in India?
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) - The new series of “Nhung Ngay Khong Quen” (Unforgettable Days) will feature life in urban and rural areas during the COVID-19 pandemic. The series combines two series “Ve Nha Di Con” (Come Home, My Dear) and “Co Gai Nhà Nguoi Ta” (The Girl Next Door), previously broadcast by Vietnam Television. While Come Home, My Dear mentioned urban family issues, The Girl Next Door reflected the lives of youngsters in rural areas. Come Home, My Dear is considered a television blockbuster as it scooped up three gongs at the VTV Awards 2019. The new series was filmed over a couple of weeks in March. “The series is a kind of educational entertainment, so it’s not easy to do, it should be interesting like other films to attract audiences, but it also has a mission of spreading messages from the authorities,” said Do Thanh Hai, Director of the Vietnam Television Feature Film Centre (VFC). Unforgettable Days is sure to catch … [Read more...] about TV series depicts society in COVID-19 pandemic