Vietnam to adopt pesticide-free agricultural model: experts Vietnam needs to shift from the use of conventional pesticides to biopesticides to “better manage weed growth, maintain a high agricultural yield, avoid resistant species, protect soil biodiversity and erosion, and reduce green-house emissions,” … [Read more...] about Has Vietnam’s sustainable agriculture developed well?
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Thanh Tuan works on a shop sign at an advertising workshop after being laid off from his previous full-time job. Photo: M.L. / Tuoi Tre Dinh An, a 32-year-old from north-central Thanh Hoa Province, was cruising the streets of Ho Chi Minh City on his motorbike after being made redundant at an incense stick manufacturing workshop in Binh Tan District. … [Read more...] about Jacks of all trades: Odd-jobbers wiggle way through pandemic in Saigon
“AEON Vietnam would like to send our sincerely apologizes [sic] to our customers for this incident. We have promptly implemented countermeasures to bring peace of mind to our customer and avoid the same incident to happen again,” the statement reads in English. … [Read more...] about Japan’s AEON apologizes after rats found on food counter at Saigon mall
Stage director Hoang Nhat Nam explains that performing artists had only one week to prepare for the show. The concert opens with a performance by Quang Nam-native Dam Vinh Hung with songs praising the sacrifices of doctors in the fight against communicable diseases. … [Read more...] about Fund-raising concert for frontline doctors in Da Nang, Quang Nam
The latest coronavirus outbreak has spread to 15 cities and provinces across three regions of the country. Da Nang topped the list with 246 cases, followed by Quang Nam (67), Ho Chi Minh City (8), Quang Ngai (6), Hanoi and Bac Giang (5 each), Lang Son (4), Dak Lak (3), Quang Tri and Dong Nai (2 each), and Thanh Hoa, Hai Duong, Thai Binh, Ha Nam and Khanh Hoa (1 each). … [Read more...] about COVID-19 cases in Vietnam pass 800 mark