Hanoi (VNA) – President Tran Dai Quang and his spouse will pay a State visit to Bangladesh from March 4-6 at the invitation of his counterpart Mohammad Abdul Hamid to mark the 45th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties (February 11). The visit affirms Vietnam’s consistent external policy of independence, self-reliance, multilateralisation and diversification of international ties, including attaching importance to strengthening relations with Bangladesh. In recent years, the two sides have exchanged delegations, including the Vietnamese National Assembly delegation’s trip to Dhaka to attend the 136th General Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentarian Union in April 2017, Deputy Foreign Minister Dang Dinh Quy’s visit to co-chair the first political consultation between the two foreign ministries in August 2017 and the Vietnam visit by Speaker of the Bangladesh Parliament Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury in July 2017. Bangladesh recently sent high-level delegations to … [Read more...] about President to pay first State visit to Bangladesh
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Many tour operators these days have concluded their tours of far-flung destinations for the upcoming Tet, Lunar New Year—trips to the United States, Europe and Africa, for instance. Shorter tours by air to Southeast Asia or East Asia and domestic destinations are in their peak time. Meanwhile, tours by car which are attracting more travelers need some additional time for assessment of their success. … [Read more...] about Tet tour options in HCMC
A reader nicknamed Ly Thong commented: "The price is same but the quality gap is too big. You don’t need to be a genius to know what movie ticket you should buy." … [Read more...] about Should Vietnam’s film industry be protected?
The key to addressing these challenges is to ensure economic growth and sustainable resource management go together in a mutually reinforcing way. Sound evidence-based government policies for sustainable development are crucial. Of course, solutions cannot be found by the government’s acting alone. Industries and businesses have a key role to play in supporting innovation and catalyzing change. Researchers and scientists need to play their part also in developing new technologies, but we can better support them with an enabling environment to commercialize the best ideas. Our youth can also be encouraged to play a pioneering role to better respond to climate change and increasingly complex environmental challenges through appropriate policies, training, and government support. … [Read more...] about Vietnam at 60: A legacy to be bequeathed
Rice paddies have a history of thousands of years in Vietnam. Rice has fed Vietnamese people for untold generations, helped us stay strong through war after war defending and protecting our nation. People have even compared the "S" shape of Vietnam with a yoke that has two baskets of rice on either end, one the Red River Delta in the north, and the other the Mekong Delta in the south. … [Read more...] about On fertile agricultural land, Vietnam’s shooting itself in the foot