Ha Long Bay officials, tourists campaign against bear bile

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Ha Long Bay officials, tourists campaign against bear bile

Local authorities, residents and tourists in Vietnam’s UNESCO-recognized Ha Long Bay in the northern Quang Ninh Province recently took part in a campaign in a joint effort to put an end to bear bile farming, Animals Asia reported on Wednesday.

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East Sea: Behind China’s Silk Road Initiative

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East Sea: Behind China’s Silk Road Initiative

China has recently accelerated archaeological exploration in the East Sea in order to support its seeking of the UNESCO’s world heritage title for the "Silk Road on the Sea". If UNESCO recognizes the "Silk Road on the Sea" as China’s world heritage, Vietnam's sovereignty in the East Sea will be affected, said Dr. Nguyen Tan Anh, Director of the UNESCO Centre of Science, Technology and Investment, in an interview with VietNamNet.

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French journalist presents photos to Hoi An

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French journalist presents photos to Hoi An

(VOV) - Dominique Foulon, a reporter of “Carnets du Vietnam”, has presented Hoi An City with two precious photos of Cau Pagoda – a symbol of the UNESCO-recognised world cultural heritage site.

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$2b tourism complex planned for Cat Ba island

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The Hanoi-based GIICO International Investment Group has announced a plan to build a US$2-billion tourism complex on Cat Ba Island in the northern city of Hai Phong.

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Quang Binh approves 28 FDI projects

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This central province has approved the business licenses of 28 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with a total capital of US$39.7 million.

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Zipline opens at UNESCO-recognized site in Vietnam

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Zipline opens at UNESCO-recognized site in Vietnam

A new tourism service has been established at a well-known UNESCO-recognized site in Vietnam, in an effort to attract more tourists, the Vietnamese government said Wednesday on its website.

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China wants to conserve even Vietnam’s heritage?

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China wants to conserve even Vietnam’s heritage?

VietNamNet Bridge - Along with submitting an application to UNESCO for the recognition of the “Silk Road on the sea” as a world heritage, China has stated that it would conduct excavations of sunken ships around the islands of Hoang Sa and Quan Anh, parts of Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) Archipelago. China also began a conservation plan on the islands of Huu Nhat and Da Bac of Vietnam’s Hoang Sa Archipelago early this year.

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Photo contest marks 20th anniversary of UNESCO recognition of Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay

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Photo contest marks 20th anniversary of UNESCO recognition of Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay

Vietnamese citizens at home and abroad and expats in Vietnam are all welcome to take part in a photo competition to commemorate the 20th anniversary of UNESCO recognition bestowed on Ha Long Bay in northern Quang Ninh Province.

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Stopovers on the Central Region heritage road

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Stopovers on the Central Region heritage road

VietNamNet Bridge – The six world heritage sites recognized by the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in the Central Region creates a “heritage road” worthy to explore.

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Thrilling with zip-line service in Phong Nha-Ke Bang

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Quang Binh Province holds its big pride for many famous mysterious caves, of which some have been recognized as world heritage sites by UNESCO such as Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. There are also many newly-discovered caves such as Son Doong, Tien Son and Thien Duong.

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Ha Long Bay beauty hits Italian headlines

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Ha Long Bay beauty hits Italian headlines

(VOV) -The Italian daily Le Repubblica has recently run an article on its Viaggi (Travel) column highlighting the stunning beauty of Ha Long Bay which was recognized as a World Natural Heritage site in 1994 by UNESCO and voted as one of the seven New Natural Wonders of the World in 2011.

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Geo-park network to be expanded

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A number of geological parks will be recognised as national or global geo-parks by 2030 as part of a project on geological heritage conservation and geo-park network development in Viet Nam, which was recently certified by the Prime Minister.

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China after the oil rig incident: what should Vietnam do?

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China after the oil rig incident: what should Vietnam do?

VietNamNet Bridge - The Silk Road on the sea exists with the contribution of all coastal countries. The honor of the Road must be based on respect for international law, respect for the independence and sovereignty of related countries, for the sake of peace and stronger friendship between peoples, and should not be mixed with any self-interested purposes.

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More geo-parks to be acknowledged by UNESCO by 2030

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More geo-parks to be acknowledged by UNESCO by 2030

VietNamNet Bridge – A number of geological parks will be recognised as national or global geo-parks by 2030 under the project “geological heritage conservation and geo-park network development in Vietnam” which was recently certified by the Prime Minister.

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Vietnam to open 30 geological parks nationwide

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Vietnam to open 30 geological parks nationwide

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a plan to develop and recognize 25-30 geological parks across the country until 2030.

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