Historic banyan tree in Tan Trao revived

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Historic banyan tree in Tan Trao revived

The famous banyan tree, Tan Trao, a symbol of Vietnam’s independent struggle against France, has rehabilitated after a seven-year joint effort in the northern province of Tuyen Quang.

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Historic banyan tree in Tan Trao revived

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Historic banyan tree in Tan Trao revived

The famous banyan tree, Tan Trao, a symbol of Vietnam’s independent struggle against France, has rehabilitated after a seven-year joint effort in the northern province of Tuyen Quang.

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India to provide $2.5mn to restore My Son Sanctuary in central Vietnam

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India to provide $2.5mn to restore My Son Sanctuary in central Vietnam

The Indian government will supply a funding package of roughly US$2.5 million for a project to restore the UNESCO-recognized My Son Sanctuary in central Vietnam.

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Ten months on, Australia confident of finding MH370

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Ten months on, Australia confident of finding MH370

Missing airliner MH370 is "very likely" to be found if it lies in the undersea zone now being scoured, and is probably in good condition despite being submerged for 10 months, the Australian search chief told AFP.

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Cham towers in Vietnam's UNESCO-recognized sanctuary leaning dangerously

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Cham towers in Vietnam's UNESCO-recognized sanctuary leaning dangerously

Two ancient Cham towers in the UNESCO-recognized My Son Sanctuary in central Vietnam have leaned and sunk to an alarming extent, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism said Tuesday on its website, citing the relic’s management agency.

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Urban decay threatens hot Philippine economy

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Urban decay threatens hot Philippine economy

Manila's creaking train network means a miserable three-hour work commute for salesman Gerard Galang -- just one example of major infrastructure woes that analysts say threaten to cool the Philippines' red-hot economy.

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$160-million “culture village” rots in Hanoi

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$160-million “culture village” rots in Hanoi

A village meant to showcase the architecture of Vietnam's ethnic minority people's has fallen into disrepair despite untold millions being spent on its construction.

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$150mn ethnic cultural complex left desolate in northern Vietnam

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$150mn ethnic cultural complex left desolate in northern Vietnam

A cultural complex representing Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups has sat derelict since parts of it were opened four years ago in time for the millennial birthday of Hanoi.

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Sugar intake must be slashed further, say scientists

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Sugar intake must be slashed further, say scientists

The target to reduce sugar consumption should be much more ambitious, health experts say.

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Central Vietnam’s iconic folk paintings now alluring souvenirs

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Central Vietnam’s iconic folk paintings now alluring souvenirs

Thanks to several innovations, Sinh Village folk paintings, typical of central Vietnam’s Thua Thien- Hue Province, which is home to Hue, the country’s old imperial capital, now make perfect souvenirs for tourists, particularly foreigners.

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More banks set to take over finance companies

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VietnamPlus English 7 month(s) ago

Analysts predict a new wave of commercial banks taking over finance companies following a new government decree, according to an article published on the English language news portal VietNamNet Bridge on August 6.

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More banks to take over finance companies under new decree

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VietnamNet English 7 month(s) ago

More banks to take over finance companies under new decree

VietNamNet Bridge – Analysts predict a new wave of commercial banks taking over finance companies following a new government decree.

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East Meets West pilots $400,000 project to improve Vietnam kids’ oral health

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Báo Thanh Niên English 9 month(s) ago 1 related news

East Meets West (EMW) foundation has launched a two-year pilot project, financed by a $399,500 grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities, to train school health staff and improve oral health among school children.

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U.S. charity kickstarts $400,000 oral health care project in Vietnam

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U.S. charity kickstarts $400,000 oral health care project in Vietnam

The U.S.-based charitable organization Ronald McDonald House Charities has initiated a project to provide oral health care for children in central and northern Vietnam from 2014 to 2015.

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Dental care project launched in Da Nang

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VietnamPlus English 9 month(s) ago

The East Meets West (EMW) non-governmental organisation launched a dental care project in the central city of Da Nang on June 9, which will be activated in the central region before expanding to the north.

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