No Vietnamese victim reported in car crash in Germany

No Vietnamese victim reported in car crash in Germany

No Vietnamese citizen was confirmed among the victims in the car crash in Münster city in the German west state of Nordrhein-Westfalen as of 10pm on Saturday (local time), according to the Embassy of Việt Nam in Germany.
YouTube video filter policy reduces earnings of content creators

YouTube video filter policy reduces earnings of content creators

Reduced subscriber numbers and blocked advertisements are affecting Vietnamese YouTube channels, even accounts that use the platform as a means of business.
Vietnamese overseas investment hits nearly $150 million

Vietnamese overseas investment hits nearly $150 million

Vietnamese businesses have invested nearly US$150 million into 28 projects abroad, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA).
Vietnamese spend big money on shopping during overseas trips

Vietnamese spend big money on shopping during overseas trips

Reports have found that the amount of money Vietnamese travelers spend on shopping overseas is higher than the fees of their tour packages.
Two Vietnamese-American girls saved after being kidnapped for ransom

Two Vietnamese-American girls saved after being kidnapped for ransom

Police in Ho Chi Minh City have rescued two young Vietnamese- American girls and arrested their suspected kidnappers, who previously demanded a ransom of US$50,000.
Vietnamese movie to compete at 6th GUKIFF

Vietnamese movie to compete at 6th GUKIFF

The Vietnamese film O Day Co Nang (Here Comes The Sun) will compete at the 6th Seoul Guro International Kids Film Festival 2018 (GUKIFF) from May 10 to 17.  
Daria Mishukova, a Russian enthusiast for Vietnamese culture

Daria Mishukova, a Russian enthusiast for Vietnamese culture

Daria Mishukova, who began studying Vietnamese in 1995, is now living in Vietnam, providing input into a business and leisure website. Daria said her job brings her closer to Vietnamese culture and she has fallen in love with it.
Vietnamese people journey home for the eve of Lunar New Year

Vietnamese people journey home for the eve of Lunar New Year 1

With the Lunar New Year celebrations coming, Vietnamese townspeople are travelling back to their hometowns to celebrate with their loved ones.
Back to basics

Back to basics

With both beaches and mountains, the country’s biggest Buddha statue and the Phat Diem Cathedral -- immortalized by Graham Green in The Quiet American -- Ninh Binh Province has become a staple on the Vietnam tourist trail.
VASEP voices against anti- dumping tax on catfish

VASEP voices against anti- dumping tax on catfish

The Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP) has spoken out against the anti-dumping tariffs that the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has just applied for Vietnamese catfish.
Health sector fresh blood

Health sector fresh blood

The lack of high-quality hospitals, increasing income levels and the rising age of the general population in Vietnam is making healthcare a profitable sector for private investors.
RoK keen to boost ties with Vietnam

RoK keen to boost ties with Vietnam

New President of the Republic of Korea (RoK) Park Geun-hye on February 26 said that the RoK Government and she personally are very keen to bolster ties with Vietnam.
Korea a world of opportunity

Korea a world of opportunity

The door to work in Korea in 2013 has widened for Vietnamese labourers.
Vietnamese abroad enjoy Tet

Vietnamese abroad enjoy Tet

In the first days of the 2013 Year of the Snake, Vietnamese in Laos flocked to Phat Tich and Bang Long pagodas to ask for peace, wealth and luck, as well as to extend New Year greetings to each other.
Martin Yan loves Vietnam

Martin Yan loves Vietnam

World-famous Chinese-American chef Martin Yan is deeply in love with Vietnam and its cuisine, and is willing to promote it to the rest of the world.
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