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Bac Giang moves to promote Yen The hill chicken brand

10:54 | 09/12/2019

Home to a gentle rolling landscape, Bac Giang province is ideal for breeding chickens. The province focuses on chicken farming, with 4 to 4.6 million birds each year. Yen The district provides the market with more than 14 million chickens every year, grossing approximately 1.3-1.5 trillion VND (equivalent to 56- 65 million USD). The industry provides sustainable livelihoods for the locals.

Bac Giang develops Luc Ngan citrus brand

12:22 | 06/12/2019

Being a mountainous district of the northern province of Bac Giang, Luc Ngan is home to over 26,000 hectares of fruit trees of all kinds, the largest area in the northern region. Local authorities and people are striving to develop brands for its fruit, contributing to improving the value of its agricultural products.

Saigon shoemaker firmly on his feet at 88

16:30 | 02/12/2019

Trinh Ngoc, 88 years young, can't think of not making shoes for his regular, long standing customers.

A trekking adventure leads to a ‘hidden’ lake in southern Vietnam

16:54 | 29/11/2019

50 Vietnamese youth had a thrilling trekking adventure in November to reach Tuyet Tinh Coc, a lake deep inside a vast forest in Binh Phuoc Province.

Vietnam’s God Lake

16:31 | 14/11/2019

Bung Binh Thien (God Lake) in An Giang Province, blessed with beautiful idyllic landscapes, is one of the largest freshwater lakes in the Mekong Delta.

Rice flour: the final straw​

08:41 | 07/11/2019

Eco-friendly rice flour straws using vegetable and fruit dyes can be composted after use.

Vietnamese baguette gets a makeover with salted egg yolk

16:21 | 02/11/2019

Banh mi, the Vietnamese baguette, comes with a brand-new addition in Saigon: minced pork meatballs and salted egg yolk.

Hanoi man creates animal shapes from recycled materials

16:15 | 31/10/2019

Luu Trung Nghia, a Hanoi resident, has created over 200 miniature animal forms from plastic waste, tins and cans.