Old polyscias fruticosa roots, coucal, bumblebee and gecko, as well as and other plants and animals from the jungle, are now available in town to satisfy the need for “unique and tonic” products of townsmen.
Believing that they are unsafe for health, many people are now reluctant to eat fruit and vegetables.
Viettel, Viet Nam's largest mobile carrier by subscriber base, yesterday (Oct 6) asked the Information and Communications Ministry (MIC) to allow it to apply the same tariff on intra-network and inter-network calls.
Doan Van Le, a farmer in Tay Hoa Commune of Trang Bom District in the southern province of Dong Nai, no longer uses pesticides on his crops and now relies exclusively on ants that he breeds.
Capital shortage is no longer a problem for many technology startups as many venture funds are increasingly pouring money into them.
Many Saigonese last week rushed to the Saigon Tax Trade Center in HCMC's District 1 to bid farewell to one of the city's iconic buildings with 130 years of history before it is demolished to build a skyscraper.
Hundreds of festivities and celebrations are held every year in Viet Nam, but few people understand the significance and details of these festivals.
Giving drugs within hours of HIV infection is not a cure, say doctors treating a baby in Milan, Italy.
Air France has offered to scrap plans to expand its Transavia low-cost airline in Europe, in return for pilots returning to work immediately.
A number of cement plants have been taken off the list of proposed plants in the country's development plan for the industry, in an effort to “tidy up” the national industry.