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Farmers in Hanoi's Me Linh District start to harvest pomelos, magically turning from green to yellow over time and then red before Lunar New Year, hence the moniker “gac” pomelo.
Hanoi is planning a Red River urbanization project that will demarcate eight riverbank sections for development, six of them with low density constructions.
Chinese Red River dams are causing repeated alluvium shortages, floods as well as droughts in Vietnam, experts say.
With the Red River turning a surprisingly clear blue-green shade in its upstream sections, the absence of its usual muddy, pinkish color is being blamed on dams and polluting factories.
Vietnamese women keen on using plastic surgery to improve their looks are now scared that they might end up worse off, following some serious complications.
As the novel coronavirus continues to stalk Vietnam, bus and taxi drivers are grappling with how to stay healthy without losing their livelihood.
Hanoi’s historic Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Ba Dinh Square closed its doors to tourists from Monday amid the threatening pandemic.
Hanoi’s historic Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum will be closed from June 15 to serve yearly maintenance.
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