Jean-Francois Perigois finds out that the old adage, ‘When in Vientiane, do as the Laotians do and slow down’, still holds true.
USS Carl Vinson’s visit to Danang is seen as a significant move that brings the two former enemies closer and signifies a greater level of trust between them, writes Le Hong Hiep.
The fashion industry around the world just keeps growing and expanding, even transcending cultures, races and religions. Fashion designers travel across continents to discover new styles to offer the ever demanding market.
A US aircraft carrier visits Vietnam for the first time since the end of the War.
Kha’s wedding day looked perfect from the outside but she was hiding a dark secret: the 27-year-old was three months pregnant and her husband was fake, hired for a staged wedding to avoid the social stigma of becoming a single mother.
Five men are arrested in Vietnam for allegedly attempting to smuggle $2.5 million worth of heroin into China.
A court in central Vietnam jails a prominent environmental blogger for 14 years for abusing his democratic freedom.
US Defence Secretary saw Indonesian troops walk on fire, drink snake blood, break bricks with their heads and more.
Just a short three years ago, Pham Thu Huong had no email address, no Facebook account.
A Vietnamese property tycoon who is accused of spilling state secrets is arrested in Hanoi.
Vietnam’s economy grew 6.81 percent this year – its strongest rate for a decade – thanks in part to surging exports, data showed yesterday.
A typhoon approaches the south coast of Vietnam after it battered the Philippines with floods and landslides.
Hanoi’s ragtag nudist club ignores the chilly weather to do their daily exercises defying norms in the conservative communist nation.
Vietnam would sell a majority stake in the country’s largest state-owned brewer Sabeco.
At Vietnam’s Old Flames market, curious customers peruse love letters and pick through perfumes, candles and clothes – relics from failed relationships.
Swapping his office garb for driving gear, businessman Vu Minh Hung readies for Vietnam’s largest amateur off-road race.
Officials in Vietnam’s capital Hanoi vowed yesterday to banish motorbikes by 2030 to ease environment and congestion woes.