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Vietnamese photographer wins HIPA award

Vietnamese photographer wins HIPA award

The winners of the fourth edition of the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) were announced at an annual awards ceremony last week. Vietnamese photographer Nguyen Minh Tan received the third prize in the category, “Night Photography,” with his photo depicting traffic jams at night …

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TV series zeroes in on loves, lives of urban young

TV series zeroes in on loves, lives of urban young

The HCM City Television and private film companies are cooperating in both human resources and finance to produce TV series that highlight urban life. Two new films, Khong Co Gi Va Khong Mot Ai (Nothing and No One) and Dao Khat (The Thirsty Island), began filming this month, featuring the …

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Strong cold front to cover northern Vietnam this week

A cold front is entering northern Vietnam on Monday, ending the hot days there and bringing cool weather back again, with low temperatures expected to drop to 14 degrees Celsius during the week, the national weather agency said the same day.

A cold front is entering northern Vietnam on Monday, ending the hot days there and bringing cool weather back again, with low temperatures expected to drop to 14 degrees Celsius during the week, the national weather agency said the same day. The strong cold spell, will first cover northeastern provinces …

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Sovereignty flagpole to be erected in northern Vietnam

The construction of a national flagpole that will serve as a marker of Vietnam’s marine sovereignty kicked off on Saturday in an island district off a northern province.

The construction of a national flagpole that will serve as a marker of Vietnam’s marine sovereignty kicked off on Saturday in an island district off a northern province. The Central Committees of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union and the Vietnamese Student Association started building a national flagpole to …

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