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Thousands flock to Southern Fruit Fest

Thousands flock to Southern Fruit Fest

The Suoi Tien Tourist Park in District 9 received more than 10,000 guests on Monday, the first day of the 2015 Southern Fruit Festival. Visitors, who were mostly residents of HCM City and neighboring provinces and cities, brought their children to celebrate the day, which was also International Children’s Day. …

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South Korea reports 5 more cases of MERS illness

South Korea reports 5 more cases of MERS illness

South Korea confirmed five more cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, the health ministry said early on Wednesday, bringing to 30 the total number of cases in the country of the often-deadly illness. On Tuesday, South Korea reported its first two deaths from MERS since the first …

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Ha Noi to celebrate world yoga day

Ha Noi to celebrate world yoga day

A record number of 500 people will perform yoga in Ha Noi on June 21 as they celebrate the International Day of Yoga, held in Viet Nam for the first time. Participants will perform yoga from 8am like other participants at events throughout in the world. The celebration will be …

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China to hold fire drills along Myanmar border

China to hold fire drills along Myanmar border

China’s military will hold land and air live fire drills along a part of the border with Myanmar where shells have fallen during fighting between the Myanmar government and ethnic Chinese rebels, the Defence Ministry said on Monday. China has been angered by repeated incidents of shells or bombs from …

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French artists explore the human condition

French artists explore the human condition

An exhibition of new work by two French artists Nadege David and Sandrine Llouquet about the “poetic dimension to our human condition” has opened at Galerie Quynh. The Carne Vale exhibition (meaning Farewell to Meat, according to Latin folk etymology) comprises drawing, sculpture and installation that “reveal the human condition …

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Vietnamese and Korean dancers to present cultural show

Vietnamese and Korean dancers to present cultural show

Vietnamese and Korean dancers will jointly perform in the Cay No (crossbow) show, based on the legends of the two countries, at HCM City Opera House on June 2. Korean choreographer Yoo-Oh Chun will also participate in the cultural show. Cay No’s choreography is based on documents about the similarities …

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All at sea: Australia’s search for MH370 under scrutiny

All at sea: Australia's search for MH370 under scrutiny

Nearly a year after embarking on a multi-million dollar quest to solve one of aviation’s greatest unsolved mysteries, authorities and search teams are being criticised over their approach to finding Flight MH370 in the remote southern Indian Ocean. The Australian-led search, already the most expensive in aviation history, has found …

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