Beauty of Japan: The Magical Kochia Hill Blooming in Hitachinaka

Beauty of Japan: The Magical Kochia Hill Blooming in Hitachinaka

Every year, tourists flood to Japan to witness the dreamy beauty of Kochiha Hill turning a bright and extraodrinary red colour, lending them the name “Burning bush.”
Japan-Funded Moblie App Improves Elder Healthcare

Japan-Funded Moblie App Improves Elder Healthcare

"S-Health", the first-ever Mobile App to provide free-of-charge health care information and services to older persons, their caregivers and family members is now officially launched after eight months of beta testing.
Million US Dollar Project to Promote Community-based Care for the Elderly in Vietnam

Million US Dollar Project to Promote Community-based Care for the Elderly in Vietnam

The World Bank and partners on Sep. 29 launched a project aiming to reduce economic and health vulnerability of older persons in Vietnam, under a US$ 2.75-million grant, funded by the Government of Japan and administered by the World Bank.
Beautiful Creatures Made From Straw Displayed in Japan’s Wara Art Festival

Beautiful Creatures Made From Straw Displayed in Japan’s Wara Art Festival

From the straw left after the harvest, Japanese artists created the giant "wara" creatures and displayed them in the annual Wara Art Festival, which attracts many tourists each year.
A Look At Top Candidates Running For Japanese Prime Minister

A Look At Top Candidates Running For Japanese Prime Minister

Japan’s ruling party picks a new leader Wednesday to replace outgoing Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and guide the world’s third-largest economy as it tries to recover from the pandemic.
Japan, UNFPA Support Guest Workers Returning Home Due to Covid

Japan, UNFPA Support Guest Workers Returning Home Due to Covid

This is one of the contents of the project "Mitigating the negative impacts of Covid-19 on vulnerable population groups - Ensuring National Progress to Achieve SDGs in Vietnam" which was conducted by UNFPA and funded by the Japanese government.
Vietnam to Continue to Support Japanese Firms Maintain Supply Chains

Vietnam to Continue to Support Japanese Firms Maintain Supply Chains

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc held phone talks with Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide on Sep.15, stressing that Vietnam will continue to accompany Japanese firms doing bussiness in the country, remove obstacles to their production and business, and maintain supply chains.
Vietnam, Japan Discuss South China Sea Issue

Vietnam, Japan Discuss South China Sea Issue

According to the Japanese defense minister, countries need to work together to maintain and strengthen the international order based on free and open rules.
Who is Taro Kono - Politician Who Could Become Japan's Next Prime Minister?

Who is Taro Kono - Politician Who Could Become Japan's Next Prime Minister?

Japan's popular minister of administrative affairs, Taro Kono, formally announced his candidacy to lead the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and become the next prime minister.
Meet The First Vietnamese Appoined As Principal in Japan

Meet The First Vietnamese Appoined As Principal in Japan

Nguyen Duy Anh is the first Vietnamese man to be appointed as principal at a distingushed Japanese school.
Asian Sites Added to UNESCO World Heritage List

Asian Sites Added to UNESCO World Heritage List

Getbol, Korean Tidal Flats; the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex in Thailand; and the subtropical rainforest on Japan’s four islands were inscribed onto UNESCO’s world heritage list thanks to their unique natural values.
Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to Resign This Month

Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to Resign This Month

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said in a surprise move on September 3 he would step down.
Tokyo Paralympics: OVs in Japan support Vietnamese athletes

Tokyo Paralympics: OVs in Japan support Vietnamese athletes

Expatriates in Japan have come to visit and cheer on Vietnamese Paralympic athletes, reported VNA.
Japan Marks 76th Anniversary of WWII Surrender Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Japan Marks 76th Anniversary of WWII Surrender Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Japan on Sunday commemorated the 76th anniversary of its surrender in World War II, scaling back a memorial service to mourn the war dead for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic
Million Urged to Seek Shelter as Floods and Landslides Hit Japan

Million Urged to Seek Shelter as Floods and Landslides Hit Japan

More than a million people have been urged to seek shelter as torrential rain triggered floods and landslides in western Japan, leaving at least one dead and two missing
Man Killed in Osaka: Japan Hands Over Body of Victim to Vietnamese Authorities

Man Killed in Osaka: Japan Hands Over Body of Victim to Vietnamese Authorities

The ashes of the victim killed in Japan's Osaka prefecture are expected to be brought home on August 15.
US, Japan Express Concern Over South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) at ASEAN Forum

US, Japan Express Concern Over South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) at ASEAN Forum

The United States and Japan have expressed concern over the situation in the South China Sea (called Bien Dong Sea in Vietnam), where China has been aggressively pushing its territorial claims.
Covid-19: Japan Reports First Case of Lambda Variant Infection

Covid-19: Japan Reports First Case of Lambda Variant Infection

The first case of lambda variant in Japan was a woman in her 30s who arrived from Peru.
Vietnamese Man Killed in Japan: Family Hopes For Answers Soon

Vietnamese Man Killed in Japan: Family Hopes For Answers Soon

Family hopes for answers in the 22-year-old Vietnamese citizen’s death.
Mysterious Kagami Numa Lake Known as a "Magical Dragon’s Eye"

Mysterious Kagami Numa Lake Known as a "Magical Dragon’s Eye"

Japan is the land for many natural wonders and beautiful places to visit. Kagami Numa is a mythical Japanese lake that turns into a giant eye every spring, during the thawing process, hence its nickname, Dragon’s Eye Lake.
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VinFast CEO Plans Electric SUV U.S. Delivery in 2022 Economy

VinFast CEO Plans Electric SUV U.S. Delivery in 2022

VinFast automaker will begin taking pre-orders for its VF e35 and e36 electric SUVs in the United States in the first half of 2022, with deliveries expected by the end of the year, said Global Chief Executive Michael Lohscheller.
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Vietnam News Today (October 16): Localities Remove Quarantine, Testing Regulations for Tourists National

Vietnam News Today (October 16): Localities Remove Quarantine, Testing Regulations for Tourists

Vietnam News Today (October 16): Hanoi to host Vietnam-Singapore forum for senior energy industry leaders; Localities remove quarantine, testing regulations for tourists; “Living safely with Covid-19” requires flexible and effective adaptation; Vietnamese university listed in Times Higher Education’s ranking by subjects.
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Delicious Delicacies That You Must Try In Quang Ninh Travel

Delicious Delicacies That You Must Try In Quang Ninh

Not only famous for its beautiful landscape and cultural spots, Quang Ninh is also a favourite destination for food lovers for its diverse and impressive cuisine.
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