13:37 | 12/01/2022
Through the project, CARE works to improve economic well-being for poor rural women, particularly ethnic minority women in Vietnam.
08:23 | 10/01/2022
The giant bamboo waterwheels, with slow rotation, have long been associated with cool streams and ripe rice fields in mountainous provinces, including Lai Chau
08:14 | 22/12/2021
Foreign Affairs Ministry of Bulgaria and Vinacapital Foundation support Lai Chau reduce infant mortality
08:59 | 21/12/2021
Several organizations came together to discuss ways better the lives of girls in Lai Chau and KonTum provinces.
09:08 | 13/05/2021
Tien Son in the northern Lai Chau Province is one of the caves retaining its pristine beauty with countless magnificent stalactites.
13:06 | 10/05/2021
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Representative in Vietnam Naomi Kitahara in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency pointed out two big challenges to maternal health care in ethnic minority areas.
14:59 | 08/12/2020
Sin Ho is considered a “treasure” of the northern Lai Chau province. This place has not been exploited for tourism purposes; hence, its pristine beauty remains intact.
15:29 | 07/12/2020
These days, hills and mountain flanks in Sin Suoi Ho village, Phong Tho district, the Northern Lai Chau province is dyed in the yellow hue of blooming Hoa Da quy (Mexican sunflower).
08:27 | 06/12/2020
The mountainous province of Lai Chau is not only home to picturesque landscapes but also the cuisine haven for food lovers. Below are the top 5 must-try in Lai Chau for an unforgettable experience.
16:40 | 18/07/2020
The Sin Suoi Ho village of Mong ethnic people is a surefire amazing destination for environment lovers as 100 percent local residents say no to tobacco, alcohol, or littering. It's also home to a handful of scenic check-in places.
07:29 | 13/07/2020
The new suspension bridge on the top of O Quy Ho pass, which is made up of many pieces of wood, has been receiving great attention from netizens. This bridge is considered a challenging experience even for adventurous travellers.
06:29 | 18/05/2020
Through the Enhanced Homestead Food Production (EHFP) project, implemented by Helen Keller International (HKI) in Vietnam with the sponsor of Irish Aid, on May 16, 1,850 black siamese ducks were granted to 185 beneficiaries in 5 project villages: Giang Ta, Mao Pho, Ngai Chu, Giang Ma and Su Thang in Giang Ma commune, Tam Duong district, Lai Chau province.
Expats in Vietnam
Vietnam is sending affection to Lao and Cambodian students who stay back in the country for Tet, the traditional New Year holiday which is an occasion for family reunion.
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