Vietnamese Airlines Advised to Avoid China’s Military Drill Areas

Vietnamese Airlines Advised to Avoid China’s Military Drill Areas

Airlines of Vietnam will adjust their flight paths in the next few days to avoid the areas near Taiwan where China plans to hold military exercises.
Storm Lionrock Moves Toward North-Central Vietnam, Another Fresh Storm Forecast

Storm Lionrock Moves Toward North-Central Vietnam, Another Fresh Storm Forecast

One depression and tropical storm will bring more rain to northern and north-central regions next week.
Buddhist Foundation Helps Vietnam in Covid Battle

Buddhist Foundation Helps Vietnam in Covid Battle

The Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has offered help amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Vietnamese deal with surging cases in Taiwan, normalcy returns to UAE

Vietnamese deal with surging cases in Taiwan, normalcy returns to UAE

Overseas Vietnamese residing in Taiwan said they feel secure in the country even though new cases have been rising every day.
Taiwanese start panic-buying as Covid cases increase

Taiwanese start panic-buying as Covid cases increase

Items such as instant noodles or toilet papers are being bought in bulk after the government imposed new lockdown restrictions, triggering panic buying.
Vietnam’s vegetable exports to Taiwan enjoy sharp increase

Vietnam’s vegetable exports to Taiwan enjoy sharp increase

The first months of this year saw Vietnamese vegetable exports to Taiwan (China) rise sharply, turning Vietnam into the largest vegetable supplier to this market.
Biden set to approve first arms sale to Taiwan amid China threat

Biden set to approve first arms sale to Taiwan amid China threat

The Biden administration’s first arms sales to the island of Taiwan, featuring some howitzers, are proceeding, Taiwan media reported.
Taiwan again issues stamp set violating Vietnam's territorial sovereignty in Bien Dong Sea

Taiwan again issues stamp set violating Vietnam's territorial sovereignty in Bien Dong Sea

Taiwan Chunghwa Post's Lighthouses Postage Stamps (Issue of 2020) just been discovered by Viet Stamp club to have an image violating Vietnam's territorial sovereignty. Specifically, a set of stamps appeared a lighthouse that had been illegally built on Ba Binh (Itu Aba) island in Vietnam's Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago in 2015.
25 Chinese planes fly through Taiwan's ADIZ

25 Chinese planes fly through Taiwan's ADIZ

A total of 25 Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan's air defense identification zone (ADIZ) on Monday, the "most on any single day" so far this year, Taiwan's defense agency said on April 12.
Vietnam’s aquatic exports to Taiwan rise sharply amidst COVID-19

Vietnam’s aquatic exports to Taiwan rise sharply amidst COVID-19

Vietnam’s aquatic exports to Taiwan (China) rose sharply in the first months of this year, up nearly 66 percent in volume and 62.3 percent in value.
China tails US warship as it sails through Taiwan Strait

China tails US warship as it sails through Taiwan Strait

China’s military tailed a U.S. warship as it passed through the sensitive Taiwan Strait on Saturday, the Chinese military said.
US air force spy plane spotted in Chinese airspace

US air force spy plane spotted in Chinese airspace

A United States Air Force spy plane came within 51 nautical miles of China's east coast as it passed through Beijing's air defense identification zone (ADIZ) on December 10, flight tracking data showed.
Three Taiwanese sentenced to over 10 years in prison for phone scam

Three Taiwanese sentenced to over 10 years in prison for phone scam

The gang leader was sentenced to 15 years in prison while two accomplices received jail terms of 13 years and 10 years.
Vietnam, Taiwan diplomatic messenger Ngo Pham Tran

Vietnam, Taiwan diplomatic messenger Ngo Pham Tran

During 23 years of residing in Taiwan, Ms. Ngo Pham Tran is regarded as a diplomatic messenger contributing to foster cooperation on trade, investment, education and culture between Vietnam and Taiwan.
More relief funds to flood-hit localities in Vietnam

More relief funds to flood-hit localities in Vietnam

Australia is poised to make an initial contribution of AUD 100,000 (USD 71.000) in immediate humanitarian assistance to Vietnam which has suffered huge losses caused by floods and landslides during the past two weeks.
Taiwan-Vietnam flight services set to restart by mid-October

Taiwan-Vietnam flight services set to restart by mid-October

Direct flight services between Taiwan and Vietnam could restart by mid-October after being suspended for six months due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taiwan leader calls China’s sending warplanes a threat

Taiwan leader calls China’s sending warplanes a threat

Taiwan’s Leader Tsai Ing-wen said on September 20 that Beijing is a threat to the entire region after China flew nearly 40 warplanes over the Taiwan Strait in a show of force two days earlier.
US arms sales allegedly surge for Taiwan but it just "media speculation"

US arms sales allegedly surge for Taiwan but it just "media speculation"

Industry sources reveals that Taiwan sets to receive as many as seven major weapon systems from the US, in the context of the Trump administration is putting more pressure on Beijing.
Over 570 Vietnamese citizens brought home within two days

Over 570 Vietnamese citizens brought home within two days

More than 570 Vietnamese citizens were brought home from Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Taiwan (China) on August 28-29.
Nearly 350 returnees from over 20 countries immediately quarantined

Nearly 350 returnees from over 20 countries immediately quarantined

Close to 350 Vietnamese citizens stranded in over 20 countries across Europe and Africa, were brought home aboard a Vietnam Airlines flight on August 26 - 27. All people on the flight were immediately quarantined after touching down in Ho Chi Minh City.
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Vietnam Treasures Extensive Strategic Partnership with Japan: President Friendship

Vietnam Treasures Extensive Strategic Partnership with Japan: President

Vietnam always treasures the extensive strategic partnership with Japan and views Japan as an important and long-term strategic partner, President Nguyen Xuan Phuc told Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio in Tokyo on September 26.
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