US Built School for Vietnam's Northern Province

US Built School for Vietnam's Northern Province

US built school in a commune of the Red River Delta province of Nam Dinh
Vietnam, U.S. Cooperate to Extradite Fugitive

Vietnam, U.S. Cooperate to Extradite Fugitive

The U.S. Mission to Vietnam and the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security cooperate to extradite fugitive
Vietnamese People Excitedly Plan Trips To The US As Travel Ban Restrictions Ease

Vietnamese People Excitedly Plan Trips To The US As Travel Ban Restrictions Ease

As the US has lifted travel bans on international travelers, some Vietnamese nationals are planning their trips.
Various Autumn Dishes Around The World for Food Lovers

Various Autumn Dishes Around The World for Food Lovers

Now countries around the world are immersed in autumn colors, besides the beautiful scenery, the culinary specialties of this season are equally attractive to tourists.
World's Best Cities for Remote Workers

World's Best Cities for Remote Workers

All cities are not created equal when it comes to remote working.
From Garbage Man to Business Owner: Success Story Of A Vietnamese Man In The US

From Garbage Man to Business Owner: Success Story Of A Vietnamese Man In The US

From collecting waste with parents at the age of five, Michael Duong, a Vietnamese expat living in the US, has become the owner of one of the America’s most leading companies in waste solutions.
President’s upcoming trip to Cuba, US to promote vaccine diplomacy

President’s upcoming trip to Cuba, US to promote vaccine diplomacy

Vietnam's State President is set to pay an official visit to Cuba and then fly to New York to attend the 76th session of the UN General Assembly.
US Vice Admiral: China’s New Maritime Requirements Build Foundations for Instability

US Vice Admiral: China’s New Maritime Requirements Build Foundations for Instability

China’s new reporting requirements for ships on innocent passage to the South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea) begin to build foundations for instability and potential conflicts if those are enforced.
World of Bizzare Things: 8 Weirdest Museums Found In the US

World of Bizzare Things: 8 Weirdest Museums Found In the US

America is the home to many weird, unusual and exotic museums that present parts of the culture, modern world or just basically bizarre things.
China Nuclear Threat: Beijing Puts 'All of US in Range' with Newly Revealed Missile Bases

China Nuclear Threat: Beijing Puts 'All of US in Range' with Newly Revealed Missile Bases

China has constructed hundreds of new nuclear weapon silos containing missiles able to "target the entire United States," new satellite images have revealed
New Wave of Vietnamese Coffee Shops Hits Seattle

New Wave of Vietnamese Coffee Shops Hits Seattle

A new wave of Vietnamese coffee shops has hit Seattle. Each shop has its own unique twists and takes on traditional Vietnamese coffee culture. If you're in the area, check out these delicious shops.
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.
China Slams US Over 'Haven' Offer to Hong Kong Residents

China Slams US Over 'Haven' Offer to Hong Kong Residents

President Joe Biden said the US will offer temporary refuge to Hong Kong residents due to Beijing's clampdown. But China has called the offer "shameless."
South China Sea: UK Says It Has No Plans for Naval Confrontation after China Warning

South China Sea: UK Says It Has No Plans for Naval Confrontation after China Warning

Britain has said it has no plans to stage a naval confrontation with China in the South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea).
England Scraps Quarantine for Fully Vaccinated EU, US Visitors

England Scraps Quarantine for Fully Vaccinated EU, US Visitors

Fully vaccinated people from the US and the EU will be allowed to travel to England in an effort boost the travel industry.
US is not Superior to Other Nations, Says Chinese Foreign Minister

US is not Superior to Other Nations, Says Chinese Foreign Minister

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday that the U.S. needs a "tutorial" on how to treat other countries equally, marking his latest criticism of U.S. foreign policy as aggressive and undermining to global peace efforts.
Vietnam, US to further cooperate in war legacy relief

Vietnam, US to further cooperate in war legacy relief

Vietnam-US cooperataion in dealing with war consequences has contributed to promoting solidarity and mutual trust between the two countries,
What Causes Unprecedented Heatwave in the Pacific Northwest?

What Causes Unprecedented Heatwave in the Pacific Northwest?

A historic heatwave is sweeping through most of the Pacific Northwest. Experts believe that climate change is the main culprit.
Biden presses Putin over human rights matter at Geneva summit

Biden presses Putin over human rights matter at Geneva summit

On Sunday (May 30), Biden pledge to put pressure on Putin over matters of human rights at their June summit.
US sends warship near Hoang Sa archipelago

US sends warship near Hoang Sa archipelago

The destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur of the US Navy recently passed through the waters near the Hoang Sa archipelago.
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