09:30 | 06/10/2020
Four doors of the vessel’s cellars were nailed with full of 10 tons of fishes, Leo pushed the GPS machine, on which the screen show Sa Ky letter and shouted: “Thanks to Ba Cau for providing us lots of fishes, let’s go, brothers!”. The ship moved toward Sa Ky estuary. Reaching to the prow, I stood solemnly and greeted Trung Sa, after experience a lot of days looking forward to returning to my motherland.
09:28 | 03/10/2020
On fishing boats floating in the waters of Hoang Sa Archipelagoes, there have been a number of teenage boys just in their 20s, however, gaining years of sailing experience. They are regarded as “the brairds of the ocean” who would follow the steps of their elders.
09:24 | 03/10/2020
Quang Ngai's seafarers face trouble when they have been continuously bullied by foreign ships on the Hoang Sa's waters of our country. Many people fell into bankruptcy when going home because the ship had only a empty wooden shell.
14:50 | 29/09/2020
The sea is a place where evil storms suddenly flare up, and also the birthplace of many terrible storms. During this fateful voyage, the fishermen and I had a taste of the anger and cruelty of the sea as we had to cope with a terrible unseasonal thunderstorm.
09:11 | 29/09/2020
The sea hunters have, not a few times, been terrified by "monsters", which are the big fish. Many fishermen even had to pay by their own lives.
09:09 | 29/09/2020
Flying fish are abundant across the country but mostly are “mẻng” flying fish. The bigger ones known as “cồ” flying fish, however, are only spotted off the shore of Dinh Tan village, Paracel Islands. Only local Dinh Tan villagers know where the large species of flying fish are to net them.
09:06 | 29/09/2020
"The daily activities including eating and sleeping of 9 seafarers facing a lot of obstacles to survive together on about 4m2 cabin"
07:54 | 28/09/2020
I had had a “stormy” adventure with the fishermen of Dinh Tan village, Binh Chau commune, Quang Ngai to the Trung Sa area, which located in the Bien Dong Sea, about 1,000 km off the mainland. 500 hours afloat on the sea, I had witnessed the sea changing from gentleness, generosity to anger, and cruelty.