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Homestay service offers more sustainable tourism
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Homestay service offers more sustainable tourism

Eleven ethnic-minority households in the Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province are operating an experimental home-stay service as part of a project to improve the livelihood of ethnic minorities.

Measures sought to lure more int’l arrivals
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Measures sought to lure more int’l arrivals

Representatives from ministries, sectors, and firms gathered at a conference in Hanoi on October 17 to seek ways to promote tourism and attract international visitors.

Vietnam Airlines to launch more Hanoi-Sydney flights
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Vietnam Airlines to launch more Hanoi-Sydney flights

En Vnexpress - The airline wants to operate seven flights per week to exploit the potential of the Vietnam-Australia route.

Five-star luxury hotels just got a whole lot more expensive in Hanoi
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Five-star luxury hotels just got a whole lot more expensive in Hanoi

En Vnexpress - New statistics show a five-star hotel room in the capital now costs an average of $151 a night, compared to $118 in Saigon.

Pancakes in a pagoda: Finding more than just inner peace in southern Vietnam
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Pancakes in a pagoda: Finding more than just inner peace in southern Vietnam

En Vnexpress - Meet the volunteers who know how to make your tastebuds happy with vegan banh xeo.

Don't bathe more than once a week says designer Westwood
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Don't bathe more than once a week says designer Westwood

En Vnexpress - Westwood only takes a bath once a week.

More Vietnamese using electronic payments: Visa
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More Vietnamese using electronic payments: Visa

Vietnamese consumers are continuing to embrace electronic payments making 38 per cent more transactions in the year...

South Korea seeks to lure more tourists from Vietnam
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South Korea seeks to lure more tourists from Vietnam

South Korea will support Vietnamese travel firms to arrange incentive tours to attract more visitors from Vietnam.

More kids have pneumonia caused by virus RSV
Health

More kids have pneumonia caused by virus RSV

The National Children Hospital in Hanoi said that lately, more neonates have pneumonia due to virus RSV.

More walking streets to be opened in Hue
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More walking streets to be opened in Hue

Hue authorities will open more walking zones on Chu Van An, Pham Ngu Lao and Vo Thi Sau Streets later this month, according to Vice Chairman of Hue municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Dang Thanh.

Travelers, is Vietnam worth coming back for more?
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Travelers, is Vietnam worth coming back for more?

En Vnexpress - Tell us about your Vietnam experience and whether you want to return.

The more kids the merrier? Not for parents in Saigon
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The more kids the merrier? Not for parents in Saigon

En Vnexpress - The cost of raising one child is pushing the limit for many families in the city with the country's lowest birth rate.

More people to benefit from palliative care
Health

More people to benefit from palliative care

Health experts and doctors met in Hanoi on August 3 to discuss the updated and amended guiding document on palliative care.

Vietnam plans to release more anti-dengue mosquitoes into wild
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Vietnam plans to release more anti-dengue mosquitoes into wild

The Ministry of Health (MoH) is planning to expand the pilot release of Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes in some southern areas of Vietnam in the next few years to prevent dengue fever.

Vietnam can benefit more from global value chains: World Bank
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Vietnam can benefit more from global value chains: World Bank

NDO - Vietnam can move up global value chains with the help of higher value added activities and by boosting links between domestic firms and foreign markets and investors, according to two World

This noodle soup is one more reason why you should visit Phu Quoc
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This noodle soup is one more reason why you should visit Phu Quoc

En Vnexpress - Forget the beaches and jungle for a second, and get your chops around a bowl of this.

Vietnam plans more share sale from dairy giant Vinamilk: official
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Vietnam plans more share sale from dairy giant Vinamilk: official

The sale of a 3.33 percent stake is expected in October and foreign investors would be able to bid.

Tourism insiders seek ways to attract more foreigners to Vietnam
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Tourism insiders seek ways to attract more foreigners to Vietnam

Tourism managerial agencies and travel companies suggested measures to attract more foreign tourists to Vietnam at a meeting in Hanoi on August 3.

Storm Sonca leaves more than 30 flights stranded in Vietnam
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Storm Sonca leaves more than 30 flights stranded in Vietnam

En Vnexpress - The fourth storm of the year is forecast to hit Vietnam this evening.

In Saigon, dealing with gridlock means causing more gridlock first
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In Saigon, dealing with gridlock means causing more gridlock first

En Vnexpress - Locals are being squeezed down narrow streets while an overpass to the airport is taking off above them.

Saigon plans more book streets to promote reading culture
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Saigon plans more book streets to promote reading culture

En Vnexpress - The current book street in the city downtown has turned out to be a big hit among locals and tourists.

Weekly roundup: Visa waivers, food safety, surviving summer heat and more
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Weekly roundup: Visa waivers, food safety, surviving summer heat and more

Revisit the week with top stories compiled by VnExpress International's editors.

Faster-moving sea ice forces polar bears to use more energy
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Faster-moving sea ice forces polar bears to use more energy

Yahoo News ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Rapid global warming has sped up the movement of sea ice off Alaska's coasts, and already at-risk polar bears are paying a price, a new U.S. study says.

Want to Be an Astronaut? NASA Is More Selective Than Any Top College
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Want to Be an Astronaut? NASA Is More Selective Than Any Top College

Yahoo News NASA received more than 18,300 applications during its most recent round of recruitment between December 2015 and February 2016, roughly three times as many as it got last time for its

No more cracked smartphones? Researchers discover 'miracle material' that is less likely to break
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No more cracked smartphones? Researchers discover 'miracle material' that is less likely to break

Yahoo News Researchers have found a "miracle material" that could be used in smartphones and tablets, putting an end to the misery of cracked screens. A team of scientists from Queen's University,