The traditional culture of ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands, including traditional music instruments, joined folk games and art performances, and signature food of the ethnic groups, was showcased at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi on February 13.
According to the Ministry of Transportation, the Cat Linh-Ha Dong Urban Railway is scheduled to be put into operation by the end of 2016.
From the first to the sixth day of the Lunar New Year, Lao Cai received 78,000 visitors, a 96% year-on-year rise, including 20,000 visitors utilising the Fansipan cable car system.
The Gloriour Peony from Panama carrying 50,000 tonnes of wood anchored in Vung Ang Port, opening a promising year for fulfilling the port’s 2016 plan.
A tree-planting festival was launched in Hanoi on February 12 to continue the tradition of environmental protection in spring.
Hanoi organised a ceremony at Chu Van An Temple in Thanh Liet commune, Thanh Tri district to launch a new lunar year of education and encourage the studious spirit among students and people.