The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s painters in collaboration with the Ly Son Marine Protected Area have turned walls of 100 old houses in An Binh Commune of Ly Son Island District to colorful murals, depicting sea turtles and portraits, the life of local children & villagers.
Statistics by the Export Import Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade show that only 35 percent of Vietnam’s export commodities are making the most of tax incentives from free trade agreements (FTAs) which the country has participated in.
An exhibition called “One village one product” (OVOP) displaying Vietnamese high-quality handicraft products will open in Hanoi on December 9 as part of efforts to attract more tourists to the capital and promote traditional craft villages.
The 11th century Vinh Nghiem Pagoda and its collection of 3,050 rare Han-Nom woodblocks are just two of a plethora of attractions that await tourists visiting Bac Giang Province. Bui Quynh Hoa reports.