Over recent years, Hoi An Ancient Town, world biosphere reserve Cham Islet and Bay Mau water coconut forest in the central province of Quang Nam grown into a popular destination for domestic and international tourists is falling in paradox of preservation and development because more tourists come to the forest.
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.
Many overseas Vietnamese (OV) have returned home for the Tet holiday, while others staying in their resident countries also gathered and organized many celebrations for the largest traditional festival.
“Brain-drain” has become a common phrase for recent years and being cared by the society as many good students continuously look for opportunities studying and working abroad. As start-up movement in Vietnam has been developing, making Vietnam a start-up nation, young generations have planned to come back the motherland.
The central city of Da Nang has taken full advantage of being able to start afresh, unencumbered for the most part by outdated infrastructure, to become the most livable place in the country. Bui Hoai Nam charts a few milestones of this growth.