A cicada hunter at night (Photo: SGGP)

The quest for cicada pupae

As sudden early-season rain showers wipe away the blazing summer heat, baby cicadas would start shedding their skins. Attracted by the delicacy that is molting cicadas, insect hunters have found themselves venturing into distant woods at night collecting cicada pupae – a way for them to make some cash and also relive childhood memories in the process.
 The cultural preservation site of S’Tieng ethnic minority group in Bom Bo hamlet

Traditional culture well preserved in magnanimous Bom Bo hamlet

Soc Bom Bo (Bom Bo hamlet) is associated with the magnanimous period of the protracted resistance against the French colonial and the American troops in the 20th century by S’Tieng ethnic minority. Nowadays, Bom Bo has put on a new coat but still kept and preserved its traditional culture and beauties.
Cashew processing firms in Binh Phuoc Province have passed their heyday. (Photo: SGGP)

Cashew industry in dire need for restructuring

Cashew processing industry in Binh Phuoc Province has never been so gloomy and quiet with many cashew processing plants having had to close due to a shortage of raw materials while other smaller facilities shut down because of financial crunch.

At the event (Source: VNA)

Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam boost trade, investment

The 11th Investment-Trade and Tourism Promotion Forum of the Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam (CLV) Development Triangle took place in the southern province of Binh Phuoc on December 18.
Dengue costs two lives in Binh Phuoc Province

Dengue costs two lives in Binh Phuoc Province

The Department of Health in the southern province of Binh Phuoc today announced hospitals in the province reported two deaths following dengue fever induced complications, one case higher than same period last year.
 
Cashew processing in Binh Phuoc province

FDI projects increase 100 percent in Binh Phuoc province

The number of newly licensed foreign direct investment (FDI) projects posted a year on year increase of 100 percent and capital hiked nearly 50 percent in the first half this year in the southern province of Binh Phuoc.