Latest News for: Hanoi


Hanoi seeks to remove hurdles to land use right auctions

The Saigon Times 07 Feb 2023
HCMCHanoi City has proposed measures to eliminate hindrances to land auctions this year, as its revenue from land auctions last year met a mere 50% of the target. According to the Portal of the Hanoi People’s Committee, the city planned to collect VND12,450 billion from land use right auctions in 2022.

Egg coffee – the unforgettable taste of Hanoi

The Saigon Times 05 Feb 2023
Coffee, enjoyed any time of the day, now comes in different variants. Of them, egg coffee in Hanoi is one of the most popular ... He separated the egg yolk and processed it to replace the milk foam of the cappuccino, a popular drink then ... But Giang coffee in Hanoi is still the most popular, as egg coffee originated there ... .

Vietnam’s coffee festival to be held in March

The Siasat Daily 04 Feb 2023
Hanoi. Vietnam will host a coffee festival in the central highlands Dak Lak province, its largest coffee grower, from March 10 to March 14 ... Also Read. Karnataka coffee planters disappointed with Budget. Dak Lak has the largest farming area of around 210,000 hectares with an annual output of more than 520,000 tons ... .

Over 32% of apparel firms remain closed in Hanoi

The Saigon Times 02 Feb 2023
HCMCNearly a third of textile and garment firms have yet to reopen in Hanoi although the Lunar New Year holiday has ended. Over 83% of businesses in Hanoi reopened ...

Late Vietnamese artist Nguyễn Tư Nghiêm's works on display in rare exhibition

Marietta Daily Journal 30 Jan 2023
Jan. 30—HÀ NỘI(Vietnam News/ANN)- Twenty-six paintings by the late artist Nguyễn Tư Nghiêm are on display at the Ngàn Phố Gallery in Hà Nội in an exhibition entitled Trăm năm Nguyễn Tư Nghiêm (Nguyễn Tư Nghiêm — A Hundred Years) ... .

Hanoi books over VND1 trillion in tourism revenue at Tet

The Saigon Times 27 Jan 2023
HCMC – The capital city of Hanoi earned more than VND1 trillion from tourism services during the Lunar New Year holiday (Tet) from January 21 to 26, according to the municipal Department of Tourism.
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Well-maintained and preserved houses at Deoksugung Palace in Seoul, South Korea. Taken on August 2019.

Seoul to work with Hanoi to pursue peace on Korean peninsula

Korea Times 27 Jan 2023
In an effort to create something meaningful after the fruitless 2019 summit between Washington and Pyongyang in Hanoi, the Ministry of Unification will begin various projects this year with the authorities in Vietnam, such as building up an archive of how the Southeast Asian nation became an economic success story through its radical reforms ... .

Đà Nẵng to build duty-free zone

Marietta Daily Journal 24 Jan 2023
Jan. 24—ĐÀ NẴNG(Vietnam News/ANN)- Đà Nẵng's people's committee has submitted a plan for a duty-free zone. The area will cover 151ha at the end of Bà Nà-Suối Mơ Road — 30km southwest of the centre and near the Bà Nà ... .

Hanoi seizes large volume of illicit drugs

The Saigon Times 19 Jan 2023
HCMC – The Hanoi Department of Customs, ... Vietnam Customs is working with the Hanoi police and relevant authorities to expand the probe into the drug trafficking ring.

The World's Quirkiest Coffee Shops—From Milwaukee and Bogota to Hanoi

Newsweek 18 Jan 2023
More than just "a cup of joe," these unique coffee shops meld original atmosphere with coffee offerings and a hit of something special—whether it's courses and workshops for customers, a step back in time or a unique treat ....

Hanoi to close Hoan Kiem pedestrian area, Old Quarter for Tet activities

The Saigon Times 18 Jan 2023
HCMC – The Hanoi People’s Committee has announced the closure of the pedestrian spaces around Hoan Kiem Lake and the Old Quarter, allowing citizens to travel smoothly during the Tet holiday.

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