A soon-to-be completed Emergency Medical Response Center in Ho Chi Minh City went through a full simulation of its ProQA software programme last week.
After a roaring night of (almost) non-stop laughter at deciBel, the Magners International Comedy Festival continues to bring its laughter to Saigon next week with a show on Tuesday Mar. 15 at Saigon Ranger. Incorporating the finals of the Magners-sponsored Big V Comedy Competition, this night of belly-splitting hilarity will include performances from two seasoned pros.
A pilot electric car service has launched in the coastal city of Quy Nhon in offering daily tours and a sustainable way to experience the city.
The standard 30-day, single entry visa fee for visitors to Vietnam will be cut from US$45 to US$25 on Nov. 23, reports Thanh Nien News. The move comes amid efforts to reverse a slump in foreign arrivals.
The Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program (DAP) for the southern provinces of Vietnam for 2015-16 is now open for applications.