|Vietnam, U.S. issue Joint Statement|
|Viet Nam and the U.S. have issued a Joint Statement on the occasion of the visit by U.S. President Barack Obama to Viet Nam at the invitation of his Vietnamese counterpart Tran Dai Quang.|
The consumer price index in Hanoi in May expanded 0.35% from April and 2.4 percent from the same month last year, the municipal Statistics Office (GSO) reported on May 24.
|Japan provides non-refundable aid for projects|
|Hà Nội hosts CEO Forum 2016|
|HN to have nine urban railway lines by 2050|
|City, intl partners to improve TPP education|
U.S. President Barack Obama visited a century-old pagoda as his first destination after arriving in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday afternoon, part of his ongoing trip to Vietnam scheduled for May 22-25.
|Vietnamese student numbers second-highest in South Korea|
|Water pipeline contract on hold|
|VN objects China’s oil drilling plan on Gulf of Tonkin|
|VN to grant one-year visa for U.S. citizens|
Domestic developer Khang Dien is seeking to plant a firmer foothold in the real estate market by teaming up with Coteccons and Khai Hoan Land.
|Elderly foreigners keen on Vietnamese housing|
|US$1.3bn housing stimulus to be extended|
|Empty horizon to heat up office market|
|VinaCapital revives delayed Times Square Hanoi project|
The Bulgaria Embassy in Vietnam together with the Vietnam-Bulgaria Friendship Association celebrated the European country’s day of education, culture and Slavic script in Hanoi on May 24.
|Spaniard inspired by VN ceramics|
|HCM City Television Cycling Cup race begins in April|
|Nam achieves new global rank|
|Phú Quý Island – a rising star among Vietnamese islands|
Samsung Vina Electronics Company and the General Sciences Library of HCM City launched a competition called "Level up – Soft skill opening the future" to help students develop their soft skills.
Tourism in Vietnam continues to be a promising source of income for the country, with growing demand for accommodation, and many new and promising projects in the pipeline for the next decade.
|Teen tales hit shelves amid growing demand|
|Xuan Son National Park - A destination of ecological interest|
|Dragon Bridge receives US engineering award|
|Workshop organized to facilitate trade in VN|
Often critisised as lack of professional procedure, the artists and art dealers in the country are trying to make art autions more professional. The first art auction in Viet Nam with five art works will take place in Ha Noi on May 28. Featured in the auction will be works of Hoang Phuong Vy, Quach Dong Phuong, Dao Hai Phong; and a pair of jars by Bat Trang craftsman Pham Anh Dao.
|National Gallery Singapore Opens Groundbreaking International Co-Curated Exhibition|
|Da Nang to host first Japanese cherry blossom festival|
|Dong Van Stone Plateau’s charm|
|Vietnamese women lead at Asian Nations Cup Chess Championship|
Coffee, one of Vietnam’s worldwide renowned specialties, was introduced to the country in 1875 by the French during their colonialisation of Indochina. Coffee plantations were located in the Central Highlands and owned mostly by the French.
|The book “Da Nang: Coastal City”: Amazing love|
|French magazine commends VN’s reform achievements|
|Hanoi among world’s top cheapest holiday destinations|
|Fish festivals declared intangible heritage|