|Vietnam and Korea: Cooperation in construction and urban development|
|On 4th December, in Hanoi, the signing ceremony of MOU between the Ministry of Construction (MOC) of Viet Nam and the Housing and Land Company of Korea.|
It would cost about 30 billion yen to rebuild a donjon of Edo (Old Tokyo) Castle that was burned down in 1657, a Non-Profit-Organization said on October 25th at a press conference in Tokyo. The donjon is projected to be built of wood and 45 meters high with five floors above ground and one below.
- 6 key industries in Vietnam – Japan cooperation
- Construction work: Port Terminal T2 of Noi Bai International Airport - Model of Vietnam – Japan cooperation
- Hanoi inviting Japanese companies to invest 5 satellite urban areas
- Permanent Deputy Minister of Construction Cao Lai Quang meeting with Chairman of Vitens Company
|Vietnam exports more shrimp to Australia|
|VietJetAir offers low-cost flights|
|New power station has first boiler drum installed|
|Danang hosts EWEC 2012 Fair|
A thousand days have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami disaster struck on March 11, 2011, which killed more than 15,000, and still more than 2600 people are missing. While 280,000 people still cannot settle in permanent houses, all related officials and industries have been working as a team on reconstruction of the region despite shortage of materials and labor.
|Commitment to Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien metro on punctuality target|
|Ba Ria - Vung Tau ready for Japanese investors|
|Asia Geospatial Excellence Awards at Asia Geospatial Forum 2012|
|The exhibition of Asia Geospatial Forum in Viet Nam|
Azusa Sekkei Co. Ltd. has been awarded a contract of designing of a general hospital in Kien Giang Province, the South of Vietnam. It was selected among two other Japanese design firms through international bidding by Kien Giang Insurance Bureau, making the contract on November 20. This is Azusa Sekkei’s first project of building hospitals in Vietnam.
|VND327 billion for Rex Hotel upgrade|
|Construction start ceremony of main parts of project "SORA gardens I"|
|TDB Parkson shopping center gets off the ground|
|Accor opens Novotel Saigon Centre|
Japan Sports Council (JSC), which is in charge of building the New National Stadium in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, decides the basic plan, shrinking its size from total floor space of 290,000 m2 to 220,000 m2. Taking into consideration opinions from groups of architectures and citizens, the length and the construction area will be reduced, while maintaining a British architect Zaha Hadid’s design chosen through the international competition. The total cost of reconstruction is estimated at 185.2 billion yen including dismantling the old stadium and building surrounding infrastructure.
|Painting contest on traffic safety for children|
|H’Mong minority children in the top 11 of 2012 Photo Contest|
|Pianist releases Chopin album in Vietnam|
|For the sake of Ancient Duong Lam Village, what Yoshihara Miki is doing now?|
A private-public joint council for promoting aviation infrastructure export will hold a Japan-Indonesia bilateral seminar next year in Indonesia. The aim is to promote Japanese technology and to showcase Japan’s experiences of the industry to Indonesian government, which plans to build and expand airports in the capital area and local cities. The Land ministry intends to organize seminars in countries which have active demand in aviation infrastructure such as Thailand and Philippines.
|HCM City to host Secutech Vietnam 2012|
|Opportunity for digital music market|
|Enertec Expo 2012 gets underway in HCM City|
|Ninh Binh trials free high speed wifi services|
(VOV) - A cooperation programme between aviation companies and tour operators to stimulate domestic tourism has yet to pay off as the number of holiday-makers did not increase as much as expected.
|The cyclo in Vietnam|
|The ten best destinations in Vietnam|
|Mekong Delta attracts nearly 13 million visitors|
|More than 2 million visitors to Kien Giang|
Entering a restaurant on Nam Trang Street, Ba Dinh District, visitors seem to get lost in an open space of objects reminding them of the subsidized economy before 1986.
|Hoang My selects evening dress for Miss World final night|
|20 northern queens selected for Miss Vietnam 2012|
|Miss Vietnams strut their stuff at fashion show|
|Lao students attend beauty contest in Hue|
(VOV) - Hanoi is one of most attractive destinations for foreign tourists thanks to its colorful nightlife, enriched by night markets, delicious food, cozy atmosphere and busy streets.
|Foreign tourists impressed by Hanoi nightlife|
|An ideal place for coffee and book lovers|
|Travelling Hải Vân Pass|
|Sounds of Saigon|
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