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[Photos] The Childhood of Con Dao's Baby Turtles Caught on Film

In July, I visited Con Dao National Park as part of a group of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) sea turtle volunteers to see first-hand conservation efforts aimed at the local sea turtle population.

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Hanoi to Add New Bus Routes to Boost Public Transport Access

The capital will add up to 30 new bus routes next year.

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Work Hazards Remain Rife Amid Poor Employee, Business Awareness

This news won't come as a surprise to anyone who has observed a local construction site.

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Weekend Stories Roundup: Over 12 Tons of Mercury Waste Collected From Rang Dong Fire

Stay connected with Urbanist Hanoi  on Twitter  and  Instagram  and  like us on Facebook . Each mornin...

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The Mekong Delta Is Only 0.8m Above Sea Level, New Data Shows

The chilling results of a new study by Dutch scientists show that the Mekong Delta’s elevation is much lower than previously thought, putting it at higher risk of being swallowed by rising sea levels.

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[Video] See Artisans Creating Traditional Dó Paper in 1930s Hanoi

The following short clip, titled Women of Hanoi, is only really connected to its titular meaning by its captions, which refer to "dusky ladies" and love notes scrawled on dó paper by street-side calligraphers.

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Ngõ Nooks: Nourishment for the Soul at Canh Bun Nguyen Sieu

Eating canh bún is akin to going for a walk on a clear day as sunset melts over the city; it costs almost nothing yet nourishes the soul.

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Rang Dong Warehouse Cleanup Begins as Environment Ministry Says Area is Safe

A team of experts from both the military and civilian agencies arrived at the warehouse yesterday.

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[Photos] The Childhood of Con Dao's Baby Turtles Caught on Film

In July, I visited Con Dao National Park as part of a group of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) sea turtle volunteers to see first-hand conservation efforts aimed at the loca...

in Hanoi

Hanoi to Add New Bus Routes to Boost Public Transport Access

The capital will add up to 30 new bus routes next year.

in Vietnam

Work Hazards Remain Rife Amid Poor Employee, Business Awareness

This news won't come as a surprise to anyone who has observed a local construction site.

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Weekend Stories Roundup: Over 12 Tons of Mercury Waste Collected From Rang Dong Fire

Stay connected with Urbanist Hanoi on Twitter and Instagram and like us on Facebook. Each morning, we select some of the most important stories from the capital, the rest of ...

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The Mekong Delta Is Only 0.8m Above Sea Level, New Data Shows

The chilling results of a new study by Dutch scientists show that the Mekong Delta’s elevation is much lower than previously thought, putting it at higher risk of being swallowed by rising sea levels....

in People

[Video] See Artisans Creating Traditional Dó Paper in 1930s Hanoi

The following short clip, titled Women of Hanoi, is only really connected to its titular meaning by its captions, which refer to "dusky ladies" and love notes scrawled on dó paper by street-side calli...

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Ngõ Nooks: Nourishment for the Soul at Canh Bun Nguyen Sieu

Eating canh bún is akin to going for a walk on a clear day as sunset melts over the city; it costs almost nothing yet nourishes the soul.

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