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Morning Stories Roundup: Japanese Koi Dies Two Days After Being Released Into To Lich River

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Each morning, we select some of the most important stories from the capital, the rest of Vietnam and beyond, and digest them into short, accessible links so you can easily keep up with current affairs.

Hanoi

- Japanese Koi dies after two days released into To Lich River. [Dan Tri]

- Famous Hanoi noodle restaurant opens franchise in Melbourne. [Vietnam Plus]

Vietnam

- Go-Viet CEO to leave ride-hail firm in October. [Tuoi Tre]

- Woman suffers head injury in attempted bag snatch in Ho Chi Minh City. [Tuoi Tre]

- Quang Ngai teachers struggle to get mountainous children to go to school. [Dan Tri]

- Local trend of sustainable development may threat H&M and Zara. [VietnamNet]

- Dong Nai plans mega solar power production on manmade lake. [VnExpress]

Other

- The Dim Sum Chef Who Plays With His Dough. [New York Times]

- Robo tuk-tuk will zip about an upscale Bangkok neighborhood as Thailand eyes autonomous vehicle edge. [Straits Times]

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