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mercredi 9 mars 2016

Free film making workshop to open in Vietnam this month

Filmmakers in Vietnam will have the chance to explore the film industry via a course about short film making due to start next week.

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vendredi 26 février 2016

Colonial architecture fades in Vietnam, and residents mourn

When Mr Nguyen Viet moved back to Vietnam from Britain in 2014, he was hired to write design guidelines for a redevelopment project in downtown Ho Chi Minh City.

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lundi 4 janvier 2016

Tan Son Nhat Airport to be expanded

The Ministry of Defence will hand over 20 hectares of land near Tan Son Nhat International Airport to the Ministry of Transport for an airport expansion, said an official.

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dimanche 13 décembre 2015

Packed cities, empty villages: Vietnam’s migration dilemma

When Vu Thi Linh moved her family from their spacious rural home to a tiny rented room in Hanoi, she hoped her children would be able to get the education she never had.

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Villes engorgées, villages vidés: le Vietnam confronté à l'exode rural

Tous les ans, comme Vu Thi Linh et sa famille, ils sont des dizaines de milliers de Vietnamiens à rejoindre Hanoï ou Ho Chi Minh-Ville, l'ex-Saïgon, délaissant les campagnes pour les faubourgs de villes qui peinent à absorber ces nouvelles populations.

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lundi 7 décembre 2015

Vietnam's biggest airport to stop receiving new flights during rush hours

As overcrowding is getting more serious at Vietnam's largest airport Tan Son Nhat, local aviation authority is now looking to stop receiving new flights during rush hours, a local official said on Saturday.

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jeudi 3 décembre 2015

HCM City expos attract 588 firms

The 2015 Vietnam Expo and Vietnam Cycle that opened yesterday in HCM City seek to promote the country's trade and investment.

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samedi 7 novembre 2015

Le carillon de Notre-Dame de Saigon

La cathédrale Notre-Dame de Saigon doit sa particularité à sa batterie de six cloches unique en Asie du Sud-Est. Un carillon qui se fait entendre à 10 km à la ronde.

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dimanche 1 novembre 2015

Vietnam's biggest airport project faces financial hurdle

Soon after it was approved by legislators, the Long Thanh Airport project has faced its first hurdle: a possible lack of funding for site clearance.

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dimanche 11 octobre 2015

HCMC to improve airport bus

Ho Chi Minh City plans to launch a new public bus service connecting the downtown business district to Tan Son Nhat International Airport.

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mardi 29 septembre 2015

Ho Chi Minh City rehashes tramway plan in bid to tackle traffic crisis

Ho Chi Minh City government has allowed a joint venture to conduct a feasibility study on a tramway line aiming to cater to 20-25 percent of the demand for public transportation.

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mercredi 9 septembre 2015

Acheter un logement au Vietnam : à quelles conditions ?

En cette rentrée 2015, alors que les projets immobiliers d’envergure se multiplient à Ho Chi Minh-Ville, la nouvelle loi sur le logement fait beaucoup parler d’elle au sein de la communauté des expatriés. Les autorités, qui cherchent à relancer un secteur sinistré, souhaitent attirer les financements étrangers, que ce soit du côté des promoteurs ou bien du côté des acquéreurs individuels.

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dimanche 6 septembre 2015

Nearly 15,000 to be relocated for Vietnam's biggest airport

More than VND13.1 trillion (US$573.62 million) will be needed for site clearance for Long Thanh Airport, which will be the biggest in Vietnam, a local news website reported Monday.

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lundi 17 août 2015

Au Vietnam, les habitants se mobilisent pour sauver un escalier marocain

À Hô Chi Minh-Ville, le superbe escalier fassi vieux de 90 ans s'inscrit dans la plus belle tradition marocaine de la mosaïque.

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mercredi 5 août 2015

Atkins starts building Vietnam's tallest skyscraper in Ho Chi Minh City

British architect Atkins has started work on a 460-metre-high skyscraper in Ho Chi Minh City, which is set to become the tallest building in Vietnam on completion.

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mercredi 17 juin 2015

Radio comms jammed at Vietnam airport

Controllers at Tan Son Nhat airport in Ho Chi Minh City lost contact with planes when a jamming signal interupted communication.

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vendredi 5 juin 2015

Vietnam lawmakers urge green light for huge hub airport

Vietnamese lawmakers called for speedy approval of a $15.8 billion airport on Thursday to get construction started and address chronic capacity shortages in one of the world's fastest-growing aviation markets.

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mercredi 3 juin 2015

Vietnam's Saigon Port plans to raise at least $19 mln in IPO

Saigon Port Co, the operator of Vietnam's most important port, plans to raise at least $19 million through an initial public offering later this month, the company said on Wednesday, making it the most attractive state share sale this year.

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lundi 25 mai 2015

Foire-expo sur le commerce, les services et le tourisme Vietnam-Myanmar

La Foire-exposition sur le commerce, les services et le tourisme Vietnam-Myanmar 2015 (Ho Chi Minh City Expo 2015) a débuté le 20 mai à Rangoon (Myanmar).

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dimanche 26 avril 2015

Vietnam : le quatuor du tank 390 qui a arrêté la guerre

Le 30 avril 1975, malgré un feu nourri et la perte de contact avec leurs chefs, les quatre hommes du tank 390 parviennent à pénétrer dans le palais présidentiel de Saïgon. Un épisode décisif de la guerre du Vietnam qui ne les a pas fait sortir de l'ombre mais les a liés à jamais.

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samedi 18 avril 2015

Bientôt le 2e salon du livre du Vietnam à Hô Chi Minh-Ville

Le 2e salon du livre du Vietnam sera organisé à Hô Chi Minh-Ville du 18 au 21 avril sur le thème «Histoire de la fierté et résister pour un bel avenir». L’objectif : encourager, développer et valoriser la culture littéraire au sein de la communauté.

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mardi 10 mars 2015

Forty years after escaping war, 'boat people' find fortune back in Vietnam

As one of the Vietnam War's final battles raged four decades ago, Quynh Pham lay with her mother in a field covered in a stranger's blood. They survived only by pretending to be dead.

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dimanche 8 février 2015

Vietnam's most modern expressway opens to traffic

The last portion of the Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay expressway opened to traffic Sunday, playing a key role in clearing clogged traffic and slashing travel distances from HCMC to other provinces.

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mardi 30 décembre 2014

Rugby : Entre tournoi de 10's et 3e mi-temps, partez à la découverte des French Asian Barbarians

Antoine Goupille vit au Vietnam depuis bientôt trois ans. Originaire d'Angers, ce professeur de Management travaille à l'Université australienne de Melbourne basée à Saigon. Capable de jouer 2e et 3e-ligne, Antoine découvre le rugby en 2007 pendant la Coupe du monde.

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mercredi 10 décembre 2014

Plan to raze oldest French building in heart of Vietnam metro sparks dialogue

Following widespread opposition to the planned demolition of a historic municipal building to make way for a new office center, a Ho Chi Minh City official announced that portions of the structure will be preserved.

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vendredi 28 novembre 2014

Vietnam’s xe om service enters digital age with GrabBike app

The Malaysia-based company behind taxi-booking app GrabTaxi has launched a new service hosting motorbike drivers that you can call from your smartphone in Ho Chi Minh City.

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lundi 10 novembre 2014

Beer clubs in Vietnam – the rising trend

In the past one year, many youth, including teenagers, choose to go to beer clubs in Ho Chi Minh City for a change in atmosphere, ecstasy and lower costs they offer compared to bars and discos.

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jeudi 6 novembre 2014

Vietnam lawmakers divided on $18.7bn airport; defense minister backs project

Vietnamese lawmakers could not see eye to eye about a proposed megaproject to construct a US$18.7 billion new airport, while the defense minister gave his support as they convened for a debate during the law-making National Assembly sitting on Tuesday.

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jeudi 23 octobre 2014

Vietnam’s tale of two cities

Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi embody a larger struggle in Vietnam between traditional culture and modernity.

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Vietnam hub to move karaoke parlors out of residential areas

More than nine years after stopping issue of fresh licenses for karaoke parlors and dancing clubs, Ho Chi Minh City is now planning to move existing ones out of residential areas or have them switch to other businesses in an effort to check prostitution.

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