TAGs: Quang Nam

Gia Thu Bon river basin needs joint management

26/11/2016 09:31

PSNews- Construction of upstream hydropower systems and unplanned exploitation of sand in the Vu Gia – Thu Bon river basin have led to adverse impacts, including erosion.

Quang Nam to host Korean Culture Day 2021

07/04/2021 15:51

Korean Cultural Days event, an annual cultural exchange co-hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Vietnam and the Quang Nam Provincial People's Committee, takes place from April 7 to 14 in Tam Ky and Hoi An.

Hoi An launches new art performance to attract tourists

29/03/2021 15:17

Hoi An People's Committee, the Voice of Vietnam (VOV), and the Quang Nam Tourism Association came together to co-host the "Hoi An Show” on March 28 as part of a range of activities aimed at restarting the central city’s tourism sector moving into the post COVID-19 period.

Pedestrian street in Hoi An reopens

18/02/2021 13:10

The ancient town of Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam saw the reopening of its pedestrian street on February 15, in addition to allowing non-motorised vehicles to operate, although tickets for sightseeing activities in the town’s old quarter have not yet gone on sale yet.

Storm Molave approaches central coastal provinces

28/10/2020 20:10

Storm Molave, the ninth in the East Sea this year, landed on the central coast from Quang Nam to Binh Dinh on October 28, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.

PSNews supports people in flood-hit localities

21/10/2020 14:55

A charitable delegation of the Public Security Newspaper (PSNews), led by Editor-in-Chief Senior Colonel Pham Khai and Chairman of Van Phu Invest (the donor), visited and presented gifts to people in flood-hit areas in central provinces on October 20 to help them overcome their difficulties.

Hoi An welcomes visitors after social distancing

24/09/2020 22:23

PSNews - Hoi An authority decided to reimplement a series of activities for visitors after social distancing period including street for pedestrians and non-motor vehicles, night street and traditional craft hubs from September 24.