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Old Roses Become Premier

Old Roses Become Premier

07/04/2017 15:36 GMT+7

In recent years, farmers in Van Giang district of Hung Yen province, 25km from Hanoi have planted roses of different varieties from Great Britain, France and Thailand and Vietnam’s old breeds from various localities such as Sapa, Hai Phong, Van Khoi, bushy roses from Son La, and velvety and while roses from
Nam Dinh. These varieties of roses are suitable to the climate and soil of the region so they have a high economic value.

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Making ‘Non La in Ngoc My

Making ‘Non La’ in Ngoc My

04/04/2017 11:52 GMT+7

As one of the traditional crafts of Ngoc My Commune (Quoc Oai District, Hanoi), making Non la (conical leaf hat) has been preserved and developed to give a sufficient and stable income for practitioners.
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Making Nhon Hoa Rice Papers: Passion Dedication and Sunshine

Making Nhon Hoa Rice Papers: Passion, Dedication and Sunshine

13/03/2017 19:21 GMT+7

If you’ve ever had a summer roll from a Vietnamese restaurant, you’ve eaten a rice paper rolled with pork, prawns and vermicelli and mixed salad with peanut sauce. Rice paper is one of Vietnam’s most versatile foods that can be filled with whatever you can think of.
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Getting Rich from Raising Bunnies in Vietnam

Getting Rich from Raising Bunnies in Vietnam

18/02/2017 10:16 GMT+7

From an investment of 10 billion dong (442,000 US dollar) in 2014 for raising 1,700 rabbits, a young entrepreneur in Hanoi has become one of the leading commercial New Zealand rabbit raisers in Vietnam, earning  some three billion dong per year.
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Minh Hong Arrowroot Vermicelli

Minh Hong Arrowroot Vermicelli

18/02/2017 10:15 GMT+7

The trade of making arrowroot vermicelli is now the main income for the villagers of Minh Hong in Minh Quang commune, Ba Vi district, Hanoi with each household earning about 150-200 million dong/year.This is 15 times higher than rice growing or mulberry growing and silkworm breeding. 

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Raising Brahma Chickens in Saigon

Raising Brahma Chickens in Saigon

08/01/2017 11:00 GMT+7

The colorful feathers give initial impressions of the “giant” roosters of the Brahma breed, which have, in recent years, been raised in a number of chicken farms in Ho Chi Minh City. They are called  “the King of all chickens” and sold to many pet-chicken raisers, which will, as they conceive, bring luck to their families.
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Raising Ca cuong

Raising Ca cuong

02/01/2017 11:44 GMT+7

After more than two years of research about the breeding of Ca cuong (giant water bug), Le Thanh Tung (Ben Do 2 Hamlet, Tan Phu Trung Commune, Cu Chi District, Ho Chi Minh City) has successfully built a farm raising more than 8,000 of this insect. This is a model that not only brings about high economic income for his family but also contributes to the preservation of a rare insect in danger of extinction in Vietnam. 
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Growing Ido Longan in Thoi An

Growing Ido Longan in Thoi An

10/12/2016 10:31 GMT+7

The model of growing ido longan (scientifically known as Euphoria Longana) now gives high economic value to many families in the city of Can Tho. 
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