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The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.226) – Vietnam fruit map: The first fruit map in Indochina

The initiative hopes to help domestic agricultural products connect with potential markets abroad, Huyen said. The fruit map marked the first time that Vietnam presented...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.225) – Samatoa (Cambodia) : The first textile enterprise in Indochina to weave fabrics from lotus...

Samatoa is a social textile enterprise focusing on the values of fair trade and sustainable development. The goal is to create a viable alternative...

Laos highlights progress toward SDGs

Addressing the online Asean Ministerial Dialogue on Accelerating Actions to Achieve the SDG, Dr Sonexay Siphandone said that since the adoption of the 2030...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.224) – San Kim Sean (Cambodia): The first master in Indochina to restore and develop Bokator...

During the Khmer Rouge between 1975 and 1979, it was difficult to keep a passion for anything academic, whitecollar oriented or artistic. Most surviving...

Vietnam is considering to reduce VAT by 30 percent to boost economic recovery

Sectors set to be eligible for the tax break include transportation, accommodation, food and beverage, publishing, filmmaking, music production, entertainment and sports. Vietnam applies a...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.223) – Thailand – Laos Friendship Bridge No. 1 (Laos): The first international bridge across the...

The 1st Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge, is a link over the Mekong River between Amphoe Mueang Nong Khai of Thailand and Tha Duea of the...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.222) – Morodok Techo (Cambodia) : Indochina’s largest capacity sports stadium

This was according to CAMSOC Secretary-General Vath Chamroeun. Chamroeun and other CAMSOC officials visited the construction site. “Except for minor finishing touches, the new...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.221) – Phnom Da (Cambodia) : The only relic of the Khmer empire in Indochina that...

Phnom Da is a cultural, historical site that has been renovated to provide visitors a place to relax or research Cambodian history. The scenery...

Online mooncake classes trend during pandemic

“In 2019, we sold up to around 8,000 mooncakes but the figure sharply dropped this year. At present, I am mainly focusing on opening...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.220) – Long Set Beach (Cambodia): The first beach in Indochina to organize swimming with plankton...

Although this phenomenon is abundant on the islands, the glowing plankton can only be seen in places with very little light pollution. As such,...

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The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.246) – Genetica (Vietnam) : The largest genome sequencing centre in Indochina

Genetica, a genetic engineering company with patented technology from the US, has inked a cooperation deal with the Vietnam National Innovation Centre (NIC) to...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.245) – Vinpearl Aquarium Times City (Vietnam) : The largest aquarium in Indochina

Vinpearl Aquarium is located inside Vincom Mega Mall Times City in Hanoi, and is one of the most modern and beautiful aquariums in the...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.244) – Hoa Phat Group (Vietnam) : The largest steel company by market capitalization in Indochina

Hoa Phat Group is behind some well-known names such as Baoshan Iron & Steel (China), Nucor (USA), Posco (Korea). At the same time, Hoa...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.243) – Wat Damnak Center for Khmer studies library (Cambodia) : The largest pagoda library in...

Wat Damnak Pagoda is a quiet place with a pond, frangipani trees, Buddhist sculptures, quote signs and Khmer-style buildings. A retreat from the hustle...