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    Raising environmental awareness in Halong Bay

    by  • 16/12/2012 • front page, Lauren Williamson, radio, reporters, stories, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

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    The number of visitors to Halong Bay is increasing every year and so too is the challenge of neutralising their impact on this beautiful environment. Lauren Williamson speaks with Guilhem Cavaillé, communications and responsible travel manager of tour company Handspan Travel Indochina, about the organisation’s work to raise environmental awareness in the area and help...

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    Vietnam refugees recount harrowing journeys to Australia

    by  • 07/12/2012 • front page, Lucy-Ellen Steadman, radio, stories • 0 Comments

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    With the Asian century looming, Lucy-Ellen Steadman explores Australian attitudes to migrants and stories of Vietnamese refugees Anh and Dr Kien Cao-Xuan. Anh made the one-minute decision to flee Vietnam to America as the war was ending, and Kien escaped with his family by boat some years later to eventually arrive in Australia.  ...

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    Aussie expats are a rare breed in Halong Bay

    by  • 01/12/2012 • front page, Mark Blackman, radio, stories, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

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      Halong Bay is renowned for its stunning scenery and the multitude of junk boats packed with tourists, chugging away between the limestone islands. Jim Feeney and Max Hart are two of the very limited number of Australians working in the Halong Bay area, and detail their experiences to Mark Blackman. Aussies Radio_mixdown Click here...

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    Media thrives even under close regulation

    by  • 29/11/2012 • front page, Harry Clarke, radio, reporters, stories • 0 Comments

    A VTV camera crew in action on the streets on Hanoi.

    VTV – Live Differently In an impromptu interview with “Vietnam Reporter”, Vietnam Television (VTV) producer Nguyen Quynh Anh explains the challenges faced by broadcasters in this country. With few human resources and studio equipment, program developers must adapt and modify purchased shows to suit VTV’s budget, production capacity and audience. There are also limitations...

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    Discussing Vietnamese music with an expert

    by  • 28/11/2012 • Daisy Sowter, front page, radio, reporters, stories • 0 Comments

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    Vu Anh Tuan is a renowned Vietnamese music producer who also actively works to bring international artists to his nation’s shores. Tuan speaks to Vietnam Reporter’s Daisy Sowter about the up-and-coming Vietnamese music scene, how traditional and K-Pop influences come into play, and just what he thinks of pop culture phenomenon, ‘Gangnam Style’. Vu...

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    Vietnamese doctors learn Australian best-practices

    by  • 27/11/2012 • front page, Harry Clarke, radio, reporters, stories • 0 Comments

    Hanoi pediatrician Dr Dang Mai Lien auscultates an infant patient in the respiratory ward of the Vietnam National Hospital of Pediatrics.

    Humanitarian aid organisation Project Vietnam Inc. introduced “Vietnam Reporter” to a young Hanoi doctor working in the overcrowded Vietnam National Hospital of Pediatrics. Dr Dang Mai Lien and her supervisor, Dr Doan Thi Mai Thanh, talk about the challenges faced by Vietnam’s health care system and how new professional communications are aimed to bring...

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