Famous for its sweet lychees, Hai Duong, which is only 56km from Hanoi, has quickly become one of the most developed and highly industrialised provinces in Vietnam. Reflecting its rapid transformation from a rural enclave to a thriving metropolis is its very own TV station, Hai Duong Television.
Quang Ngai Province may be located halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, but it has all the trappings of a rising vibrant city. Thanks to its strategic location in the Dung Quat Economic Zone, Quang Ngai, is the gateway to a thriving economy focused on agricultural, processing, oil refining, maritime and tourism industries.
Hanoi Television is buzzing with excitement – High Definition excitement. Currently, it has 2 TV channels (Hanoi1 and Hanoi2) and 3 Radio channels (FM90Mhz, FM96.5Mhz and JOYFM 98.9Mhz.) Like many broadcasters across Vietnam, HanoiTV, which was established in 1954, is making the move from analogue to High Definition. It aims to convert to HD by 2017 its two free-to-air channels: Hanoi1 and Hanoi2.
Directed by Chan Chi-fat and co-produced by O Sing Pui and Chan Hing-kai, Weeds on Fire narrated the story of Shatin Martins, Hong Kong’s first youth league baseball team, who eventually defeated regional heavyweights and won the Hong Kong Little League Championship in the 1980s.
Since its inception in 1956, the Vietnam National Studio for Documentary Scientific Film has subscribed to one goal: to produce stunning films and videos showcasing the beauty and magnificence of Vietnam as well as the country’s scientific and arts achievements.