Yen Bai enjoys bumper spring rice crops
- Tuesday, June 8, 2021
YBO - Yen Bai province cultivated close to 19,500 ha of spring rice crops this year, 2.4 percent higher than the plan. Productivity was estimated at 55.53 quintals per ha, up 0.1 quintal per ha from last year’s spring harvest, and total output exceeded 108,271 tonnes, surpassing the plan by 2.64 percent.
Members of Luc Yen district’s youth union help farmers harvest rice.
On the occasion of the Vu Lan Festival in the year of 2556 in Buddhist calendar, a working team gathering representatives from the Yen Bai Party Committee’s Mass Mobilisation Commission, provincial Department of Home Affairs and Department of Public Security visited and presented gifts to the Executive Council of the Yen Bai Buddhist Sangha and leaders of Linh Phong Pagoda in Yen Ninh Ward and Van Tien Pagoda in Van Phu commune of Yen Bai city.
A ceremony to receive a UNESCO certificate recognising the art of Xoe dance of the Thai ethnic minority group as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity and the opening of Muong Lo Culture and Tourism Festival for the discovery of Special National Landmark Mu Cang Chai terraced fields will take place at Nghia Lo township stadium on September 24.
Over the past years, 80 prestigious persons of ethnic minority groups in Tran Yen district have been considered bridges connecting the Party with local people and role models in patriotic emulation movements.
Yen Bai province’s Public Security has coordinated with the provincial Red Cross Society and General Hospital in organising the 2022 blood donation day.