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The rise of technology media entertainment businesses at APEA 2022

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“We are always striving to bring revolutionary changes in enjoyment and social values to our audience, and the Original & Blockbuster content that DatVietVAC Group Holdings has been creating will not only attract audiences across the country but also the overseas Vietnamese community,” Bao Thai, deputy director of Vie Channel, a member of DatVietVAC, shared during the APEA 2022 awards ceremony.

On October 7, three representative members of DatVietVAC excellently conquered the important categories of the 2022 Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards (APEA 2022).

Accordingly, Dong Tay Promotion and Vie Channel jointly won the Corporate Excellence category in the Media – Entertainment Industry.

Furthermore, VieON Entertainment App claimed the Inspirational Brand category.

It comes as no surprise that DatVietVAC’s members have obtained many impressive achievements at this prestigious APEA 2022 because behind the companies are always the serious investment and powerful support of DatVietVAC Group Holdings.

Vie Channel won the Corporate Excellence category at the 2022 Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards.

Vie Channel won the Corporate Excellence category at the 2022 Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards.

Dong Tay Promotion – Conquering new limits

In 2022, Dong Tay Promotion, Vietnam’s largest TV content producer, promotes its inherent strengths, constantly creating and transforming, while maintaining its unique identity.

It is known that this is the third consecutive year that Dong Tay Promotion has clinched this prestigious award.

Dong Tay Promotion has been continuously airing many attractive TV programs.

The most prominent programs are 2 Days 1 Night Vietnam, Thank God You Are Here, and First and Last, with unique formats, fascinating content, and positive feedback by a large audience. These programs have attracted more than 300 million views on the YouTube platform.

Concurrently, Dong Tay Promotion’s high-quality content provides thousands of broadcast hours on prominent Vietnamese TV channels including VTV3 and HTV7.

Aside from impressing on the small screen, Dong Tay Promotion also has particular success on the digital platform with more than 8.3 million followers on YouTube.

The All-Star Concert of The Masked Singer Vietnam will be held in November 2022.

The All-Star Concert of The Masked Singer Vietnam will be held in November 2022.

Vie Channel – Pioneering, Innovative, and Leading the trends

Belonging to the core Media and Entertainment business of DatVietVAC, Vie Channel is a prominent name in the entertainment media field thanks to the content creativity and agility in creating trends, thereby continuously dominating YouTube Trending Vietnam with many impressive products including The Masked Singer Vietnam, Rap Viet, Who is Single?, The Brain Vietnam, Cay Tao No Hoa, Gao Nep Gao Te, and more.

Currently, Vie Channel is investing in, managing, and operating three of the most popular entertainment TV channels in Vietnam, namely Vie Channel – HTV2, Vie GIAITRI – VTVCab 1, and Vie DRAMAS – VTVCab 19, broadcast on ten TV network platforms and six digital platforms.

It has led the audience market share in the country since 2012.

Most recently, Vie Channel officially became the first TV channel in Vietnam to obtain the YouTube Diamond button with more than 10 million followers. 

Although receiving the Corporate Excellence award in Media & Entertainment for the first time, this is a combined recognition of Vie Channel’s successes in recent years, on the journey of ‘Pioneering – Innovative – Leading the Trend – Changing the Way of Thinking about Media and Entertainment in Vietnam.’

VieON App claimed the Inspirational Brand category at the 2022 Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards.

VieON App claimed the Inspirational Brand category at the 2022 Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards.

VieON – ‘Sowing seeds’ and constantly spreading sustainable values to the community

Launched in 2020, VieON app quickly developed explosively with more than 30 million users when owning a store of high-end and copyrighted content in Vietnam.

VieON gradually contributes to changing the mindset and building the habit of watching online TV with applications on smart devices (phones, tablets, laptops) of the audience.

In parallel with business activities, VieON focuses on maintaining practical sustainability activities that surpass popular brands and won the prize in the Inspirational Brand category this year.

VieON’s success comes from careful investment in technology as well as ‘distilling’ a diverse content store from many countries.

In addition to focusing on investing in high-quality content, reflecting honestly and multi-dimensionally societal matters, VieON also invests resources in exploiting and producing original content (VieON Originals).

One case in point is Giac Mo Cua Me – a family psychological drama that currently attracts the love and acceptance of the audience on the VieON application by building content extremely close to Vietnamese culture.

“In the coming time, VieON will continue to focus on conveying the messages of the beautiful life and the high spiritual and cultural values of the Vietnamese people, constantly striving to bring more useful values to serve the community and society,” a VieON representative emphasized.

Source: https://tuoitrenews.vn/news/business/20221012/the-rise-of-technology-media-entertainment-businesses-at-apea-2022/69528.html

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330,000 visitors bring Hanoi $42.6mn on Tet

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Hanoi earned more than VND1 trillion (US$42.6 million) from 330,000 visitors in five days of the seven-day 2023 Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, according to the city’s tourism department.

The number of visitors, calculated from January 21 to Thursday, is three-fold that of the same period last year.

That included 32,000 international visitors, most of whom came from South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and Canada, and 300,000 domestic tourists.

The Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature – Imperial Academy) in Dong Da District welcomed 80,000 people, while the same number of visitors came to the Huong Pagoda in My Duc District.

The UNESCO-recognized Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Ba Dinh District received 19,680 visitors.

About 18,000 people visited the Co Loa relic site in Dong Anh District.

Duong Lam Village and the Son Tay ancient fortress citadel in Son Tay Town drew some 15,000 visitors, Hanoi Zoo in Ba Dinh District received 17,235 people.

The Hoa Lo Prison relic site in Hoan Kiem District, Hong Van ornamental creature village in Thuong Tin District, Bat Trang pottery village in Gia Lam District, and many temples in the capital city also recorded a sharp increase in visitors.

The city’s total tourism revenue during the five-day period is estimated at VND1 trillion.

The occupancy rate of hotel rooms reaches 40 percent during the same period, according to the Hanoi Department of Tourism, which expects the city to remain a favorite destination for tourists in the coming days, when many attractive festivals begin at famous spiritual tourist attractions.

The 2023 Tet break lasted seven days from January 20 to 26 in Vietnam.

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Hanoi earned more than VND1 trillion (US$42.6 million) from 330,000 visitors in five days of the seven-day 2023 Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, according to the city’s tourism department.

The number of visitors, calculated from January 21 to Thursday, is three-fold that of the same period last year.

That included 32,000 international visitors, most of whom came from South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and Canada, and 300,000 domestic tourists.

The Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature – Imperial Academy) in Dong Da District welcomed 80,000 people, while the same number of visitors came to the Huong Pagoda in My Duc District.

The UNESCO-recognized Thang Long Imperial Citadel in Ba Dinh District received 19,680 visitors.

About 18,000 people visited the Co Loa relic site in Dong Anh District.

Duong Lam Village and the Son Tay ancient fortress citadel in Son Tay Town drew some 15,000 visitors, Hanoi Zoo in Ba Dinh District received 17,235 people.

The Hoa Lo Prison relic site in Hoan Kiem District, Hong Van ornamental creature village in Thuong Tin District, Bat Trang pottery village in Gia Lam District, and many temples in the capital city also recorded a sharp increase in visitors.

The city’s total tourism revenue during the five-day period is estimated at VND1 trillion.

The occupancy rate of hotel rooms reaches 40 percent during the same period, according to the Hanoi Department of Tourism, which expects the city to remain a favorite destination for tourists in the coming days, when many attractive festivals begin at famous spiritual tourist attractions.

The 2023 Tet break lasted seven days from January 20 to 26 in Vietnam.

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Source: https://tuoitrenews.vn/news/business/20230127/330000-visitors-bring-hanoi-426mn-on-tet/71147.html

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Vietnamese firms secure orders to export durians to China during Tet

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Many Vietnamese enterprises have won orders to ship durians to China during this Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday after the first 100-metric-ton Vietnamese durian batch was exported to the northern neighbor via official channels in September last year.

A durian purchasing company in Binh Phuoc Province, southern Vietnam, informed that it had secured an order to export 500,000 metric tons of durians to China.

Although farms in the province fail to supply the sufficient volume, the company will collect durians from other eligible farms.

Meanwhile, Van Xuan Phat Import-Export Co. Ltd. based in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday said that the company would monthly export 1,000 metric tons of durians.

Huynh Van Dung, a trader in Hanoi, said China has a plan to buy one million Vietnamese durians, which are preferred and quickly consumed in the most populous country in the world.

According to Nguyen Dinh Tung, general director of Vina T&T Group, which specializes in exporting fruits and is among the 25 Vietnamese enterprises being issued with a packaging unit code, Vina T&T and Hong Kong’s Sunwah Group had inked a contract to export Vietnamese durians to Hong Kong.

Vietnam expects to ship 90,000 metric tons, or some 4,500 containers, of fresh durians abroad this year.

Dang Phuc Nguyen, general secretary of the Vietnam Fruit and Vegetable Association, said that although Vietnam has just exported durians to China through official channels since September 2022, the country has generated some US$350 million from durian exports.

Therefore, Nguyen forecast that durians will help earn over $1 billion in export revenue in 2023.

“Durian growing areas issued with codes are entitled to higher export prices. Durians were priced at VND80,000-100,000 [$3.4-4.3] per kilogram in the Mekong Delta ahead of Tet.

“To buy durians from these areas, enterprises must put down deposits,” Nguyen added.

China imported 821,600 metric tons of fresh durians worth over $4.2 billion in 2021, surging 42.7 and 82.4 percent, respectively, year on year.

It is the largest buyer of durians in the world. Thailand is currently the largest supplier of durians to China, accounting for a 40 percent market share.

Local experts forecast that the country’s durian exports will depend on China in the future.

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Many Vietnamese enterprises have won orders to ship durians to China during this Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday after the first 100-metric-ton Vietnamese durian batch was exported to the northern neighbor via official channels in September last year.

A durian purchasing company in Binh Phuoc Province, southern Vietnam, informed that it had secured an order to export 500,000 metric tons of durians to China.

Although farms in the province fail to supply the sufficient volume, the company will collect durians from other eligible farms.

Meanwhile, Van Xuan Phat Import-Export Co. Ltd. based in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday said that the company would monthly export 1,000 metric tons of durians.

Huynh Van Dung, a trader in Hanoi, said China has a plan to buy one million Vietnamese durians, which are preferred and quickly consumed in the most populous country in the world.

According to Nguyen Dinh Tung, general director of Vina T&T Group, which specializes in exporting fruits and is among the 25 Vietnamese enterprises being issued with a packaging unit code, Vina T&T and Hong Kong’s Sunwah Group had inked a contract to export Vietnamese durians to Hong Kong.

Vietnam expects to ship 90,000 metric tons, or some 4,500 containers, of fresh durians abroad this year.

Dang Phuc Nguyen, general secretary of the Vietnam Fruit and Vegetable Association, said that although Vietnam has just exported durians to China through official channels since September 2022, the country has generated some US$350 million from durian exports.

Therefore, Nguyen forecast that durians will help earn over $1 billion in export revenue in 2023.

“Durian growing areas issued with codes are entitled to higher export prices. Durians were priced at VND80,000-100,000 [$3.4-4.3] per kilogram in the Mekong Delta ahead of Tet.

“To buy durians from these areas, enterprises must put down deposits,” Nguyen added.

China imported 821,600 metric tons of fresh durians worth over $4.2 billion in 2021, surging 42.7 and 82.4 percent, respectively, year on year.

It is the largest buyer of durians in the world. Thailand is currently the largest supplier of durians to China, accounting for a 40 percent market share.

Local experts forecast that the country’s durian exports will depend on China in the future.

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Source: https://tuoitrenews.vn/news/business/20230126/vietnamese-firms-secure-orders-to-export-durians-to-china-during-tet/71137.html

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Int’l tourists to Vietnam’s Phu Quoc during Tet surge

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Phu Quoc Island off Kien Giang Province, southern Vietnam, welcomed some 70,000 tourist arrivals between January 20 and 24, or the 29th day of the 12th month of the last lunar year and the third day of this lunar year, including 4,400 international visitors, surging 64 percent year on year, according to the provincial Department of Tourism.

The city earned VND30.9 billion (US$1.3 million) in tourism revenue in the period.

Meanwhile, the entire Kien Giang Province served 134,160 tourist arrivals, with 4,800 of them being foreigners, soaring 75.9 percent over the same period last year.

On Wednesday, flights, ferries and high-speed vessels from Rach Gia and Ha Tien Cities to Phu Quoc were operated as normal.

Due to the high number of tourists to the island city, the occupancy rate of lodging facilities in the city reached some 85 percent on average.

Huynh Quang Hung, chairman of the People’s Committee of Phu Quoc City, said the city has advantages of beautiful beaches and the favorable climate.

The number of international visitors to Phu Quoc was forecast to surge this year if some air routes connecting the city with China and Russia are reopened.

“Tourists have come to Phu Quoc in droves this Tet. Lodging facilities in the city have reported an occupancy rate of 80, even 90 percent.

“Tourism service providers in Phu Quoc have launched promotion programs to attract tourists.

“In 2023, Hon (Kiss) Bridge in An Thoi Ward will be introduced to attract more local and foreign guests to Phu Quoc,” Hung added.

Earlier, Kien Giang Province expected to welcome more than 400 domestic and international flights to Phu Quoc and Rach Gia cities and over 230 ferry and vessel services to islands off the province during eight-day Lunar New Year holiday, from the 29th day of the 12th month of the last lunar year to the sixth day of this lunar year.

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Phu Quoc Island off Kien Giang Province, southern Vietnam, welcomed some 70,000 tourist arrivals between January 20 and 24, or the 29th day of the 12th month of the last lunar year and the third day of this lunar year, including 4,400 international visitors, surging 64 percent year on year, according to the provincial Department of Tourism.

The city earned VND30.9 billion (US$1.3 million) in tourism revenue in the period.

Meanwhile, the entire Kien Giang Province served 134,160 tourist arrivals, with 4,800 of them being foreigners, soaring 75.9 percent over the same period last year.

On Wednesday, flights, ferries and high-speed vessels from Rach Gia and Ha Tien Cities to Phu Quoc were operated as normal.

Due to the high number of tourists to the island city, the occupancy rate of lodging facilities in the city reached some 85 percent on average.

Huynh Quang Hung, chairman of the People’s Committee of Phu Quoc City, said the city has advantages of beautiful beaches and the favorable climate.

The number of international visitors to Phu Quoc was forecast to surge this year if some air routes connecting the city with China and Russia are reopened.

“Tourists have come to Phu Quoc in droves this Tet. Lodging facilities in the city have reported an occupancy rate of 80, even 90 percent.

“Tourism service providers in Phu Quoc have launched promotion programs to attract tourists.

“In 2023, Hon (Kiss) Bridge in An Thoi Ward will be introduced to attract more local and foreign guests to Phu Quoc,” Hung added.

Earlier, Kien Giang Province expected to welcome more than 400 domestic and international flights to Phu Quoc and Rach Gia cities and over 230 ferry and vessel services to islands off the province during eight-day Lunar New Year holiday, from the 29th day of the 12th month of the last lunar year to the sixth day of this lunar year.

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Source: https://tuoitrenews.vn/news/business/20230126/intl-tourists-to-vietnams-phu-quoc-during-tet-surge/71124.html

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