Mekong Delta

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Me′kong Del′ta

the delta of the Mekong River in Vietnam.
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In Vietnam, which has already built out most of its hydropower potential, the priority is to meet a projected tripling in energy demand by 2030 while protecting the economically vital Mekong Delta from the impacts of upstream dams.
Project Description : To Develop Inland container depot (ICD) in the Mekong Delta Region in Vietnam
At approximately 1 am (1800 GMT Monday), residents were woken by sudden violent shaking in their riverside houses in Nha Be district in the Mekong Delta, reported the VN Express news site.
Inspired by the famous Mekong River, a richly bio-diverse river system that flows through five countries from the Tibetan Plateau to the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam, this collection is a fusion of Nina's love for Vietnam and her bold, yet feminine design style.
A total of 1702 individualscollected by deep gill net along the mudflat in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, from March 2013 to February 2014.
The author was a diver in the navy during the Vietnam War, making extensive dives in the Mekong Delta.
A lot has been happening to the Phnom Penh-based Krom, with their unique dark blend of traditional Khmer music mixed into a genre coined the Mekong Delta Blues since they made their first-of-its-kind international debut in a three-night, three-venue tour of Bangkok back in December 2014.
The Mekong Delta, for instance, which is now subsiding at an average rate of 1.
The Khmer Lands of Vietnam, by Philip Taylor, is a beautifully written and meticulously researched ethnography of the Khmer population that lives in the Kampuchea Krom (lower Cambodia) in the Mekong Delta of modern-day Vietnam.
Luke Nguyen's Greater Mekong pairs adventure travel with culinary insights from the greater Mekong area of northern Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, and Vietnam, and explores the author's journey through this region as he floated down the Mekong Delta surveying the river's different regions and the area's diverse cuisines.
Tam's family is forced to relocate from the mountainous forests of Laos to an area outside the Mekong Delta, the first of several events he must adjust to and eventually overcome.
The product of years of ethnographic fieldwork, conducted in over 400 villages across the Mekong Delta and southeastern Vietnam, The Khmer Lands of Vietnam provides a richly illustrated portrait of the Khmer Krom and their environs.