One more storm to appear in East Sea Director of the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center Mai Van Khiem said that one more tropical storm following Matmo would tentatively appear in the East Sea from November 6-8 One more tropical storm following Matmo would tentatively appear in the East Sea from November 6-8, reported the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center this morning. As forecast, typhoon Matmo has respectively turned into a tropical depression and low- pressure zone today after it made landfall in the South- Central region last night. According to Director of the National Hydrology Meteorology Forecast Center Mai Van Khiem, the circulation of the tropical depression will continue triggering excessive rainfall of 300- 500 mm, even up to over 500 mm in some places of the Central region. Hanoi earns Creative City title from UNESCO With the latest designation, UNESCO Creative Cities Network is currently comprising of 264 city members. Hanoi of Vietnam is one of 66 cities in the world that have been recognized as “Creative City” by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) late October, on the occasion of World Cities’ Day on October 31. Hanoi chose Design for the nomination because this… Read full this story
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