The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) U23 International Championship - Vinaphone Cup 2018 will take place from August 3-7 in Hanoi, announced the VFF on July 19.
The Vietnam paralympians delegation officially wrapped up competition at the ongoing Paralympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, early on the morning of September 18th (Vietnam time).
The fourth Hanoi International Film Festival (HANIFF), which will take place from November 1st – 5th, will feature about 550 films from over 40 countries and territories across the world.
The central city of Da Nang has launched “Impressive Moment”, a video clip-making competition marking the 20th anniversary of its recognition as a central government city.
Four films will be screened to serve the audience at Vietnam National Studio for Documentary-Scientific Films, 465 Hoang Hoa Tham Str., Hanoi.
A quintessential French ballet was presented to Vietnamese audiences at the Hanoi Opera House on September 12th, as a gift by delegates from Toulouse City in France under the framework of their working visit to Hanoi from September 10th – 13th.
The Vietnam Mountain Marathon (VMM) 2016, to be held on September 24th and 25th in Sapa, is expected to attract 1,600 runners, including the British Ambassador, to take on some of the toughest and most beautiful running trails in the world.
The 21st Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) featuring 301 films from 69 countries will open in Busan, the Republic of Korea, from October 6th – 15th.
Free performances by Russian artists in Hanoi’s Old Quarter have entertained people using the pedestrianized streets.
Disabled weightlifter Le Van Cong made history for Vietnam as he crowned the men's 49kg event at the 2016 Rio Paralympics in Brazil at dawn on Friday (Vietnam time).
French television channel France 24 has been permitted by the Ministry of Information and Communications to provide its English broadcast service to pay TV companies in Vietnam.
The 15th Paralympic Games got underway in Rio on September 7th (local time) and the opening ceremony went all out as they officially kicked off the event.
The Indian national TV channel Doordashan has screened a series of Vietnamese movies, for the first time, from September 1st- 4th.
Mr. Vo Trong Nghia is one of six winners of the Prince Claus Award 2016 which honour outstanding achievements in culture and development, and promote opportunities for cultural expression.
Zero Station of HCM City this month launched a new project called In/VISIBLE (AIS) Station that brings together 45 Asian artists and curators in the region.
The newly opened pedestrian areas around Hanoi’s iconic Hoan Kiem Lake are set to thrill visitors with an array of activities starting tomorrow, September 1st.
Oktoberfest, the biggest annual German food and beer festival of the year, returns for its 12th year at Windsor Plaza Hotel in HCM City.