(VNF) - Football fans of World Cup all over the world are getting psyched as all eyes are set on the host Russia. However, football players are not the only ones getting the attention.
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The first double-decker bus was put into service on May 30th with hop-on and hop-off at 13 stops, running through 25 streets and taking tourists to 30 attractions in the capital city of Hanoi.
A splash of colour was added to the walls of the Tan Tich neighbourhood under the Cao Lanh Project with 60 mural paintings from 30 Australian and Vietnamese artists and students.
The International Day of Yoga (IDY) will be celebrated in Hanoi for the fourth time, starting on June 16th.
The second giant panda born in Malaysia made her first public appearance at the national zoo in Kuala Lumpur on May 26.
Approximately 80 thangka paintings – created with the traditional process, strict handicraft principles combined with rigorously trained talent – will be exhibited at an exhibition on June 2nd-3rd in Hanoi and June 9th-10th in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnamese sweet desserts stand out amongst most other dishes worldwide because of the unique, out-of-the-box ingredients added in preparing them. Those having a sweet tooth along with the desire to explore a variety of delicacies would find extreme delight in trying out the Che, a traditional name for any pudding, dessert soup and beverage in Vietnam, made from kidney beans, mung beans, cassava, taro, tapioca, jelly and much more.
General Pham Tuan, Asia’s first astronaut, sat down with students, inspiring them to reach to the stars.
Working in any field requires sound physical and mental health, while passion is required to work and live to the fullest.
Sri Lankan traditional costumes and fabric were introduced at a fashion event in Hanoi on May 24th.
(VNF) - 18 stalls featuring Singaporean exotic dishes will come to HCM City in "Super Shiok" the upcoming Singapore Food Festival this weekend.
For Thai artist Wattanachot Tungateja, he finds inspiration from something that cannot be seen but is all around us.
Nearly 100 paintings on the theme of ‘hau dong’ (spirit mediumship) are on display at an exhibition that opened in Hanoi on May 21st.
A “Phu My Hung – Towards Children” festival will take place on May 27th at Crescent Lake in Phu My Hung town in Ho Chi Minh City's District 7.
A work of art depicting highlights of the northern province of Quang Ninh, such as Yen Tu, Ha Long Bay and Mong Cai Border Gate, beat more than 500 entries to win the top prize in design contest Vietnam – Where I Live.
(VNF) – As part of the European Literature Days in Vietnam, a variety of fascinating books from Europe were introduced to Vietnam, including Hygge, the Danish Art of Happiness by Marie Tourell Søderberg.